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add Quadro K4000 to system with Quadro K600

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I would like to add a Quadro K4000 to a new Dell Precision T3610 that came shipped with a K600. The T3610 has a 685W power supply, there is an appropriate slot available, the K4000 is rated at 80W, and the system has an low energy-consuming 512GB SSD disk drive.
1) Is this possible?
2) Do I need some cabling to "bridge" the 2 video cards.
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1) Yes
2) No, you can use one card or the other but not both.
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3) so, why bother

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