What graphics card should I get

May 9, 2018
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So I want to upgrade my PC and I can't buy a new graphics card i have to buy it used so I have a few options, I wanted to get a GTX 1050 and the only good offer is a GALAX GTX 1050 but I never heard about this brand so should i trust it if I shouldn't get it should I get the EVGA GTX 670 for way cheaper because it's similar to the GTX 1050 but I don't know if my power supply can provide enough power for this graphics card here is a picture of my power supply (https://imgur.com/a/fqaducJ) can it provide enough power for it I kind of want to get the GTX 670 because the seller is closer to me and it's way cheaper,
so should I get the weird GALAX GTX 1050 or should I get the GTX 670 if my power supply provides enough power to it?
also a quick question, does the evga GTX 670 Require a 6 pin connector?
 

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galax is a good manufacturer,here in my country that brand really favourite because it is not really expensive
u can go get that GPU,but about the PSU i suggest u buy newer one even gtx 1050 only draw power 75w but really buy better PSU is kind of investation for me,u wont buy new PSU till maybe 10 years
 
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thank you for replying, you are right the GALAX's graphics cards are cheap,so are you saying that my power supply can barely provide enough power for the GTX 1050 or it is enough for the graphics card
 
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The Galax 1050would work great, however it would be best to not use it until you can get a better PSU, preferably at least bronze-certified. I'm glad to answer any more questions if you like.
 
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The problem is I can't get a new PSU because the money I have is enough for the GTX 1050, but I have another PSU but I think it is also bad, here is a picture of it https://imgur.com/a/1saUB64
 

hang-the-9

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You don't need another power supply, the Dell one is 10 times better than the Sky Road. I would throw that out so you don't use it by accident. That is labeled as a 750W but both 12v rails add up to about 400 watts, which make it about a 450 watt unit.
 

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