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    Well done nadles, yes I confirm all you said about 230w PSU and the ssd.

    I have set the user defined fan speed like this:

    Temp : 40 50 60 70 75 80 85

    Fan : 40 50 60 70 80 85 90

    Never touched 80° and picture is all smooth.

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    Nadles, hows GTA 5 on your ROG with the new PSU 330w?

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    Sorry if I'm out of line here. I'm trying to install my GTX 750Ti FTW card and the power connectors that came with don't fit into anything. I need a 6 pin pice cable with both ends being male ends. Can't find that anywhere so what should I do?

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    I believe the power cords from your motherboard should be Male fitting into the Female power post on your GPU, at least GTX980 and GTX980TI are like this.

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    I have now ordered DELL 330-Watt AC Adapter (part: 450-18979) and EVGA GTX 980 Ti SC Ref fan.
    Hope this will work without problems
    Last edited by mortenstj; 11-23-2015 at 03:06 PM.

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    Question, my previous 980 had a backplate installed. Is that required?

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    Usually quality manufacturers install a back plate but if its not there wont cause any issues.

    Be careful while setting it into the bracket.

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    I got the new card, installed it without any problems. Ran som test with good results, all on 230w supply...made me question if 330w is necessary..?

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    If you have installed a GTX980Ti install GPU Tweak or similar prog and limit the Target Power to 100%

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    still being talked about eh? i haven't been in the forums since popping in for a bit in the summer. Reference Card 980ti is best, dont' go with other types. 330W PSU from Dell (Y90RR) is the one i'd recommend other ones i wouldn't know if the connector would fit. My system hasn't had issues or random reboots or shutdowns for a long time. when running on a 230W w/o the 330W the 3DBenchmark Firestrike stuff will crash, w/ the 330W it doesn't crash. If you have a 230W use MSI Afterburner and clock it down to 90% power

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