06-10-2018 03:34 PM
Hello everyone.So I'm about to buy a new GPU for my desktop which is The GeForce Gtx 1050TI and I was wondering if my components are compatible with it,I'm also going to get a new PSU, which is the Corsair VS350 350W 80 Plus is it enough or do I need to get the 550W one?My components are the following:
Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
Cpu: Intel Core i7 6700 @ 3.40GHz
Ram: 8,00GB Single-Channel
Motherboard: HP 2B47
Graphics: 4095MB NVIDIA GeForce GT 730 (MSI)
PSU: HP D14-180P1A(Which I'm going to replace with the one above, if it's enough)
If the 1050TI is not compatible, will the 1050(non TI) be?
Thank you in advance.
06-10-2018 05:31 PM
@AzgedaPrince, welcome to the forum.
The GTX 1050 Ti will definitely work with your motherboard. The specs on the card state that it requires a minimum of 300W to operate properly, but I highly recommend at least 500W. This will give you additional power for peak needs. I suggest you measure the area where the PSU will be installed to assure that there is sufficient space. I like Corsair products.
You could consider a modular PSU. This allows you to use only the cables that are necessary making for better airflow.
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