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Why do I need a high voltage power supply for bigger graphics card?


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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.

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Hi Bethbristw

Looks like you need to figure out how much wattage you need for your whole system.

Here, you can use this website to figure it out: https://outervision.com/power-supply-calculator

Toughpower series comes with big power and budget price, if you live in U.S.A please check out the price and specification in Amazon:https://www.amazon.com/Thermaltake-TOUGHPOWER-Modular-Supply-PS-TPD-1000MPCGUS-1/dp/B00LZVOK18/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1500257955&sr=8-1&keywords=TPD%2B1000&th=1

Wish you luck on your project.

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