Can't figure out the power of my PSU

I have an Alienware computer and i'm looking to upgrade my graphics card but not sure if my PSU could handle it. I opened up my computer and there isn't a sticker on the PSU. Any other way to figure it out?
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  1. I believe an alienware case is made to prevent upgrades. It would be better to change the case beforehand
  2. Dangerousret said:
    I have an Alienware computer and i'm looking to upgrade my graphics card but not sure if my PSU could handle it. I opened up my computer and there isn't a sticker on the PSU. Any other way to figure it out?


    First of all check how many (6pin or 6+2pin pcie) power cables your psu provides. this way we can have a picture of its potentiaL. you should know at least the wattage. check any manual or the web page if it provides any numbers!and give us your full specs!
  3. depends what model it is i know the newer aurora r4s come with 875w
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