Question GTX 1050 Ti 4gb in a Lenovo M910T ?

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You can't change the PSU to an aftermarket off the shelf unit since the motherboard has proprietary power inputs on it. Also, what PSU does the unit come with? As for the GPU, you should be able to drop in a full height GTX1050Ti GPU, provided the PSU is brand new, i.e, it's at 400W output.
 
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You can't change the PSU to an aftermarket off the shelf unit since the motherboard has proprietary power inputs on it. Also, what PSU does the unit come with? As for the GPU, you should be able to drop in a full height GTX1050Ti GPU, provided the PSU is brand new, i.e, it's at 400W output.
It either has this 250W one
https://www.ebay.com/itm/Lenovo-FRU-00PC736-250W-Internal-Power-Supply-for-M910t-P320-/402335155186
Or this 400W one
https://www.sparepartworld.com/lenovo/desktop/thinkcentre-serie/m/thinkcentre-m910t-10mm-10mn-10n9-10ql-serie/internal-power-supplies-58810994
If it has the 250W one I'll just upgrade it to the 400W one.
And thank you, now I at least know the GTX 1050 Ti can fit inside.
 

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Some companies didn't include an external power connector on their 1050 Ti cards. I have one from Zotac that doesn't have one, but also has a healthy factory overclock. I think it's probably close to the limit of how much a card without an external power connector can be run, as every 1050Ti that I have seen that runs faster (and there aren't many) has one. Even some with the stock clocks have the connector, while others don't.
 

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