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There's a few things to look at. The average "recommended power requirement" is a safe bet with a typical system though as always, your mileage may vary. I might choose to be nutty enough and somehow jam in a top of the line video card on a 5W processor and an emmc, or have a system with 6 hard disk drives or dual processors. The recommended power ...
No, the GPU inside the VM is emulated, so you can't install your host GPU driver. If you need such programs, that heavily use the GPU, install them on the host and not inside a VM.
Yes, the GTX 750 ti uses the 6 pin PCIe connector. It has two yellow wires, each of those wires is one of the 12v rails. When you connect power connections in parallel you get to add the amperage together so it should be the equivalent of a 27 amp single rail.
Its your graphics card. From the nvidia website, in the very fine print: 3840x2160 at 30Hz or 4096x2160 at 24Hz supported over HDMI. 3840x2160 at 60Hz supported over DisplayPort
The PSU must be capable of more than YYY watts, but that's far from being the whole story. First, the fact that a PSU has YYY watts written on it, does not mean that it is capable of really delivering YYY watts continuously. Most PSUs will fail short of their maximum, sometimes even by as much as 10%, depending on their quality. Second, the card is not ...
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