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Is this graphics card compatible with my PC?

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June 15, 2013 12:10:00 PM

Bought a Advent-DT1411 (Specs: Motherboard - Foxconn H61MXL/H61MXL-K. Graphics Card - AMD HD6670 2GB GDDR3. Processor - Intel i5-2320 @3.0Ghz.) not long ago, but I want to put in a newer graphics card I was thinking of getting a GTX660 or a GTX650, I could do with something in between that price range. Also I'm not sure if those graphics cards would work, I think I would need a better PSU, I think my current is a 400W but I'm not sure how Id check. If anyone could recommend me a good graphics card that would work with my current PC it would be really helpful, Thanks!

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June 15, 2013 12:19:35 PM

It depends what brand of power supply alot of brands lie about actuall wattage output
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June 15, 2013 12:53:09 PM

firo40 said:
It depends what brand of power supply alot of brands lie about actuall wattage output

I have a Jeantech PUFP-405 400 Watt ATX power supply, by my guess this isn't good enough, would I need something like a Corsair PSU, and if so which one?

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June 15, 2013 12:57:58 PM

What you need is at least "550W" PSU for better performance and compatibility. Go for Corsair / CoolerMaster / Seasonic. You will get better performance on your present config if you just upgrade your PSU.
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June 15, 2013 1:01:22 PM

anubisX said:
What you need is at least "550W" PSU for better performance and compatibility. Go for Corsair / CoolerMaster / Seasonic. You will get better performance on your present config if you just upgrade your PSU.

Ill try that for now and see how it runs hopefully it will run better and I will look out for a good graphics card in the future, Thanks!
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June 15, 2013 1:05:07 PM

Yes, upgrade your PSU now and you won't need to upgrade anything for some time.
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