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    Quote Originally Posted by visioN View Post
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    thanks that's why I double checked it. I might go and cry for a bit

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    New graphics card recommendations

    Quote Originally Posted by IT_Ninja View Post
    thanks that's why I double checked it. I might go and cry for a bit
    If you had enough money you could get a thunderbolt II ex asus card, a thunderbolt II enclosure plus psu and a gpu and do it that way but that would cost a bit !!!

    Something like so

    http://youtu.be/kZZdwkICE3M
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    There are ways of upgrading your PSU if you can't replace the Dell one. You can piggy-back a second PSU onto the green switching wire from the first PSU using a relay or similar. That way, you'll get a nice dedicated PSU for your graphics card (bit of a bodge, but will work)!

    Got any ATX PSUs kicking about you can test fit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3s-gtech View Post
    There are ways of upgrading your PSU if you can't replace the Dell one. You can piggy-back a second PSU onto the green switching wire from the first PSU using a relay or similar. That way, you'll get a nice dedicated PSU for your graphics card (bit of a bodge, but will work)!

    Got any ATX PSUs kicking about you can test fit?
    Bit of you tubeing and found this


    http://youtu.be/zLWv90cnft4

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    you can see comparisons of power consumption of graphics cards on this page:
    ZOTAC GeForce GT 640 2 GB Review | techPowerUp

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