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I have a 90 watt PSU HP computer with Intel i3 8 GB of RAM. Will a ASUS Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti work with it when it says it

I have a 90 watt PSU HP computer with Intel i3 8 GB of RAM. Will a ASUS Nvidia GeForce GTX 650 Ti work with it when it says it requires 400 watts PSU
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  1. Not on the 90watt PSU!
  2. 90W is not enough to run anything but the lowest low-power discrete GPUs. The GTX650 alone requires more than 100W peak so there wouldn't be any spare power to run the rest of your PC which will require another 50+W. Optimistically, you would need at least a 200W PSU.
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    NO! That is WAY too small How are you even running the current setup without the video card on that PSU?

    This is the PSU I have: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182200

    630w for $60.

    Leaves you with some headroom for upgrading in the future.
  4. My PC currently has a Intel HD graphics 2000
  5. How do you exactly find the Wattage
  6. Thermal and Power Specs:
    105 CMaximum GPU Temperature (in C)
    110 WMaximum Graphics Card Power (W)
    400 WMinimum System Power Requirement (W)4
    One 6-pinSupplementary Power Connectors


    WHich one is minimum watts
  7. you have to tell us the model of the pc, or take it apart and read the label on the power supply.
    But I can tell you it isnt 90 watts.
  8. Ok i will do that this weekend
  9. shadow32 said:
    NO! That is WAY too small How are you even running the current setup without the video card on that PSU?

    Most GPU-less Intel-based PCs these days use less than 100W under full-load so 90W is quite possible. However, I do not think anybody makes 90W PSUs in standard ATX form factor so if OP really has a 90W PSU, his PC most likely has some form of compact ATX PSU variant.
  10. InvalidError said:
    shadow32 said:
    NO! That is WAY too small How are you even running the current setup without the video card on that PSU?

    Most GPU-less Intel-based PCs these days use less than 100W under full-load so 90W is quite possible. However, I do not think anybody makes 90W PSUs in standard ATX form factor so if OP really has a 90W PSU, his PC most likely has some form of compact ATX PSU variant.


    Most likely a small form factor PC and I was surprised to see this solved before that was cleared up, may not even support the 650Ti!
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