Can i upgrade my PSU and VGA from Dell Optiplex 780 MT?
PSU: EVGA 450W BRONZE 80 PLUS BRONZE | 2X 6+2 PIN | 1X 4+4 PIN | 1X FDD | 3X IDE | 6X SATA | INPUT VOLTAGE 100-240 VAC
VGA: Asus Nvidia GT 720 1GB
Sorry for my bad English.
I guess the upgradation of VGA may not be successful. In Dell Optiplex 780 MT specs it says that it supports only MT.
Kindly go through the link given below:
EVGA 450W is too small. Not enough power on the 3.3V/5V rails.
You also REQUIRE a connector adapter.
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Oh, i see. So, if nvidia gt720 1gb cant handle my pc, can i add nvidia gt210 1gb? I just saw at store nearby and i found it. Thanks to this document and Jobby Issac.
Yes, you'll be fine, I fit a 500W EVGA PSU and a GTX 460 in my 760. The 780 is a newer revision so you'll be fine.
This is actually a 760 with a 780 SFF motherboard (images are pre-swap), 8GB of DDR3, and a GTX 460 with a 500W PSU. I sold it for $500US.
I ripped out the useless drive cage, slapped some better fans in (namely the Arctic F9) and a GTX 460 with a cut PCI brakcet and removed shroud.
It can play Skyrim maxed out and Fallout 4 on Medium.
okay. thank you very much.
The 760 780 and 980 etc use a smaller than standard 24 pin connector. The MODDIY adapter is REQUIRED. The 24 pin connector is BLACK not White because its SMALLER than the Standard EPS12v connector.
You, you mean the one I already bought? I have more experience modding Dells than anyone on this forum, and if you look at my other posts it really shows. Also, CoMeap makes good products that are better.
i just found from internet that nvidia geforce 750ti can be used on dell optiplex 780. is that possible or not?
The issues with 750TI are that it must be single slot card, it requires MINI TOWER and that its a SHORT version of the card.
This is why the Zotac 1050TI mini ZT-P10510A-10L is a recommended card.
And again, LIKE USUAL that's wrong.
You can fit a dual slot card with wither a riser cable or by removing the PCI bracket that comes with the card. If the shroud on the card is too long and interferes with the CPU heatsink, just remove it.
Here's a good example with the riser cable. I recommend getting the EZ-DIY cable with the right angle connector, as it's far easier to do this with.
No its not wrong. Removing the bracket is why dual slot cards don't fit. Removing the shroud does not allow 10 to 12 inch cards AND it removes the ability to hold the stock heatsink in place. This is Bad to worse advice.
The stock heatsink is mounted DIRECTLY to the shroud.
Why did the forum auto-censor the verb? I meant as a vacuum does...Like push-pull...Silly Dell