Question GTX1050 ti in Lenovo SFF? with upgraded Seasonic SS-350TGM (TFX power supply) Will it run?

Sep 30, 2019
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Machine is
  • i5 6600
  • 8gb DDR4
  • 240gb SSD
  • I have removed original PSU (210 watt) and replaced it with Seasonic SS-350TGM 350 watt GOLD power supply. Got a 10 pin power adapter (24 pin to 10 pin) for the mainboard...
I was planning on putting in a GTX1050 ti which runs off PCI-E power. Mainboard is a IQ1XOMS with 10 pin connector. Bios has PCI-E options Gen1, Gen2, Gen3 for PCI-E

Will it run a low profile gigabyte GTX1050 ti?... Will the mainboard allow enough power through the PCI-E slot ? I think maybe 55 watts or so to run the 1050ti.
 

cin19

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Will it run a low profile gigabyte GTX1050 ti?... Will the mainboard allow enough power through the PCI-E slot ?
  1. The SS-350TGM will provide the power for the gtx1050ti.
  2. Keep in mind, the GPU is the dual-slot GPU, I don't if will fit or not, if it is the single slot, it will fit.
  3. Check the linker for info about adding the non-OEM GPU. https://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3156/~/when-installing-an-after-market-graphics-card-into-a-certified-windows-8-pc You may try other non-OEM GPU to see it will work or not first, before you will buy the gtx1050ti.
 
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  1. The SS-350TGM will provide the power for the gtx1050ti.
  2. Keep in mind, the GPU is the dual-slot GPU, I don't if will fit or not, if it is the single slot, it will fit.
  3. Check the linker for info about adding the non-OEM GPU. https://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3156/~/when-installing-an-after-market-graphics-card-into-a-certified-windows-8-pc You may try other non-OEM GPU to see it will work or not first, before you will buy the gtx1050ti.
Appreciate your reply. It posts with my 1050, so it seems to just be this card. Just wanted to ad that this card failed directly after running FurMark, so I presume it cooked it.
 
Sep 30, 2019
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  1. The SS-350TGM will provide the power for the gtx1050ti.
  2. Keep in mind, the GPU is the dual-slot GPU, I don't if will fit or not, if it is the single slot, it will fit.
  3. Check the linker for info about adding the non-OEM GPU. https://nvidia.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3156/~/when-installing-an-after-market-graphics-card-into-a-certified-windows-8-pc You may try other non-OEM GPU to see it will work or not first, before you will buy the gtx1050ti.
Will the PCI-e Slot limit wattage to 30 watts? I know some of the propriatry boards have that limit. A GTX1050 I want to use is about 55-70 watt I think..... My new power supply can handle it, but WILL the PCI-E slot allow that wattage? Thankx in advance. Last thing I want to do is under power my graphics card.
 

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