Question Can an asus p8h67-m evo power a gtx 1050 Ti with no external power ?

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The Evga N series is Very old, group regulated, non-80+ with only the barest protections to enable it to pass ATX standards and be called a pc psu. In reality it's about as bad as it gets, not really even worthy of being an office pc psu replacement.

Can you use it, will it power that card, Yes it will. But thats not the right question. The right question is for how long it will power that card before it either blows up or causes catastrophic hardware failures due to excessive dirty power.

Pc's are not cheap to replace, and having to toss your baby in the trash because you have the cheapest possible POS psu and it burned out your cpu or motherboard or gpu....
 
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The Evga N series is Very old, group regulated, non-80+ with only the barest protections to enable it to pass ATX standards and be called a pc psu. In reality it's about as bad as it gets, not really even worthy of being an office pc psu replacement.

Can you use it, will it power that card, Yes it will. But thats not the right question. The right question is for how long it will power that card before it either blows up or causes catastrophic hardware failures due to excessive dirty power.

Pc's are not cheap to replace, and having to toss your baby in the trash because you have the cheapest possible POS psu and it burned out your cpu or motherboard or gpu....
can you recommend one that will power a 1050 ti?
 

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