As I said above a few posts before yours a 230W adapter is fine for a vanilla 4060, it's likely a 5060 would be of similar wattage as well a couple of years from now as Nvidias xx50 and xx60 series will now continue to use designed for mobile chips.Hi, I have the trident 3 11400f model and was thinking of upgrading my gpu to the 4060. It would appear from specs online to be running on similar wattage to the 1660. Would this likely work without a change in power supply? I currently have an original 230w which i would be happy to change if I could find an oem 330, which was been hard in the UK. Thank you.
Yes PCI-e is NVMe.It is specification for MPG-Trident-3-10th on MSI website so can be compatibled with nvme SSD.
1 x M.2 SSD (SATA/PCIe Auto switch)
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Thanks, literally posted and saw your earlier comment.... SorryAs I said above a few posts before yours a 230W adapter is fine for a vanilla 4060, it's likely a 5060 would be of similar wattage as well a couple of years from now as Nvidias xx50 and xx60 series will now continue to use designed for mobile chips.
Thanks for your response but why not the 4060? It has a much lower power draw than both of those cards and could probably keep the original 230w psu?It can be upgrading to RTX 2060 and RTX 2070 and power supply also upgrading to 330W.
It is recommend list for Trident-3-9th on MSI website.
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Be smart dude, it's a forum, not like that been asked a hundred times already.