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Ok, so I have a dell inspiron 620 MT… but I want to add a gtx 550 ti and a 430 watt to it, would they fit in the case… Ive seen mixed reactions. Thanks in advanced biggrin.gif


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Yes, it will fit.

Not sure if your power supply can handle it. Although I would go for it, since it's just a Dell.

Source: http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19451325.aspx
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I am getting a 430 watt which is the same size as the one i have now… thank you for the answer:D


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It should power it fine too. Cause i have used my dell xps 420 which has a stock 380watt psu which it powered my 5870 i put in it fine and i ran it 24/7 for like 9 months with out a problem.

Which the 550ti uses way less voltage than a 5870.
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a rockwill 400w was good enough for a 550ti for 2 years and 2 years before that with onboard gpu.

550ti is a small card. I had the ASUS version
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