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Is my computer compatible with the EVGA Geforce GTX 750ti

I've been having problems, with this. Mainly because pcpartpicker.com doesn't let me select my motherboard (Which is still a selling product from Gigabyte.). I wanted to know if my computer could handle a upgrade to the EVGA Geforce GTX 750ti graphics card.

My computer specs:
Rosewill FBM-01 (The one that doesn't include the power supply)
1TB Seagate Barracuda
4GB Crucial Ballistix Sport
Gigabyte GA-AM1M-S2H
2GB Asus Radeon R7 240 (The graphics card that I want to change to the 750ti)
AMD Athlon 5350
EVGA 500 W1 80+, 500W Continuous Power

Please post below if it's compatible or not. If it's not please also post what is not compatible or what needs to be upgraded
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  1. specifically the EVGA GeForce GTX 750ti SC 2GB
  2. Also if it is compatible and it's able to run a higher quality EVGA GeForce GTX card please specify that too.
  3. Best answer
    Yes. The 750 ti is only 60 watts.
  4. could you link your PSU website or post a pic of the Wattage table?

    https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-Continuous-Warranty-Supply-100-W1-0500-KR/dp/B00H33SFJU

    if this is your PSU you have 40A on the +12 rail that is 480W. if you wanted to go bigger like a 970 you could.
  5. jtk2515 said:
    could you link your PSU website or post a pic of the Wattage table?

    https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-Continuous-Warranty-Supply-100-W1-0500-KR/dp/B00H33SFJU

    if this is your PSU you have 40A on the +12 rail that is 480W. if you wanted to go bigger like a 970 you could.


    ^ and yes that is it

    So with everything in that I could have any EVGA Geforce GTX graphics card between a 750 and a 970?

    Also if I were to get an EVGA GeForce GTX 950, would I get the GTX 950 SC 2GB or which version of it would I get?
    On a side note to which one I should get, I have a Dell 2015H analog monitor which I'm planning on getting another one, so would that effect which one I would get too?
  6. Any help for the post I posted above?
  7. I would not go over 150w video card. I also would stick to 1080p Video cards. So a 970 or amd 480 with the options of upgrading your cpu at a later date.

    As for the 950 versions dont really matter if your not OCing just get the cheapest.
  8. I have the 750ti. The same one you want. The EBGA GTX 750 Ti SC 2GB. It's ok. I have it in the computer I am using now. It's ok but don't expect much from it. It won't give you the world as far as games go though. Expect a very console like experience.
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