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No PCI-E port on my graphics card

Hey guys,So I'm building my first computer, but got stuck. My power supply came with a PCI-E cable that, from what I've found online, should plug into my graphics card somewhere. I am using the GTX 750 Ti, and there doesn't seem to be a port for PCI-E. Does this mean my graphics card and power supply aren't compatible? Thanks!
-Mason
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    Most models of the 750ti DON'T REQUIRE POWER FROM THE PSU your all set.
    Reply to SR-71 Blackbird
  2. The GTX 750 ti doesn't need any additional power then what's provided by the PCI-e slot. The PCI-e cable(s) on your power supply are for more powerful GPUs. You should be fine.
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  3. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    Most models of the 750ti DON'T REQUIRE POWER FROM THE PSU your all set.

    Cool, thanks :D
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  4. Your very welcome thanks for posting!
    Reply to SR-71 Blackbird
  5. I need to ask; is the voltage inherent in the pcie slot or will i need to direct the power to it somehow? thanks
    Reply to ss_56
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