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upgrade PSU 300w to 450 or 500w in a HP P- 1414 desktop

AMD HD 7560D overheating when playing the sims 3 need advise on what will work in this desktop also a bette graphic card too
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  1. Well, Since the graphics is integrated into your cpu. it means your cpu is overheating to. The only thing you could put in for a processor that would be better is
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113289
    or
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113280

    Which would also have better integrated graphics, you could also add a 6670 for crossfire. or go with a better gpu all together.

    a decent brand 400+ should be ok unless you really feel like putting a high end gpu in. something like the corsair cx430 would work great.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139026
  2. Also if you wanted to get the best performance just out of your processor with the integrated graphics, you could upgrade your ram to 1866Mhz
  3. Why do you say it is overheating? Like the computer fans are extremely noisy and the game is still slow?
  4. you said your 7560d is overheating correct? well your processor and your graphics card are the same chip, so if one is overheating, so isnt the other.
  5. we need alot more info. you could be on a 15" crt trying to play skyrim.

    a budget
    your resolution
    the rest of your rig
    what games you play
  6. tenaciousk said:
    you said your 7560d is overheating correct? well your processor and your graphics card are the same chip, so if one is overheating, so isnt the other.
  7. yes exactly so
  8. UniqueName said:
    Why do you say it is overheating? Like the computer fans are extremely noisy and the game is still slow?
  9. game starts running slow after a couple hrs play OH! I play the sims 3 and 2 expansion pks the screen gets dark also downloaded GPU Z and Core Heat utilities CPU temps on all cores running 80+ and GPU temp running 90 I play no other games use computer for surfing and the sims 3 chipset AMD Hudson-3 AMD HD 7560D CPU AMD guadcore A8 5500 apu 3500 ghz 300 w PSU MOBO MSI 2AEO 6 GB ram oh! f2 socket hope that's it
  10. ARICH5 said:
    we need alot more info. you could be on a 15" crt trying to play skyrim.

    a budget
    your resolution
    the rest of your rig
    what games you play
  11. I have a 19" monitor @ 1240x900 resolution I play the sims 3 only and use comp for surfing PSU 300w AMD A8 5500 APU chipset AMD Hudson-3 512 MHz hdd 1000 SATA AHCI Hitachi I have another computer I can use as I may have do a little at a time I don't want to build a $2000 rig for The Sims 3 but can invest 2-300 in this one need to know what to start with. Can I ask a maybe stupid question(I am just getting into this gaming stuff so quit ignorant). my computer is only 4 mo old also. I only get the overheating when I play the sims 3 so could the card be the cause of the heat?????
  12. tenaciousk said:
    you said your 7560d is overheating correct? well your processor and your graphics card are the same chip, so if one is overheating, so isnt the other.
  13. yes this is true the only time they overheat is when I play the sims 3 game not any other time so is the card inadequate or the PSU or both
  14. Well if its overheating, you might want to check and see if all your fans are working. And that you have adequate air flow. It might be as simple as changing a fan.
  15. The simplest solution is to install a discrete Radeon HD 7750 graphics card. You shouldn't even need a power supply upgrade using this graphics card model.

    It'll remove the integrated graphics processor out of the heat load of the AMD APU altogether.
  16. tenaciousk said:
    Well if its overheating, you might want to check and see if all your fans are working. And that you have adequate air flow. It might be as simple as changing a fan.
  17. yes I did this took the cover off for several hrs and both fans are working
  18. ko888 said:
    The simplest solution is to install a discrete Radeon HD 7750 graphics card. You shouldn't even need a power supply upgrade using this graphics card model.

    It'll remove the integrated graphics processor out of the heat load of the AMD APU altogether.
  19. ko888 said:
    The simplest solution is to install a discrete Radeon HD 7750 graphics card. You shouldn't even need a power supply upgrade using this graphics card model.

    It'll remove the integrated graphics processor out of the heat load of the AMD APU altogether.
  20. yes I was looking on the sims 3 site at the cards that work good and will also run some if not most of the expansion pks. 7750 is not on list . here are some radeon hd ; 6570 OEM 7570EM 7670OEM 6670 OEM 6700 6800 6930 6950/70/90 7700 7800 7950/70 SOME ARE OUT OF MY PRICE RANGE $100-200 thank for the info let me know what u think or any advise is needed
  21. Look at the Radeon HD 77xx entry on this list as the Radeon HD 7750 would fall into this category:

    http://www.modthesims.info/wiki.php?title=Game%20Help:TS3%20System%20Requirements

    HIS iCooler H775F1GD Radeon HD 7750 1GB 128-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 x16 HDCP Ready Video Card for $89.99

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161403
  22. bethss1949 said:
    yes I was looking on the sims 3 site at the cards that work good and will also run some if not most of the expansion pks. 7750 is not on list . here are some radeon hd ; 6570 OEM 7570EM 7670OEM 6670 OEM 6700 6800 6930 6950/70/90 7700 7800 7950/70 SOME ARE OUT OF MY PRICE RANGE $100-200 thank for the info let me know what u think or any advise is needed


    Hmmm... I thought I answered your question in a different thread...

    As stated in the other thread, the best graphics card you can buy is the Radeon HD 7750 for $100. Yes, it is probably not included on EA's website of "officially supported" graphics cards, it will be compatible. The "7700" and "7800" refers to the Radeon HD 77xx and 78xx series graphic cards because the is no such thing as a Radeon HD 7700 or 7800 graphic cards. "7700" refers to the Radeon HD 7750, HD 7770 and the soon to be released HD 7790. "7800" refers to both Radeon HD 7850 and HD 7870 graphic cards.
  23. The Radeon HD 7750 and HD 6670 will work fine with a 300w power supply. The HD 6670 is less expensive than the HD 7750 (but not by too much), however the HD 7750 is significantly more powerful than the HD 6670.
  24. after ko888 and jaguar chimed in...please choose the best answer...they ARE the last and only best answers.
  25. jaguarskx said:
    The Radeon HD 7750 and HD 6670 will work fine with a 300w power supply. The HD 6670 is less expensive than the HD 7750 (but not by too much), however the HD 7750 is significantly more powerful than the HD 6670.
  26. thank u so much for getting me more knowledge on the 7700 &7800 I was thinking the 7750 would fail in there but wasn't sure my MOBO is MSI 2AEO so the 3.0 x16 will work with my MOBO?? really want to get the 7750 if it will
  27. bethss1949 said:
    thank u so much for getting me more knowledge on the 7700 &7800 I was thinking the 7750 would fail in there but wasn't sure my MOBO is MSI 2AEO so the 3.0 x16 will work with my MOBO?? really want to get the 7750 if it will


    The Radeon HD 7750 is fully backward compatible with your motherboard's PCI Express x16 (Gen 2.0) slot.
  28. ko888 said:
    bethss1949 said:
    thank u so much for getting me more knowledge on the 7700 &7800 I was thinking the 7750 would fail in there but wasn't sure my MOBO is MSI 2AEO so the 3.0 x16 will work with my MOBO?? really want to get the 7750 if it will


    The Radeon HD 7750 is fully backward compatible with your motherboard's PCI Express x16 (Gen 2.0) slot.
  29. ok thanks going to order it today from Newegg price is good one more question reading some on the PCLe 1.0 and PCIe x16 should I use the PCLe 1 or 16 saw pro's and con's on both
  30. Best answer
    bethss1949 said:
    ok thanks going to order it today from Newegg price is good one more question reading some on the PCLe 1.0 and PCIe x16 should I use the PCLe 1 or 16 saw pro's and con's on both


    That graphics card will only fit in a PCIe x16 slot so you don't have any options. Your motherboard only has one PCIe x16 slot so the chances of you inserting it into an incorrect slot is nil.
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