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Will this GPU work in my computer

I have a dell Studio XPS 8100 and was wondering if the r9 270 card would fit in it, also what would be a good and under 30£ PSU to go with this card, as I don't think my current PSU would handle the 270.
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  1. whitecat said:


    are you sure a 450 watt psu will be powerful enough
  2. Kaptink said:
    are you sure that 450 watts is enough?


    within the budget , and this
    http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page362.htm
  3. whitecat said:
    Kaptink said:
    are you sure that 450 watts is enough?


    within the budget , and this
    http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page362.htm


    should i just extend my budget so I can get a 600W
  4. Kaptink said:
    whitecat said:
    Kaptink said:
    are you sure that 450 watts is enough?


    within the budget , and this
    http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page362.htm


    should i just extend my budget so I can get a 600W


    For me R9 270 is an awesome video card , Since it runs on 450W , it is not necessary to get greater psu .But if you wish
  5. whitecat said:
    Kaptink said:
    whitecat said:
    Kaptink said:
    are you sure that 450 watts is enough?


    within the budget , and this
    http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page362.htm


    should i just extend my budget so I can get a 600W


    For me R9 270 is an awesome video card , Since it runs on 450W , it is not necessary to get greater psu .But if you wish


    If I get a 450W won't all the power just go to the GPU and mean that nothing else will have power. Sorry about all these questions, I'm new to PCs.
  6. Best answer
    Kaptink said:
    whitecat said:
    Kaptink said:
    whitecat said:
    Kaptink said:
    are you sure that 450 watts is enough?


    within the budget , and this
    http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page362.htm


    should i just extend my budget so I can get a 600W


    For me R9 270 is an awesome video card , Since it runs on 450W , it is not necessary to get greater psu .But if you wish


    If I get a 450W won't all the power just go to the GPU and mean that nothing else will have power. Sorry about all these questions, I'm new to PCs.


    R9 270 consumes up to 150W ,like MSI .So there would be 300W for the rest parts .
  7. whitecat said:
    Kaptink said:
    whitecat said:
    Kaptink said:
    whitecat said:
    Kaptink said:
    are you sure that 450 watts is enough?


    within the budget , and this
    http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page362.htm


    should i just extend my budget so I can get a 600W


    For me R9 270 is an awesome video card , Since it runs on 450W , it is not necessary to get greater psu .But if you wish


    If I get a 450W won't all the power just go to the GPU and mean that nothing else will have power. Sorry about all these questions, I'm new to PCs.


    R9 270 consumes up to 150W ,like MSI .So there would be 300W for the rest parts .


    And that would be enough?
  8. Kaptink said:
    whitecat said:
    Kaptink said:
    whitecat said:
    Kaptink said:
    whitecat said:
    Kaptink said:
    are you sure that 450 watts is enough?


    within the budget , and this
    http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page362.htm


    should i just extend my budget so I can get a 600W


    For me R9 270 is an awesome video card , Since it runs on 450W , it is not necessary to get greater psu .But if you wish


    If I get a 450W won't all the power just go to the GPU and mean that nothing else will have power. Sorry about all these questions, I'm new to PCs.


    R9 270 consumes up to 150W ,like MSI .So there would be 300W for the rest parts .


    And that would be enough?


    Look at this
    http://pcpartpicker.com/part/ocz-power-supply-ocz500mxsp
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