i have intex 450 watts power supply.can i use ati radeon 6670 on my board.i have pcie express slot. my contact no is 9971188905> if u could contact me plz. im not a heavy gamer.i play one game in year or something. so should i need to upgrade my psu or should i continue with my intex 450 watts.im confused what sould i buy first a graphic card or psu, or 5670+psu=rs.6000,but 5670 is not good as 6670.im very tight in my budget.i can spend upto 5000 rs only i can manage upto 6000rs.
The answer is no. The power supply you refer to usually comes bundled with cabinets. It doesn’t even have an efficiency rating. You should never compromise on the power supply unit or else you might end up frying everything inside your cabinet which includes the graphics card you want to purchase. It’s essential to use a reliable power supply.
Stay away from Intex, Frontec and other similar power supply manufacturers. Go with a reputed brand and make sure the PSU you purchase is 80+ rated. The risk is just not worth it. I would recommend purchasing a reliable PSU first and then purchase a graphics card later.
what abt coolermaster extreme power plus 450 or 460 watts.i asked it for 2500 rs.I have asked some where that the coolermaster psu is also coming duplicate in wazirpur industrial area delhi
I don’t know about CM 450 or 460 but I do know about FSP Saga II 500W. That would be a good one considering your budget. Will cost you around 2,000 INR more or less depending on your location in the country.
HOW MUCH POWER DO I NEED ON +12V RAIL.CURRENTLY I HAVE +12V @ 18A. ON INTEX AND COOLERMASTER PROVIDE ON +12V1 @ 18A +12V2 @ 18A TWO RAILS.SOME SAY 5670 1GB DDR5 WILL EASILY GO WITH MY INTEX PSU AS IT DOESN,T NEED ANY EXTRA POWER(6 PIN CONNECTOR),IM VERY CONFUSED
You don’t understand what I am saying. The issue I am raising isn’t related to if whether your current PSU can handle your graphics card or not. The point I am making is that, the PSU is bad. You cannot rely on it. If something goes wrong with the PSU, it can effect every component that’s attached to which includes includes almost everything. I have seen so many users ending up frying their computer all because they used a cheap, unreliable and inefficient power supply. I hope this clarifies the issue I am raising.
And the ‘some’ you refer to don’t understand the importance of a reliable power supply. If you are going to install a dedicated GPU, get a reliable PSU. If you aren’t going to install a dedicated GPU, still get a reliable PSU. A PSU is not a simple technology. It is a complex piece of hardware in it’s own rights. And don’t forget, all power that comes to your components comes through this piece of hardware. And if it screws up, all hell will break loose.
will dis card supports my d945gcnl mother board?
Please look under ‘System Requirements’ on this page: http://www.sapphiretech.com/presentation/product/product_index.aspx?cid=1&gid=3&sgid=1088&pid=1169&psn=000101&lid=1&leg=0
Intel D945GCNL has a PCIe x16 Gen 2.x slot so you are good here:
[PCI Express® based PC is required with one X16 lane graphics slot available on the motherboard.]
So make sure the following are met though:
[1024MBMinimum of system memory.]
[Certified power supplies are recommended. Please refer to: http://support.amd.com/us/certified/power-supplies/Pages/listing.aspx%5D
[400 Watt Power Supply is required.]
Will this card run with a GA-M61PME-S2P motherboard?
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