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Installing an Asus GTX 750 2gb

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Really hope someone can help. I have bought an Asus GTX 750 2gb Graphics card for my HP Pavillion to upgrade from the GT 705 and need to know what extras I will need such a new PSU. I am not looking to run the newest / most demanding games (Cities Skylines, IL2) but want to improve the performance. I am new to this so any help is appriciated.

 

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What is the complete Model and brand of the Asus GTX 750 2gb video card?

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Hi, it is an ASUS GeForce GTX 750 TI (2048 MB) (GTX750TI-OC-2GD5)
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The card has a PC  system requirement  of a minimum 300 W PSU/

http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-750-ti/specifications

 

I will check the specs on your PC's PSU and edit this shortly.

 

If your PC has a connector at the rear of the PC where it connects to the PSU, then it can be upgraded with an ATX PSU. Otherwise, the PSU  cannot be easily upgraded.

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