Does my PC support GTX 1050 Ti?

kaustubh_wankhade

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I'm thinking about to buy GTX 1050 Ti Graphics Card.
Does it support Acer H61H2-AM V(1.1) motherboard?
It has 1* PCI Exp x16 (2.0)

My PC Specs:
Motherboard: Acer H61H2-AM V(1.1)
CPU: Intel Pentium 2 Core G630
RAM: 8GB DDR3 1333
Display: Acer V203H. It has only VGA input port.
PSU: DPS-250AB-63 A; O/p = 250W Max; Delta Electronics.
 

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Hopefully someone can give you better advice on what PSU to get. It really depends on what is available to you (Like which companies have what stock in your country). Also, set yourself a budget and also consider whether you may use that PSU for future computers, if you would. Then get something that is quite good so that it will last for many years to come. For the build you currently have though, anything from any decent Manufacturer like Corsair, EVGA & Seasonic will be better than what you currently have.
 

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I would say yes, but I would need to know what the spec of your PSU is. You can get adaptors to suit your VGA screen by the way (There's often a VGA adaptor with Graphics cards in the box).
 

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PSU : DPS-250AB-63 A; O/p = 250W Max
 

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From an average calculation, your setup with a 1050 Ti would consume around 260W, which is beyond the limit of the PSU. You would need to upgrade the PSU.
 

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Any suggestion, Which is best PSU as per my configuration and fulfill requirement? at low price.
 

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Hopefully someone can give you better advice on what PSU to get. It really depends on what is available to you (Like which companies have what stock in your country). Also, set yourself a budget and also consider whether you may use that PSU for future computers, if you would. Then get something that is quite good so that it will last for many years to come. For the build you currently have though, anything from any decent Manufacturer like Corsair, EVGA & Seasonic will be better than what you currently have.
 

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