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Does my graphics card use my power supply?

I have the EVGA Geforce GTX 750ti superclocked edition. It is the one with one fan. There is no place to plug in the PCI-E cord that comes out of my power supply. Can I just connect the graphics card into the motherboard, screw it in, and then it's fine?
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  1. Yep. The PCIE has a power output of 75W, and the gtx 750ti is only 55W so it's more than fine without a PSU plug.
  2. Some GTX750TIs use a 6 pin connector, but most don't, they just take power from the motherboard. Link your exact card.
  3. bccorrupt said:
    Some GTX750TIs use a 6 pin connector, but most don't, they just take power from the motherboard. Link your exact card.


    Here is my exact card, and this is the exact page I bought it off of.

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00IDG3IDO
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    Bradical said:
    bccorrupt said:
    Some GTX750TIs use a 6 pin connector, but most don't, they just take power from the motherboard. Link your exact card.


    Here is my exact card, and this is the exact page I bought it off of.

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00IDG3IDO


    No power connector on that one.
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