compatibility of rx 560 with my psu

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I've seen that the MSI 4GB AERO ITX 560 doesn't have a 6 pin. I'm wondering if that card would work with this computer https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01617UJFQ?tag=tomshardware_forum_vgl-20. This computer has a 240w psu but the Zotac 1050ti has been tested and worked and that card has a tdp of 75w. This card has a tdp of 60w according the MSI's website. Could someone back this up?
 

Barty1884

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"Tested" for 5 mins? Or long-term?

The GT730 it ships with is a 25W TDP, so you'd be adding a +35W TDP load over & above it's stock config.

The PSUs provided in systems like that are typically fit for stock configurations, and not much else BUT, given a 65W TDP CPU + new ~60W TDP GPU.... maybe 50W absolute max for the balance of components = 175W.

Assuming that's a continuous 240W and not "peak", then it would probably be fine.

Do you have the model number of the PSU?

 
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Unfortunately, I don't have the model #. All I know is that the psu is 240w and it is proprietary. The GTX 1050ti seems to be

working for people long-term and it also seems like someone got a SF600 to fit into the system. The 1050ti and RX 460

both worked in the system long-term and their tdp is higher than the rx 560's.. so I'm guessing it should work? Although,

some sites are saying that the aero itx rx 560 runs over 75w, even though the mobo can give 75w max.. right?
 

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