I had chat with Dell Rep on the other website, specifically for my system. The rep sales said any ATX PSU would fit the current system to allow GTX 1080 to be installed. A bit of skeptical I am. Would any PSU bigger watt can be installed truly? Planning to upgrade in near future I guess.
There are NO 20 pin ATX psu's that support GTX 1060 1070 1080.
I don't even see the 1070 or 1080 offered.
EPS 12V power supplies have 80 percent efficient rating as well as 24 pin connector. The ATX standard is from the 1995 IBM AT.
I have asked the team if the Inspiron 5675 850w PSU would work in the Inspiron 5676 and Inspiron 5680. Will update this post when I get a response.
N1WJD 850w, 240v, APFC, EPA, E-Star, Delta
48Y6D 850w, 240v, APFC, EPA, E-Star, Huntkey
We cannot speak to retail video cards. But, the Inspiron 5680 using our OEM 460w PSU is qualified to run these OEM video cards =
XHY8P Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080, 8GB, DP1.3/DP1.3/DP1.3/HDMI 2.0/DVI-D DL, 180w
06MKK Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070, 8GB, DP1.3/DP1.3/DP1.3/HDMI 2.0/DVI-D DL, 150w
2FNM3 Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060, 6GB, DP1.3/DP1.3/DP1.3/HDMI 2.0/DVI-D DL, 150w
CD6TT Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060, 3GB, DP1.3/DP1.3/DP1.3/HDMI 2.0/DVI-D DL, 120w
24K8H Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050, 2GB, DP1.3/DP1.3/DP1.3/HDMI 2.0/DVI-D DL, 75w
J41KN AMD Radeon RX 580, 4GB, 3 DP, 1 HDMI, 160w
02H81 AMD Radeon RX 560, 2GB, 1 DVI-D, 1 DP, 1 HDMI, 75w
Hi, below is the exact PSU from my Inspiron 5680 with gtx 1070 in it. Please advise on the possibility to upgrade to GTX1080 in near future.
As I stated, that OEM 460w PSU is only qualified/tested to run our OEM GTX 1080, not any of the retail GTX 1080's =
XHY8P Dell OEM Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080