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Thermal design power of the T7300 is 35W, while the X7900 does a 44W. So yes: it may become warmer (or the cooling fans wil work harder). On the other way: your SSD draws less power than a conventional harddisk.
 
My 7.1 is upgraded since 2012 (X7900 + Samsung SSD) and I've experienced no problems (24/7 in use).
 
Don't expect to much advantage: benchmark of the T7300 is '1199' while the X7900 reaches '1704'.

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Thermal design power of the T7300 is 35W, while the X7900 does a 44W. So yes: it may become warmer (or the cooling fans wil work harder). On the other way: your SSD draws less power than a conventional harddisk.
 
My 7.1 is upgraded since 2012 (X7900 + Samsung SSD) and I've experienced no problemsproblems (24/7 in use).
My 7.1 is upgraded since 2012 (X7900 + Samsung SSD) and I've experienced no problemsproblems (24/7 in use).

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Original post by: Frank ,

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Thermal design power of the T7300 is 35W, while the X7900 does a 44W. So yes: it may become warmer (or the cooling fans wil work harder). On the other way: your SSD draws less power than a conventional harddisk.

My 7.1 is upgraded since 2012 (X7900 + Samsung SSD) and I've experienced no problems.

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