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|05-05-2014 08:56 PM|
|05-05-2014 04:19 PM|
|05-05-2014 03:37 PM|
can someone help me out here? Can I attach two DVI monitors to this card?
|05-05-2014 12:01 PM|
|jacquelinepark61||my kid really need this|
|05-05-2014 02:00 AM|
|bubbadirect||In for one. Thank you op!|
|05-04-2014 11:14 PM|
If the PSU was going out then there would have issues booting up or the video card not being recognized (personal experience with a GT 240 in a HP x4 630 system since Aug 2010). However it is always a good idea to get a new PSU along with a new video card since the stock PSU tend to wear down and lose wattage faster. There are plenty of PSU deals right now however after dealing with 2 full wired PSUs. I would have to recommend going with a fully or partially modular PSU especially when dealing with OEM PC cases and those gigantic bundles of wires from quality PSUs.
If your HP has a hard drive cage or if your SSD cannot be moved to an optical disc drive bay, then you want get a video card with only one fan or it will be really difficult to fit the card in there. Look into getting at least a HD 7790 / r7 260x or GTX 750 or GTX 750 Ti.
The HD 7770 will probably draw less power than the 4800 series and there is a review on newegg that someone was able to run titan fall with it but there was no mention of the resolution however the HD 7770 technology is from early 2012.
|05-04-2014 10:50 PM|
|Mgamerz||I have an Asus 7770 and I can run BattleField 4 on medium pretty well. With mantle I can run high around 50fps.|
|05-04-2014 10:40 PM|
|05-04-2014 09:12 PM|
|05-04-2014 08:55 PM|
need a good video card for emulation.. this good for that?
MAME and then other emus like EPSXE, DC, GC, ATOMSWAVE
|05-04-2014 08:47 PM|
|05-04-2014 08:23 PM|
looking to upgrade from an oldie 4800 - not a huge gamer, but would like to get TitanFall - Should I hop on this deal?
Also, as a side note, I would often get BSOD with my current setup while playing SC2 on ultra - I think it may be my stock PSU (460w) - but if so, i'm worried this new card will draw more strain. If so, should I upgrade my PSU?
HP Pavilion Elite 2009:
Core i7 2.67ghz
|05-04-2014 08:23 PM|
|05-04-2014 08:14 PM|
For this price, and your seemingly, low level of gaming. I think it is a safe bet. Sets you up well for the future (as long as you keep your gaming around where it is now... )
|05-04-2014 07:28 PM|
|shags72||The only game I play is RTCW. Do I really need much of a card? I was thinking this is even more than what I need. I have an old GeForce 6200 se. Whatchoo guys think?|
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