Question Power question for Nvidia Geforce GTX 750 Ti

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Hi guys

I have a doubt regarding the power that the Nvidia Geforce GTX 750 Ti needs.

I got one Nvidia GTX 750 Ti for free and I wanted to mount it on my PC but I'm not sure if my power supply can handle this GPU.

My power supply is a MAXPOWER 650W/350W Model no. FATX650MP



My build is

Asus PRIME Q370M-C (LGA1151)
Intel Core i7-9700 CPU @ 3.00GHz
RAM 16 GB

Can I put the GTX 750 Ti on the PC without a problem it will work or need another power supply?

Thanks the experts who can help me :)
 
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Thanks for help guys

Yea I think go try out if works with this power supply, but yea I will buy at some point a new one a better one.
 
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According to nvidia specs, the GTX750ti only draws 60w.
If your card is a factory overclocked version needing aux 6 pin power, that might be different.
Go ahead and use it without worries.

But, as others have indicated, your psu may not be a high quality unit.
Plan on investing in a top quality unit that will serve you for many future upgrades.
 
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The card doesn't need aux 6 pin power, is just attached to the board.

I don’t know anymore. lol
I’ve read a lot of things some say not a problem others say definitely no.

I don't want to compromise any of the other components, the pc is relatively new.
 

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The card doesn't need aux 6 pin power, is just attached to the board.

I don’t know anymore. lol
I’ve read a lot of things some say not a problem others say definitely no.

I don't want to compromise any of the other components, the pc is relatively new.
Some versions of 750 Ti do need a 6-pin connector. The connector on those is on the end of the card rather than on the top, unlike most other video cards with external power.
 

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