my pc is pretty old (Inspiron 620). so i decided to upgrade some parts. the ram, graphics card and power supply.
everything has arrived. gtx 650ti, and a corsair gs600 power supply.
This is my first attempt of installing a power supply. ive looked at numerous guides etc.
ive connected the atx 24pin connector. i had an 8 pin connector which i split into 2 4pin connectors for the other atx power connector which required a 4 pin connector. Graphics card is connected and so is my hard drive.
the problem i have is that when i try to boot my pc it keeps restarting on the boot menu. ive made sure everything is connected properly and have no clue what the issue is.
upon looking at the specifications of my motherboard, i found that the 4pin power connector is atx, whereas the 8pin that splits upto to 2x 4pins on my power supply is eps. is this the issue? or is it my drivers? my previous graphics card was an amd. havent removed the drivers before fitting the 650ti
. ive resinstalled my old power supply and evrything works perfectly.
any help would be appreciated. further information spec wise can be found on dell support with the service tag: 7SD545J