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Does my motherboard support this graphics card?

Hi guys.....
I'm using a desktop PC with Intel DH61WW Mobo....
My Present Graphic Card is Radeon HD 5670
I want to Upgrade it to Asus Radeon HD7770
Now i want to know if my Mobo Intel DH61WW is compatible with Asus Radeon HD7770 or not...
ThanQ....
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  1. Best answer
    it has PCIE 16x 2.0, you can put ANY PCIE card in there, even a 690/7990 if you want..

    and the speed difference between 3.0 & 2.0 is 0-3%
  2. Yup - it's fine. PCIe is backwards compatible.
  3. Yes I believe it is compatible with the motherboard. I'm guessing your using a pre-made desktop such as an hp so you will likely need to upgrade your power supply to support the increased power consumption by the graphics card. My guess is you'll probably want a 500w power supply but you can check with a power supply calculator. Usually power supplies include on premade desktops are cheep and bare minimum so if you are using a premade desktop it will likely need an upgrade.
  4. The only thing you really need to be sure on is if your PSU can handle the GPU you want to get.
  5. chromic said:
    it has PCIE 16x 2.0, you can put ANY PCIE card in there, even a 690/7990 if you want..

    and the speed difference between 3.0 & 2.0 is 0-3%


    ThanQ dude.........
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