Question Will the GTX 660 or GT 1030 work ?

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Hello!
my specs:
i3 - 6100 skylake 3.7 GHz
GT 730
8 gb ram
230 watt
I was asking for someone’s that can help me, can someone say me if the GT 1030 ow GTX 660 can work with a 230 w Power Supply ??
 
Hello!
my specs:
i3 - 6100 skylake 3.7 GHz
GT 730
8 gb ram
230 watt
I was asking for someone’s that can help me, can someone say me if the GT 1030 ow GTX 660 can work with a 230 w Power Supply ??

The GT 1030 will be fine.

The GTX 660 requires a 6-pin connector AND has a TDP of 140W. There is absolutely NO WAY you can use that on a PC with a 230W power supply.
 
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GTX 750 = 55 W.
The answer to that is: maybe. We'd need to see the full specs of the PSU - if you can post an image somewhere and link to it here of the power distribution specs label of your PSU, we might be able to answer it.

I have a Dell Inspiron 3647 small desktop. It has a 220W PSU, but offers 18A on the 12V rail, thus 216W on the 12V rail. So almost all the available power was offered on the 12V rail.

I ran that with a Haswell Pentium (54W CPU) and a Radeon R7 250E (55W) GPU. Never had a problem.

But, we'd need to see the label on yours.
 

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