I am trying to upgrade my dell precision t3610 with an NVIDIA gtx 1080ti. I got a power supply of 685 watts from dell, but the problem is the proprietary power supply (it is a hot swap that feeds power to a little board which has two 8 pin female connectors and one 24 pin female connectors) doesn’t have enough connectors. NVIDIA gtx 1080ti needs one 8 pin connector and one 6 pin connector. The 24 pin connector and one 8 pin connectors are connected to the motherboard and the other 8 pin connector is free. I could connect this available 8 pin connector to the graphics card but I still have to connect the remaining 6 pin connector on the card. Do you know if there is any work around this ? I also bought a 650 W power supply from corsair but Dell makes it really hard to replace their proprietary power supply with something else.