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May 29, 2013 8:26:14 AM

It's that i have a ingraded graphics card and want to upgrade to a real graphics card and dont know exaced way to do this so help would be appreciated

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Here's the Graphics card im wanting to get http://www.ebuyer.com/370434-powercolor-hd-6450-1gb-ddr...
May 29, 2013 8:33:16 AM

NotThePro said:
It's that i have a ingraded graphics card and want to upgrade to a real graphics card and dont know exaced way to do this so help would be appreciated

Thank's!

Here's the Graphics card im wanting to get http://www.ebuyer.com/370434-powercolor-hd-6450-1gb-ddr...


so what exactly is the problem?
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May 29, 2013 8:33:18 AM

NotThePro said:
It's that i have a ingraded graphics card and want to upgrade to a real graphics card and dont know exaced way to do this so help would be appreciated

Thank's!

Here's the Graphics card im wanting to get http://www.ebuyer.com/370434-powercolor-hd-6450-1gb-ddr...


It's not too hard, all you have to do is install it into the PCI-Express X16 slot on your motherboard, and then install the drivers that come on the disk with your card. One thing I will say is that the HD6450 won't really be much of an improvement over the integrated graphics you have, so if you do want to upgrade to 'Real Graphics' I'd go for something a little higher. I hope this helps!
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May 29, 2013 8:46:19 AM

Flightsimluke said:
NotThePro said:
It's that i have a ingraded graphics card and want to upgrade to a real graphics card and dont know exaced way to do this so help would be appreciated

Thank's!

Here's the Graphics card im wanting to get http://www.ebuyer.com/370434-powercolor-hd-6450-1gb-ddr...


It's not too hard, all you have to do is install it into the PCI-Express X16 slot on your motherboard, and then install the drivers that come on the disk with your card. One thing I will say is that the HD6450 won't really be much of an improvement over the integrated graphics you have, so if you do want to upgrade to 'Real Graphics' I'd go for something a little higher. I hope this helps!


I guess going for somthing like that is not the best i was thinking about getting this one http://www.ebuyer.com/413365-sapphire-hd-7770-ghz-editi... but id have to upgrade my psu and i dont want to do that much I might sound lazy but that's why im getting the 6450

btw thanks! for helping me
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May 29, 2013 8:51:00 AM

NotThePro said:
Flightsimluke said:
NotThePro said:
It's that i have a ingraded graphics card and want to upgrade to a real graphics card and dont know exaced way to do this so help would be appreciated

Thank's!

Here's the Graphics card im wanting to get http://www.ebuyer.com/370434-powercolor-hd-6450-1gb-ddr...


It's not too hard, all you have to do is install it into the PCI-Express X16 slot on your motherboard, and then install the drivers that come on the disk with your card. One thing I will say is that the HD6450 won't really be much of an improvement over the integrated graphics you have, so if you do want to upgrade to 'Real Graphics' I'd go for something a little higher. I hope this helps!


I guess going for somthing like that is not the best i was thinking about getting this one http://www.ebuyer.com/413365-sapphire-hd-7770-ghz-editi... but id have to upgrade my psu and i dont want to do that much I might sound lazy but that's why im getting the 6450

btw thanks! for helping me


That's no problem. You shouldn't need to upgrade your PSU for some GPU's which would be better than the 6450 - a few examples: HD6670, HD7750, GT640. Good Luck!
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