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Depending on how your PC is configured, a GTX 660 may not get enough power from the 460 watt PSU in your PC. Off-Topic Tags How-tos Drivers Ask a Question Computing.NetForumsGeneral HardwareVideo Cards Solved Need New Graphics Card, PCI-E Inspiron 545 Tags:cardgraphics Tsmooth July 20, 2012 at 12:56:52 Specs: Windows 7 Hello forums :D Easily a more powerful PSU, costs more and can handle a 5670 card. but not the 5970 or the GeForce 480 or 470.
Report • Related Solutions› [Solved] specs for new graphics card on older motherboard question › No sound after installing new EVGA GeForce GTX graphics card › [Solved] All-in-one PC graphics card Report • #8 Tsmooth July 21, 2012 at 08:32:54 OK, how can I do this? Staff Online Now crjdriver Moderator eddie5659 Moderator TerryNet Moderator valis Moderator flavallee Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Hardware > Home Forums Forums Quick
The thing about PSUs and videos cards, which is really the only issue for the consumer market, is that the wattages are more like guide-lines than exact specks. I cannot really see any difference between the two. You're a star, thanks very much! Contribute Log in or Register tonymacx86.com Home Forums > Installation > Snow Leopard Desktop Support > [SOLVED] graphics card upgrade from GT220 to AMD 6870.
Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Thanks, Charlie PS. It's an excellent unit. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3061053/gt220-upgrade.html Should I delete the extras folder and start over?
I suspect I misstepped somewhere so I will describe what i have done so far. If the system won't boot with the card in place, the PSU is inadequate. Corsair, OCZ, Antec, Enermax are a few good brands. The cheap $20 and $30 are going to be worse then what you have.
Corsair: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...04&cm_re=Corsair_power-_-17-139-004-_-Product Thermaltake: $60 : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...m_re=thermaltake_power-_-17-153-113-_-Product Antec 500 ($70 / $45r) http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...1007&cm_re=antec_power-_-17-371-007-_-Product Compiler, Apr 4, 2010 #7 therealarbiter Thread Starter Joined: Dec 11, 2008 Messages: 45 Compiler said: ↑ Look try here Home Buyer's Guide Installation Guide Forum Guides Downloads Rules Activity If the one you recommended is better, how so? You can also identify the actual manufacturer of the PSU by entering the UL number into the following:http://database.ul.com/cgi-bin/XYV/...http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.ph...The UL number in the example I posted is E173738, the manufacturer is Delta.
If the power supply fails because it was overloaded it can potentially take out the motherboard and video card. check my blog Some of the higher end CoolerMasters are okay, but I'd go with the others as first choice. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. unfortunatly this didnt work, I just got to the spinning grey boot screen and it stayed there.
Because I had such little difficulty before Im unsure of the steps to take next. Triple6, Apr 4, 2010 #2 therealarbiter Thread Starter Joined: Dec 11, 2008 Messages: 45 i have the mt version but i have heard of people running this card on a 300w I have tried specifying some things before I boot, eg graphicsenabler=yes and ATIconfig=Duckweed but they dont seem to have helped. http://realink.org/solved-upgrading/solved-upgrading-graphics-card.html Note: the PSU fan is mounted up towards the top of the cabinet as it will pull in cool air from along of the top side edge vents.
Chalima said: It worked. Look on the side of the Dell PSU, it should have the amps. ie: A $400 video card would be more reliable with a $80 550watt PSU over a $45 "700watt" unit. - So because of funny math, you have to go by AMPs
So refer to the brands that Triple6 recommended, but you may include: Thermaltake, FSP Group, Seasonic as well.
Stay logged in tonymacx86.com Home Forums > Installation > Snow Leopard Desktop Support > Home Buyer's Guide Installation Guide Forum Create New Post The Build Buying Advice Desktop Compatibility General Hardware I'm hoping I can achieve my budget of 80$, but if you can go lower, even better.Thanks for all your help!What I've been looking at is a Radeon HD 6670 (GDDR5) Report • #13 riider July 21, 2012 at 19:19:36 "however if I encounter any problems, I will return it at purchase the GT 220"NO! Going Bald Moderator Joined: Aug 14, 2010 Messages: 21,284 Mobo: GA-X58A-UD7 Rev.1 BIOS F7 CPU: i7-920 Graphics: Sapphire HD5770 Mac: , , Classic Mac: Jun 4, 2011 at 4:54 PM #2
Depending on how your PC is configured, a GTX 660 may not get enough power from the 460 watt PSU in your PC. The better brands will have a 3~5year warranty. cheating their numbers. have a peek at these guys but not the 5970 or the GeForce 480 or 470.
Still no luck. If the system boots but you run into problems such as locking up or random reboots, especially when gaming, the PSU is inadequate. I would like to be able to play at higher graphics setting, with a steady fps.I have a Dell Inspiron 545 I can order a graphics card online, and any links I appreciate anyone who took the time to read this and would be grateful of any pointers and advice..
If your card is supported, it should boot with no trouble. Compiler, Apr 5, 2010 #9 therealarbiter Thread Starter Joined: Dec 11, 2008 Messages: 45 i have not bought the thermaltake psu but have bought the ocz stealth extreme 500w psu it You're a star, thanks very much!Click to expand... I've heard that you must remove all static from your body or else you can fry your motherboard, is this true and how can I prevent that from happening?
I have tried specifying some things before I boot, eg graphicsenabler=yes and ATIconfig=Duckweed but they dont seem to have helped. With a quality 550w PSU, you can power pretty much anything that'll fit your case.