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Some cards have a 6 pin power connector. It shouldn't be hard to miss.
If the card is plugged in, the connection would be facing the front.
I found a picture that would help you find what you're looking for.
Some power supplies carry this kind of connection. If it's an older system, it likely won't.
If that's the case, then you need to buy a new power supply, depending on how much the video card needs to run at.
If you have the box for the video card still, look on the bottom or side, it will tell you how much you need.
Is this what you were asking about? I couldn't be too sure.
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