Evga 7800gt for dell gx280 Tags: Graphics Cards EVGA Dell Graphics Last response: August 26, 2010 3:51 AM in Graphics & Displays Share ILL3000gt August 1, 2010 3:07:43 AM Hello, I plugged up my evga geforce 7800gt card to my dell computer and id does not cut on. The power light just blinks orange. When i left the 6 pin pci express cable unplugged it turns on and runs fine, did i do something wrong? More about : evga 7800gt dell gx280 ILL3000gt August 1, 2010 3:28:47 AM I let it sit for about 30min, still nothing, no noises or anything. The same orange blinking power light that shows when the computer goes in stand by mode. I would greatly appreciate any help guys m 0 l trroud August 26, 2010 3:51:21 AM I think your power supply doesn't supports the video card. Get a 500watt power supply or a different video card. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedDell Opti. GX280 Won't boot to Windows with Addon GPU Forum SolvedDell Optiplex GX280 video card/RAM Forum SolvedUpgrade Dell GX280 cpu Forum Solvedmount the motherboard Dell optiplex GX620 in a GX280 Forum SolvedDell GX280 Good Graphics Card? Forum SolvedDell gx280 ram Forum SolvedWhat Is The Best CPU A Dell GX280 Can Run? Forum GT 720 in an old dell GX280? Forum SolvedDell Optiplex GX280 Forum SolvedDell Optiplex gx280 graphic card upgrade questions Forum Solveddell optiplex gx280 cpu upgrade Forum SolvedLooking for help On DELL OPTIPLEX GX280 BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH WHEN INSTALLING WINDOWS XP Forum SolvedPower Supply for Dell Optiplex Gx280 SDT Forum SolvedDell Optiplex GX280 Power Supply Forum SolvedRAM Upgrade for Dell Optiplex GX280 Forum SolvedRAM upgrade dell optiplex gx280 Forum computer dell optiplex gx280 won't recognize external hard drive after win 7 update Forum SolvedDell gx280 Forum dell optiplex gx280 cant access Forum SolvedPower supply for Dell Optiplex GX280 SD. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !