03-11-2019 05:18 AM
Yeah BigAl It seems the two of us have this issue and asking the poster of this if their m91p usff is the same video chipset/graphics as my piece of junk microsoft basic video adapter as it states in device manager is indeed the same as thiers.
03-11-2019 07:25 AM - edited 03-11-2019 10:19 AM
Running it through the MSI power supply calculator again, I believe I have come up with a solution. If I don't include the optical (DVD) drive, and with the GT 1030 DDR5 included, it came to 148w, just within the 150w of the supply. It depends on how you use your system, but generally the optical drive isn't as necessary as it once was, even on some larger systems it's now optional -- it's all network and USB flash drive.
My suggestion, disconnect the optical drive (both cables) and you can then install a short low-profile GT 1030. The Gigabyte cards are the shortest, and will give you the best chance of fitting without interference. Post a photo of the PCIe slot.
03-11-2019 01:04 PM
Big Al the dvd is gone I pulled it out. so that wattage from it should allow some sort of low end wattage video card to be installed:: Also I am true redneck:: have hacksaw can accomdate to outside of shell if necessary
03-12-2019 05:06 AM
Well BigAl no need to worry about ambilical cord(m91pusff)anymore::I accidently dropped tha' durn thang and it went flying everywhere when it hit the floor:: So yeah it's toast:: Soon to be half put back together the barebone case filled with concrete and used as a trotline weight
04-14-2019 01:31 AM
Well... That was interesting.