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Even having a graphic card of 8GB NVidia, I am still facing with my system for all my designing projects that is why four days back I decided to buy a newer and bigger graphics card for my system. I was in one of my trusted computer hardware store and was checking out the specifications of the different graphics card. I knew that if you will need an external graphic card if you want to have the smoothest experience for all graphics related activities on your system. However I bought one, and when I connected it to my system, it showed me the blue screen on which it asks to get a high voltage power supply unit. I am working on my animated video for one of my clients who provides custom essay writing services which project delivery date is very near and now I am out of cast too. Why do I need a high voltage power supply unit just because of a bigger graphics card which itself is quite expensive for my likeness Kindly suggest me some alternates which include very few investment and process quickly too because I am very near to the project delivery date which is the only way I can pay my bills.
Greeting to all Smart Pro RGB owners: Welcome to the Smart Pro RGB Bronze Owners Club. Once again you have made the right decision...and we thank you for that. Smart Pro RGB Bronze series is our first fully modular bronze power supply alone with the best features and most affordable price ever. Welcome to share your builts and ask questions here, we are looking forward to see all amazing works around the world.
Bom dia, Eu comprei a Smart pro 850w. Tenho uma ASUS crosshair vi hero com ryzen 1800x. O problema é que a motherboard precisa de ser alimentada com 8 pinos + 4 pinos e a fonte de alimentação só tem saída de 8 pinos para cpu. Existe maneira de ligar a motherboard a outros pinos de pci-e ou periféricos ou outra alternativa? Ou a fonte de alimentação não dá mesmo para alimentar a motherboard?