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Top Student
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Member Since: ‎10-01-2016
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pcie x16 power slot

im using the hp g1 280 mT

 

it has a power supply of 180w. My question is what is the power draw from the graphics card slot

 

and if it is a pcie2.0 or pcie 3.0.

 

im asking this because i have  a 1050ti and it uses only 75watts and nothing more to be more specific it uses 74.5w max

 

i havent yet put it in. im just wondering if it will work with my  pc.

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Distinguished Professor
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Member Since: ‎10-26-2016
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Re: pcie x16 power slot

Hello

 

Good source for answer is what graphics card maker says minimum power supply is good for display.

 

The Grzy

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Top Student
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Re: pcie x16 power slot

Nvidia says the 1050ti can be powered by the supply from the pcie slot. it uses less than 75w of power

Distinguished Professor
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Re: pcie x16 power slot

Hello

 

I see power supply of 300 watt recommend for 1050Ti.

 

Take chance but it possible not work.

 

Grzy

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