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Upgrade from nvidia GTX 550 TI to a 750TI or even a 1050 if my computer can handle it. Need help!

Motherboard: P9x79Pro
Intel i7-3820
3.6 Ghz
16 Gb of RAM
I want to run modern games at higher settings, suggestions?
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  1. Very strong cpu, it can handle any graphics card.

    What power supply do you have?
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  2. LucoTF said:
    Very strong cpu, it can handle any graphics card.

    What power supply do you have?


    I am not sure as I am very new to building computers could you help me find that out?
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  3. Its the box in the rear corner of your tower that the power lead plugs in to, it will have a label on the side.
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  4. your cpu may be old, but it's fast, i would honestly get a 1050 ti, your set. :)
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  5. LucoTF said:
    Its the box in the rear corner of your tower that the power lead plugs in to, it will have a label on the side.


    I found it but no label /:
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  6. Tad0098 said:
    your cpu may be old, but it's fast, i would honestly get a 1050 ti, your set. :)


    That's what I was thinking I am not sure if I would be able to install it myself though...
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    The 1050ti is a safe bet as it works with almost any power supply.

    Installation is easy. You just put the 1050ti in the slot (your board has 4 slots it can fit into! Use the top one), connect the monitor cable to it, power up the pc, then install the driver. Thats all.

    Download the latest drivers from here: http://www.geforce.com/drivers
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  8. LucoTF said:
    The 1050ti is a safe bet as it works with almost any power supply.

    Installation is easy. You just put the 1050ti in the slot (your board has 4 slots it can fit into! Use the top one), connect the monitor cable to it, power up the pc, then install the driver. Thats all.

    Download the latest drivers from here: http://www.geforce.com/drivers


    I am going with the EVGA 1050 Ti 4GB, thanks!
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