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GeForce RTX 2080 Ti

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Hi, we have a Dell Precision 3620 workstation, mothercard: 09WH54. If we buy this nvidia card(GeForce RTX 2080 Ti), does it fit into our workstation? Is it a problem?
 
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What are the specs of the one you have? Most likely the PSU won't hold up.
 
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No chance. Card by itself will drink close to that
If motherboard doesn't have any proprietary connectors, a power supply should be a very minor 80-100$ investment compered to that GPU
 
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Yeah that’s not going handle even some midrange cards without packing up. As dj-electric said IF it’s not using a proprietary PSU you would need something in the neighbourhood of 650W minimum according to Nvdia
 
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Having a proprietary psu is going to make this project difficult. Unless the op is good with electronics (crimping/soldering involved) I'd suggest writing this idea off and getting a new system to put that 2080ti in.

Other downsides to consider with what you're attempting.. l'd guess that airflow in that case won't be good enough for a 250w part, and you might find that the cpu and ram are slow enough to bottleneck such a high end card. (I don't know the specs though so could be wrong)

If you aren't good with electronics and still want to try to make this work you could try speaking to dell and see if they do a beefier supply to fit that case, but I dunno how helpful they'd be.
 
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I agree with them , u will need to change the PSU before thinking about if it will fit or not.
 
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not unless you enjoy fireworks and smoldering piles of melting, death-inducing toxic plastics & metals :D
 
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Talk with dell support team i am sure they will help you with matter and they are experts after all.
 
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The powersupply wont cut it as mentioned above but the case will fit the card assuming you don't mind possibly relocating the drive bay.

It could fit... if you should put it in there is another story involving reasons like CPU bottleneck and the unreliability of that specific card.

What would you need a card like that in that specific workstation for?

https://www.google.ca/url?sa=i&rct=...aw0GIPXkz2HZE3bIJbxb3q0u&ust=1542826260145868
 
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BTW, here is a video of the PSU upgrade

 
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What would you need a card like that in that specific workstation for?
They might have got it at discount sale and want to upgrade it.

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My recommendation is the card I have, the RTX2080 from EVGA;
https://www.evga.com/products/product.aspx?pn=08G-P4-2082-KR
Power requirements aren't as high but it's great performer and it's far less expensive.

However if there are space constraints in that case, the Zotac 2070 Mini might serve you better;
https://www.zotac.com/us/product/graphics_card/zotac-gaming-geforce-rtx-2070-mini
It's a shorter card that still performs very well.

Either way, you'll need a new PSU(any atx PSU will work in that system) to accommodate any graphics card you add in unless it has no PCIe power connector.
 
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