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November 18, 2013 6:47:04 AM

Need Urgent help!!please...OK guys so I am going to buy a HD radeon 7750 as it requires very low power consumption( I have a economy series zebronics 450 w PSU) and is also a very good card indeed.So I went to flipkart and the price of HD 7750 was 7500 Indian rupees or 120$...but when I went to Amazon the price was as low as 85$..I mean could you believe this!that's ridiculous... I don't know exactly if flipkart is a fraud or what! Coming to the main point..is the both graphics card are same.here's the link..to flipkart www.flipkart.com/sapphire-amd-ati-hd-7750-1-gb-gddr5-gr... and to amazon www.amazon.com/Sapphire-Radeon-PCI-Express-Graphics-112... .please help guys!!also can I run it on my PSU stated above...I have heard it can run on even a cheap 400 w PSU...that's all...thanks in advance!..suggestions regarding the GPU is always welcomed ^_^

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November 18, 2013 6:52:10 AM

The PSU should be fine. All the power the card needs is drawn through the PCIe slot. As for Flipkart, it is fairly well known to sell everything for a higher price, mainly because it's buyers cannot get the products from anywhere else.
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November 18, 2013 6:54:07 AM

ok your amazon link is broken, and no it is not a fraud, its called tax. gfx cards coming to india has to pay tax to indian government + american one so thats why you see a 85$ card seling at 125$
oh and $ to rupee exchange rate also varies alot.
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November 18, 2013 6:56:44 AM

The link isn't broken, it just has "..please" on the end of it. All you need to do is open it and delete the ..please off the end.
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November 18, 2013 7:01:51 AM

oh didnt notice that, thx, anyways like i said, $ to rupee exchange rate and tax is mostly responsible for it. infact your kinda lucky, here a 7750 is worth like 135$....
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November 18, 2013 7:27:17 AM

android_ said:
Need Urgent help!!please...OK guys so I am going to buy a HD radeon 7750 as it requires very low power consumption( I have a economy series zebronics 450 w PSU) and is also a very good card indeed.So I went to flipkart and the price of HD 7750 was 7500 Indian rupees or 120$...but when I went to Amazon the price was as low as 85$..I mean could you believe this!that's ridiculous... I don't know exactly if flipkart is a fraud or what! Coming to the main point..is the both graphics card are same.here's the link..to flipkart www.flipkart.com/sapphire-amd-ati-hd-7750-1-gb-gddr5-gr... and to amazon www.amazon.com/Sapphire-Radeon-PCI-Express-Graphics-112... help guys!!also can I run it on my PSU stated above...I have heard it can run on even a cheap 400 w PSU...that's all...thanks in advance!..suggestions regarding the GPU is always welcomed ^_^



Hardware is significantly more expensive in India. Taxes and all makes it all expensive. If you have an credit card buy it through amazon.

And yeah according to me its the same. It doesn't matter anyway cause both are 1gb Ddr5
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November 18, 2013 7:43:00 AM

Thanks u so..so much all of you!!..I am so much happy and surprised to see that within half an hour I got so many solutions...I have fixed the amazon link and I am buying it from amazon as my fellow brothers suggested me...again thanks all of you for your support!!:) ...but I just have a doubt that the card isn't same Cuz amazon don't provide full details of the product
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November 18, 2013 8:06:29 AM

Hey guys you know what I can get a HD 7770 from amazon for the price of hd 7750 from flipkart...only question is...is my PSU capable of handling HD 7770??please help soon guys ..I am buying at as soon as I am getting this answer!!
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November 18, 2013 9:27:29 AM

You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.
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November 18, 2013 8:19:34 PM

android_ said:
Hey guys you know what I can get a HD 7770 from amazon for the price of hd 7750 from flipkart...only question is...is my PSU capable of handling HD 7770??please help soon guys ..I am buying at as soon as I am getting this answer!!


Yup 450w is enough. But dont trust zebronics (psu's arent bronze certified). If you want, buy a corsair cx430. But 450w is enough.
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November 18, 2013 8:44:29 PM

hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2

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November 18, 2013 8:45:52 PM

miit123 said:
android_ said:
Hey guys you know what I can get a HD 7770 from amazon for the price of hd 7750 from flipkart...only question is...is my PSU capable of handling HD 7770??please help soon guys ..I am buying at as soon as I am getting this answer!!


Yup 450w is enough. But dont trust zebronics (psu's arent bronze certified). If you want, buy a corsair cx430. But 450w is enough.

I can't afford a new PSU :( 

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November 18, 2013 8:49:02 PM

android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



Yes it will support your pc. You can go for it.
And yeah psu should be enough.
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November 18, 2013 9:00:04 PM

miit123 said:
android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



Yes it will support your pc. You can go for it.
And yeah psu should be enough.

I am now confused.. With a few dollars more I can get a HD 7790 which is better then HD 7750!..I can upgrade my PSU for radeon HD 7790..the only thing that bothering me is the bottlenecking issue!!..please help friend
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November 18, 2013 9:02:05 PM

android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



Yes it will support your pc. You can go for it.
And yeah psu should be enough.

I am now confused.. With a few dollars more I can get a HD 7790 which is better then HD 7750!..I can upgrade my PSU for radeon HD 7790..the only thing that bothering me is the bottlenecking issue!!..please help friend


Nope stay down with 7750. There isn't much difference between 7750 and 7770. 7770 will bottleneck your cpu.
Buy a 7750.
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November 18, 2013 9:06:35 PM

miit123 said:
android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



Yes it will support your pc. You can go for it.
And yeah psu should be enough.

I am now confused.. With a few dollars more I can get a HD 7790 which is better then HD 7750!..I can upgrade my PSU for radeon HD 7790..the only thing that bothering me is the bottlenecking issue!!..please help friend


Nope stay down with 7750. There isn't much difference between 7750 and 7770. 7770 will bottleneck your cpu.
Buy a 7750.

OK thanks mate for your help..I will buy a HD 7750 from amazon :) ..now I don't have to upgrade my PSU? Right?
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November 18, 2013 9:16:45 PM

android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



Yes it will support your pc. You can go for it.
And yeah psu should be enough.

I am now confused.. With a few dollars more I can get a HD 7790 which is better then HD 7750!..I can upgrade my PSU for radeon HD 7790..the only thing that bothering me is the bottlenecking issue!!..please help friend


Nope stay down with 7750. There isn't much difference between 7750 and 7770. 7770 will bottleneck your cpu.
Buy a 7750.

OK thanks mate for your help..I will buy a HD 7750 from amazon :) ..now I don't have to upgrade my PSU? Right?


Yep. Stay down currently with the zebronics one, but in future by the cx 430 by corsair which is only 3000rs but its bronze certified which is pretty much awesome. And yeah zebronics 450w should be fine.

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November 18, 2013 9:19:00 PM

miit123 said:
android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



Yes it will support your pc. You can go for it.
And yeah psu should be enough.

I am now confused.. With a few dollars more I can get a HD 7790 which is better then HD 7750!..I can upgrade my PSU for radeon HD 7790..the only thing that bothering me is the bottlenecking issue!!..please help friend


Nope stay down with 7750. There isn't much difference between 7750 and 7770. 7770 will bottleneck your cpu.
Buy a 7750.

OK thanks mate for your help..I will buy a HD 7750 from amazon :) ..now I don't have to upgrade my PSU? Right?


Yep. Stay down currently with the zebronics one, but in future by the cx 430 by corsair which is only 3000rs but its bronze certified which is pretty much awesome. And yeah zebronics 450w should be fine.



Thanks thanks thanks mate :)  BTW would I be able to cod ghost and bf 4 on medium settings?
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November 18, 2013 9:23:56 PM

android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



Yes it will support your pc. You can go for it.
And yeah psu should be enough.

I am now confused.. With a few dollars more I can get a HD 7790 which is better then HD 7750!..I can upgrade my PSU for radeon HD 7790..the only thing that bothering me is the bottlenecking issue!!..please help friend


Nope stay down with 7750. There isn't much difference between 7750 and 7770. 7770 will bottleneck your cpu.
Buy a 7750.

OK thanks mate for your help..I will buy a HD 7750 from amazon :) ..now I don't have to upgrade my PSU? Right?


Yep. Stay down currently with the zebronics one, but in future by the cx 430 by corsair which is only 3000rs but its bronze certified which is pretty much awesome. And yeah zebronics 450w should be fine.



Thanks thanks thanks mate :)  BTW would I be able to cod ghost and bf 4 on medium settings?


Yep. On 1024x1280 you will get 40-50 fps which is quite good.

Please select best answer if it helped.

Thank you. :) 
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November 18, 2013 9:32:30 PM

miit123 said:
android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



Yes it will support your pc. You can go for it.
And yeah psu should be enough.

I am now confused.. With a few dollars more I can get a HD 7790 which is better then HD 7750!..I can upgrade my PSU for radeon HD 7790..the only thing that bothering me is the bottlenecking issue!!..please help friend


Nope stay down with 7750. There isn't much difference between 7750 and 7770. 7770 will bottleneck your cpu.
Buy a 7750.

OK thanks mate for your help..I will buy a HD 7750 from amazon :) ..now I don't have to upgrade my PSU? Right?


Yep. Stay down currently with the zebronics one, but in future by the cx 430 by corsair which is only 3000rs but its bronze certified which is pretty much awesome. And yeah zebronics 450w should be fine.



Thanks thanks thanks mate :)  BTW would I be able to cod ghost and bf 4 on medium settings?


Yep. On 1024x1280 you will get 40-50 fps which is quite good.

Please select best answer if it helped.

Thank you. :) 

Of course mate u helped me a lot..if possible I can buy you a beer ;) ..just one last question..my motherboard which I stated above is capable of handling HD 7750?:) 
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November 18, 2013 9:34:20 PM

android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



android_ said:
miit123 said:
android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
You can run a 7770 on a good 300 watt psu if the rest of the system is not filled up with components like multiple hard drives.
But I would not run a 7770 on a Zebronics power supply, it had a chance of not being stable.

Either upgrade the power supply or stick with the 7750. Which may be all you need anyway depending on the specs of the system.

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



Yes it will support your pc. You can go for it.
And yeah psu should be enough.

I am now confused.. With a few dollars more I can get a HD 7790 which is better then HD 7750!..I can upgrade my PSU for radeon HD 7790..the only thing that bothering me is the bottlenecking issue!!..please help friend


Nope stay down with 7750. There isn't much difference between 7750 and 7770. 7770 will bottleneck your cpu.
Buy a 7750.

OK thanks mate for your help..I will buy a HD 7750 from amazon :) ..now I don't have to upgrade my PSU? Right?


Yep. Stay down currently with the zebronics one, but in future by the cx 430 by corsair which is only 3000rs but its bronze certified which is pretty much awesome. And yeah zebronics 450w should be fine.



Thanks thanks thanks mate :)  BTW would I be able to cod ghost and bf 4 on medium settings?


Yep. On 1024x1280 you will get 40-50 fps which is quite good.

Please select best answer if it helped.

Thank you. :) 

Of course mate u helped me a lot..if possible I can buy you a beer ;) ..just one last question..my motherboard which I stated above is capable of handling HD 7750?:) 


:D  LOL! and yeah the motherboaerd IS capable as i told on earlier too. :D 
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Thanks all of u for your help and giving your precious time for my question! Especially miit123 :) ..I selected yours as the solution


Thank you :D 
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November 19, 2013 5:49:02 AM

The 7770 will NOT be bottlenecked by an i5 AT ALL. Not sure who posted that, but it's not true.

If you want a video card to run pretty modern games at over low settings, a 7750 will not do, unless you run at low resolutions. <--- edit, I read your resolution, it's low so a 7750 would be OK but not the best if you want it to run games for the next 3 years. You'll have to lower settings in most high-end games to play them.

I would not trust a Zebronics power supply even though it's higher wattage with a 7770, but it's not my system, and it may work fine. But it may also fry the card and motherboard.

If you want to upgrade to a 7790 and to a newer power supply, that would be a good thing.

Your i5 CPU will handle any video card up to mid range and maybe upper mid range with no issues.
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November 19, 2013 5:51:46 AM

hang-the-9 said:
The 7770 will NOT be bottlenecked by an i5 AT ALL. Not sure who posted that, but it's not true.

If you want a video card to run pretty modern games at over low settings, a 7750 will not do, unless you run at low resolutions. <--- edit, I read your resolution, it's low so a 7750 would be OK but not the best if you want it to run games for the next 3 years. You'll have to lower settings in most high-end games to play them.

I would not trust a Zebronics power supply even though it's higher wattage with a 7770, but it's not my system, and it may work fine. But it may also fry the card and motherboard.

If you want to upgrade to a 7790 and to a newer power supply, that would be a good thing.

Your i5 CPU will handle any video card up to mid range and maybe upper mid range with no issues.


Who said he has an i5?
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November 19, 2013 5:56:07 AM

+1 to hang-the-9, some misinformation has been given. The Zebronics PSU is risky, and even that is giving it a little too much credit. The i5 will not bottleneck with even most higher-end cards, let alone something as weak as a 7770. An HD 7750 struggled playing last-gen games, let alone next gen. Even at lower resolutions, your gameplay likely will not be optimal. Also, the wattage of the PSU isn't the only thing that matters. The Zebronics PSU may not even have the proper PCIe power connectors to drive anything higher than the 7750. Your best bet would be to save up a little more, and do a two-stage upgrade. A Seasonic 550W PSU would be more than enough, along with something a little more beefy, such as the R9-270X if it is available in your area. That should handle games at 1080p, medium-high settings, 60FPS for quite a while.
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November 19, 2013 5:56:46 AM

android_ said:

Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2



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November 19, 2013 5:57:37 AM

miit123 said:
hang-the-9 said:
The 7770 will NOT be bottlenecked by an i5 AT ALL. Not sure who posted that, but it's not true.

If you want a video card to run pretty modern games at over low settings, a 7750 will not do, unless you run at low resolutions. <--- edit, I read your resolution, it's low so a 7750 would be OK but not the best if you want it to run games for the next 3 years. You'll have to lower settings in most high-end games to play them.

I would not trust a Zebronics power supply even though it's higher wattage with a 7770, but it's not my system, and it may work fine. But it may also fry the card and motherboard.

If you want to upgrade to a 7790 and to a newer power supply, that would be a good thing.

Your i5 CPU will handle any video card up to mid range and maybe upper mid range with no issues.


Who said he has an i5?


He did.

"Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A | "
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November 19, 2013 7:33:02 AM

hang-the-9 said:
miit123 said:
hang-the-9 said:
The 7770 will NOT be bottlenecked by an i5 AT ALL. Not sure who posted that, but it's not true.

If you want a video card to run pretty modern games at over low settings, a 7750 will not do, unless you run at low resolutions. <--- edit, I read your resolution, it's low so a 7750 would be OK but not the best if you want it to run games for the next 3 years. You'll have to lower settings in most high-end games to play them.

I would not trust a Zebronics power supply even though it's higher wattage with a 7770, but it's not my system, and it may work fine. But it may also fry the card and motherboard.

If you want to upgrade to a 7790 and to a newer power supply, that would be a good thing.

Your i5 CPU will handle any video card up to mid range and maybe upper mid range with no issues.


Who said he has an i5?


He did.

"Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A | "


Anyway most 7750's drain power from motherboard while 7770's require connectors. So for zebronics psu (as he said he cant afford a new) 7750 should be better
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November 19, 2013 7:40:27 AM

miit123 said:
hang-the-9 said:
miit123 said:
hang-the-9 said:
The 7770 will NOT be bottlenecked by an i5 AT ALL. Not sure who posted that, but it's not true.

If you want a video card to run pretty modern games at over low settings, a 7750 will not do, unless you run at low resolutions. <--- edit, I read your resolution, it's low so a 7750 would be OK but not the best if you want it to run games for the next 3 years. You'll have to lower settings in most high-end games to play them.

I would not trust a Zebronics power supply even though it's higher wattage with a 7770, but it's not my system, and it may work fine. But it may also fry the card and motherboard.

If you want to upgrade to a 7790 and to a newer power supply, that would be a good thing.

Your i5 CPU will handle any video card up to mid range and maybe upper mid range with no issues.


Who said he has an i5?


He did.

"Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A | "


Anyway most 7750's drain power from motherboard while 7770's require connectors. So for zebronics psu (as he said he cant afford a new) 7750 should be better


Which is exactly what I said hehe. Except then he said in a later post that he can buy a 7790 for about the same price as a 7770 and that he WOULD spend the money on a new power supply then for that faster card. Also with the goal of playing games for a few years, a 7750 is a bit too low end for that. Spending another $40-50 on a good 400 or 450 watt power supply is not too bad of an investment over 3 years.

Taking into account the i5 CPU, wanting to play games for a while in this system, a 7750 would be the cheapest and easiest upgrade but in the long run, not the best value.
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November 19, 2013 7:51:09 AM

hang-the-9 said:
miit123 said:
hang-the-9 said:
miit123 said:
hang-the-9 said:
The 7770 will NOT be bottlenecked by an i5 AT ALL. Not sure who posted that, but it's not true.

If you want a video card to run pretty modern games at over low settings, a 7750 will not do, unless you run at low resolutions. <--- edit, I read your resolution, it's low so a 7750 would be OK but not the best if you want it to run games for the next 3 years. You'll have to lower settings in most high-end games to play them.

I would not trust a Zebronics power supply even though it's higher wattage with a 7770, but it's not my system, and it may work fine. But it may also fry the card and motherboard.

If you want to upgrade to a 7790 and to a newer power supply, that would be a good thing.

Your i5 CPU will handle any video card up to mid range and maybe upper mid range with no issues.


Who said he has an i5?


He did.

"Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A | "


Anyway most 7750's drain power from motherboard while 7770's require connectors. So for zebronics psu (as he said he cant afford a new) 7750 should be better


Which is exactly what I said hehe. Except then he said in a later post that he can buy a 7790 for about the same price as a 7770 and that he WOULD spend the money on a new power supply then for that faster card. Also with the goal of playing games for a few years, a 7750 is a bit too low end for that. Spending another $40-50 on a good 400 or 450 watt power supply is not too bad of an investment over 3 years.

Taking into account the i5 CPU, wanting to play games for a while in this system, a 7750 would be the cheapest and easiest upgrade but in the long run, not the best value.


LOL! Anyway yeah but he was overbudgeted. All he can do now is upgrade a motherboard which support dual graphic (in future) and also upgrade the psu in future. So when he has some good amount of money to spend he will buy another graphic card and get a good crossfire xD .

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November 19, 2013 8:46:54 AM

expl0itfinder said:
+1 to hang-the-9, some misinformation has been given. The Zebronics PSU is risky, and even that is giving it a little too much credit. The i5 will not bottleneck with even most higher-end cards, let alone something as weak as a 7770. An HD 7750 struggled playing last-gen games, let alone next gen. Even at lower resolutions, your gameplay likely will not be optimal. Also, the wattage of the PSU isn't the only thing that matters. The Zebronics PSU may not even have the proper PCIe power connectors to drive anything higher than the 7750. Your best bet would be to save up a little more, and do a two-stage upgrade. A Seasonic 550W PSU would be more than enough, along with something a little more beefy, such as the R9-270X if it is available in your area. That should handle games at 1080p, medium-high settings, 60FPS for quite a while.


hang-the-9 said:
miit123 said:
hang-the-9 said:
miit123 said:
hang-the-9 said:
The 7770 will NOT be bottlenecked by an i5 AT ALL. Not sure who posted that, but it's not true.

If you want a video card to run pretty modern games at over low settings, a 7750 will not do, unless you run at low resolutions. <--- edit, I read your resolution, it's low so a 7750 would be OK but not the best if you want it to run games for the next 3 years. You'll have to lower settings in most high-end games to play them.

I would not trust a Zebronics power supply even though it's higher wattage with a 7770, but it's not my system, and it may work fine. But it may also fry the card and motherboard.

If you want to upgrade to a 7790 and to a newer power supply, that would be a good thing.

Your i5 CPU will handle any video card up to mid range and maybe upper mid range with no issues.


Who said he has an i5?


He did.

"Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A | "


Anyway most 7750's drain power from motherboard while 7770's require connectors. So for zebronics psu (as he said he cant afford a new) 7750 should be better


Which is exactly what I said hehe. Except then he said in a later post that he can buy a 7790 for about the same price as a 7770 and that he WOULD spend the money on a new power supply then for that faster card. Also with the goal of playing games for a few years, a 7750 is a bit too low end for that. Spending another $40-50 on a good 400 or 450 watt power supply is not too bad of an investment over 3 years.

Taking into account the i5 CPU, wanting to play games for a while in this system, a 7750 would be the cheapest and easiest upgrade but in the long run, not the best value.

Omg I was about to order a HD 7750...I am actually good at software and all but not in hardware as m just 16 years old..I am going to other state for studying for 3 years that's y I said I couldn't upgrade my GPU for 3 years... Another thing m selling my beloved galaxy s for graphic card so I won't be able to do anything after I buy graphic card which Is not worth for 3 years...so seeing my specs above what graphic card and PSU I should buy? I can only upgrade the two of them (the GPU and the PSU).. That's all ..and also give me the link to the GPU and PSU you are going to suggest me
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November 19, 2013 8:51:35 AM

hang-the-9 said:
miit123 said:
hang-the-9 said:
miit123 said:
hang-the-9 said:
The 7770 will NOT be bottlenecked by an i5 AT ALL. Not sure who posted that, but it's not true.

If you want a video card to run pretty modern games at over low settings, a 7750 will not do, unless you run at low resolutions. <--- edit, I read your resolution, it's low so a 7750 would be OK but not the best if you want it to run games for the next 3 years. You'll have to lower settings in most high-end games to play them.

I would not trust a Zebronics power supply even though it's higher wattage with a 7770, but it's not my system, and it may work fine. But it may also fry the card and motherboard.

If you want to upgrade to a 7790 and to a newer power supply, that would be a good thing.

Your i5 CPU will handle any video card up to mid range and maybe upper mid range with no issues.


Who said he has an i5?


He did.

"Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A | "


Anyway most 7750's drain power from motherboard while 7770's require connectors. So for zebronics psu (as he said he cant afford a new) 7750 should be better


Which is exactly what I said hehe. Except then he said in a later post that he can buy a 7790 for about the same price as a 7770 and that he WOULD spend the money on a new power supply then for that faster card. Also with the goal of playing games for a few years, a 7750 is a bit too low end for that. Spending another $40-50 on a good 400 or 450 watt power supply is not too bad of an investment over 3 years.

Taking into account the i5 CPU, wanting to play games for a while in this system, a 7750 would be the cheapest and easiest upgrade but in the long run, not the best value.

Omg I was about to order a HD 7750...I am actually good at software and all but not in hardware as m just 16 years old..I am going to other state for studying for 3 years that's y I said I couldn't upgrade my GPU for 3 years... Another thing m selling my beloved galaxy s for graphic card so I won't be able to do anything after I buy graphic card which Is not worth for 3 years...so seeing my specs above what graphic card and PSU I should buy? I can only upgrade the two of them (the GPU and the PSU).. That's all ..and also give me the link to the GPU and PSU you are going to suggest me
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November 19, 2013 9:15:01 AM

android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
miit123 said:
hang-the-9 said:
miit123 said:
hang-the-9 said:
The 7770 will NOT be bottlenecked by an i5 AT ALL. Not sure who posted that, but it's not true.

If you want a video card to run pretty modern games at over low settings, a 7750 will not do, unless you run at low resolutions. <--- edit, I read your resolution, it's low so a 7750 would be OK but not the best if you want it to run games for the next 3 years. You'll have to lower settings in most high-end games to play them.

I would not trust a Zebronics power supply even though it's higher wattage with a 7770, but it's not my system, and it may work fine. But it may also fry the card and motherboard.

If you want to upgrade to a 7790 and to a newer power supply, that would be a good thing.

Your i5 CPU will handle any video card up to mid range and maybe upper mid range with no issues.


Who said he has an i5?


He did.

"Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A | "


Anyway most 7750's drain power from motherboard while 7770's require connectors. So for zebronics psu (as he said he cant afford a new) 7750 should be better


Which is exactly what I said hehe. Except then he said in a later post that he can buy a 7790 for about the same price as a 7770 and that he WOULD spend the money on a new power supply then for that faster card. Also with the goal of playing games for a few years, a 7750 is a bit too low end for that. Spending another $40-50 on a good 400 or 450 watt power supply is not too bad of an investment over 3 years.

Taking into account the i5 CPU, wanting to play games for a while in this system, a 7750 would be the cheapest and easiest upgrade but in the long run, not the best value.

Omg I was about to order a HD 7750...I am actually good at software and all but not in hardware as m just 16 years old..I am going to other state for studying for 3 years that's y I said I couldn't upgrade my GPU for 3 years... Another thing m selling my beloved galaxy s for graphic card so I won't be able to do anything after I buy graphic card which Is not worth for 3 years...so seeing my specs above what graphic card and PSU I should buy? I can only upgrade the two of them (the GPU and the PSU).. That's all ..and also give me the link to the GPU and PSU you are going to suggest me


http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Builder-Series-Watt-CX430...

and gpu

http://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-Radeon-PCI-Express-Graph...
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November 19, 2013 9:16:13 AM

All around 9900. But it will be an awesome upgrade though.
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November 19, 2013 2:07:50 PM

I don't agree with that choice of graphics card. The 7770GHz is on it's last legs in terms of relevancy, and does not have very good bang for buck compared to the 7790, which is even cheaper than the 7770 listed above:

http://www.amazon.com/MSI-OC-DisplayPort-PCI-Express-R7...

The Corsair 430W is a solid PSU.
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November 19, 2013 6:13:35 PM

miit123 said:
android_ said:
hang-the-9 said:
miit123 said:
hang-the-9 said:
miit123 said:
hang-the-9 said:
The 7770 will NOT be bottlenecked by an i5 AT ALL. Not sure who posted that, but it's not true.

If you want a video card to run pretty modern games at over low settings, a 7750 will not do, unless you run at low resolutions. <--- edit, I read your resolution, it's low so a 7750 would be OK but not the best if you want it to run games for the next 3 years. You'll have to lower settings in most high-end games to play them.

I would not trust a Zebronics power supply even though it's higher wattage with a 7770, but it's not my system, and it may work fine. But it may also fry the card and motherboard.

If you want to upgrade to a 7790 and to a newer power supply, that would be a good thing.

Your i5 CPU will handle any video card up to mid range and maybe upper mid range with no issues.


Who said he has an i5?


He did.

"Hey mate here is my system specs..so should I go for HD 7770? The thing is that m not going to upgrade my GPU any further for at least 3 years and would like to play the upcoming games for 3 years!..
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A | "


Anyway most 7750's drain power from motherboard while 7770's require connectors. So for zebronics psu (as he said he cant afford a new) 7750 should be better


Which is exactly what I said hehe. Except then he said in a later post that he can buy a 7790 for about the same price as a 7770 and that he WOULD spend the money on a new power supply then for that faster card. Also with the goal of playing games for a few years, a 7750 is a bit too low end for that. Spending another $40-50 on a good 400 or 450 watt power supply is not too bad of an investment over 3 years.

Taking into account the i5 CPU, wanting to play games for a while in this system, a 7750 would be the cheapest and easiest upgrade but in the long run, not the best value.

Omg I was about to order a HD 7750...I am actually good at software and all but not in hardware as m just 16 years old..I am going to other state for studying for 3 years that's y I said I couldn't upgrade my GPU for 3 years... Another thing m selling my beloved galaxy s for graphic card so I won't be able to do anything after I buy graphic card which Is not worth for 3 years...so seeing my specs above what graphic card and PSU I should buy? I can only upgrade the two of them (the GPU and the PSU).. That's all ..and also give me the link to the GPU and PSU you are going to suggest me


http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Builder-Series-Watt-CX430...

and gpu

http://www.amazon.com/Sapphire-Radeon-PCI-Express-Graph...

Thanks once again friend

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November 19, 2013 6:18:19 PM

expl0itfinder said:
I don't agree with that choice of graphics card. The 7770GHz is on it's last legs in terms of relevancy, and does not have very good bang for buck compared to the 7790, which is even cheaper than the 7770 listed above:

http://www.amazon.com/MSI-OC-DisplayPort-PCI-Express-R7...

The Corsair 430W is a solid PSU.

Thanks friend..but m confused as There are many variants of HD 7790 and you suggested me the MSI version but I have read sapphire is better but its price is also too high...any other version of HD 7790 you would recommend? The main thing is it should be cool and a very little noisy!!thanks...BTW if u think MSI is good I will go for it :) 
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November 19, 2013 6:21:32 PM

Go for whichever is cheapest. The 7790 is a fairly low-end card, so pretty much any manufacturer will make a pretty good cooler for it. As for reliability, the card will no longer run games at playable framerates before it dies, so it will last a long time. Noise really shouldn't be an issue.
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November 19, 2013 6:52:30 PM

expl0itfinder said:
Go for whichever is cheapest. The 7790 is a fairly low-end card, so pretty much any manufacturer will make a pretty good cooler for it. As for reliability, the card will no longer run games at playable framerates before it dies, so it will last a long time. Noise really shouldn't be an issue.

What do you mean by it wouldn't run games at playable framerates?..:0
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a b U Graphics card
November 19, 2013 7:16:51 PM

I mean far in the future, when games become very graphically intensive. It was just to put emphasis on the longevity of these little cards.
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November 19, 2013 7:50:21 PM

expl0itfinder said:
I mean far in the future, when games become very graphically intensive. It was just to put emphasis on the longevity of these little cards.

Oh that's okay!!please help me..its my last question..the thing is how do i connect it as my CPU cabinet has one VGA,one HDMI,and one dvi,port but this card requires 2 dvi ports??..I am confused...
Please help
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November 19, 2013 8:45:45 PM

expl0itfinder said:
The card will occupy two PCie expansion slots that look like these:

http://archive.benchmarkreviews.com/images/reviews/case...

Maybe you didn't understand my question... I meant I have one VGA connector,one HDMI and one dvi connector..will these be sufficient for HD 7790 to work? I have stated above about my motherboard!!

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November 19, 2013 9:40:00 PM

android_ said:
expl0itfinder said:
I mean far in the future, when games become very graphically intensive. It was just to put emphasis on the longevity of these little cards.

Oh that's okay!!please help me..its my last question..the thing is how do i connect it as my CPU cabinet has one VGA,one HDMI,and one dvi,port but this card requires 2 dvi ports??..I am confused...
Please help


Card does not require anything. It just requires the expansion slots of cabinet. (the black(or anything upon your cabinet)Slots that can be removed with screwdriver or fingers if they are thumb screws. Remove two of them. Now you will get some empty space. Insert the graphic card in the motherboard and slide the front side of graphic card near the cabinet. Now you should be getting what they (and I) are saying.
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November 20, 2013 3:16:00 AM

android_ said:
expl0itfinder said:
The card will occupy two PCie expansion slots that look like these:

http://archive.benchmarkreviews.com/images/reviews/case...

Maybe you didn't understand my question... I meant I have one VGA connector,one HDMI and one dvi connector..will these be sufficient for HD 7790 to work? I have stated above about my motherboard!!



Oh! Sorry, I did misunderstand that. And yes, the 7790 supports DVI and HDMI, although I highly recommend DVI. VGA is no longer relevant, as DVI does everything it did, and it does it better.
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November 20, 2013 5:08:28 AM

expl0itfinder said:
android_ said:
expl0itfinder said:
The card will occupy two PCie expansion slots that look like these:

http://archive.benchmarkreviews.com/images/reviews/case...

Maybe you didn't understand my question... I meant I have one VGA connector,one HDMI and one dvi connector..will these be sufficient for HD 7790 to work? I have stated above about my motherboard!!



Oh! Sorry, I did misunderstand that. And yes, the 7790 supports DVI and HDMI, although I highly recommend DVI. VGA is no longer relevant, as DVI does everything it did, and it does it better.

Here is my back panel of my CPU cabinet https://m.ak.fbcdn.net/sphotos-e.ak/hphotos-ak-prn2/139...
Do u think its compatible? Or I even have to change my cabinet?as HD 7790 requires 2dvi ,1HDMI and 1 display port???
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November 20, 2013 5:12:43 AM

https://m.ak.fbcdn.net/sphotos-e.ak/hphotos-ak-prn2/139...
miit123 said:
android_ said:
expl0itfinder said:
I mean far in the future, when games become very graphically intensive. It was just to put emphasis on the longevity of these little cards.

Oh that's okay!!please help me..its my last question..the thing is how do i connect it as my CPU cabinet has one VGA,one HDMI,and one dvi,port but this card requires 2 dvi ports??..I am confused...
Please help


Card does not require anything. It just requires the expansion slots of cabinet. (the black(or anything upon your cabinet)Slots that can be removed with screwdriver or fingers if they are thumb screws. Remove two of them. Now you will get some empty space. Insert the graphic card in the motherboard and slide the front side of graphic card near the cabinet. Now you should be getting what they (and I) are saying.

Is my cabinet enough as HD 7790 requires 2dvi ,1 HDMI and one display port....

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November 20, 2013 5:18:59 AM

android_ said:
https://m.ak.fbcdn.net/sphotos-e.ak/hphotos-ak-prn2/139...
miit123 said:
android_ said:
expl0itfinder said:
I mean far in the future, when games become very graphically intensive. It was just to put emphasis on the longevity of these little cards.

Oh that's okay!!please help me..its my last question..the thing is how do i connect it as my CPU cabinet has one VGA,one HDMI,and one dvi,port but this card requires 2 dvi ports??..I am confused...
Please help


Card does not require anything. It just requires the expansion slots of cabinet. (the black(or anything upon your cabinet)Slots that can be removed with screwdriver or fingers if they are thumb screws. Remove two of them. Now you will get some empty space. Insert the graphic card in the motherboard and slide the front side of graphic card near the cabinet. Now you should be getting what they (and I) are saying.

Is my cabinet enough as HD 7790 requires 2dvi ,1 HDMI and one display port....



Cards do not depend on cabinet. 7790 does not require any kind of port. Your cabinet only needs two expansion slots ( see what are expansion slots in the pic that oxploitfinder said.)
So it will work. No worries.
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November 20, 2013 5:33:55 AM

miit123 said:
android_ said:
https://m.ak.fbcdn.net/sphotos-e.ak/hphotos-ak-prn2/139...
miit123 said:
android_ said:
expl0itfinder said:
I mean far in the future, when games become very graphically intensive. It was just to put emphasis on the longevity of these little cards.

Oh that's okay!!please help me..its my last question..the thing is how do i connect it as my CPU cabinet has one VGA,one HDMI,and one dvi,port but this card requires 2 dvi ports??..I am confused...
Please help


Card does not require anything. It just requires the expansion slots of cabinet. (the black(or anything upon your cabinet)Slots that can be removed with screwdriver or fingers if they are thumb screws. Remove two of them. Now you will get some empty space. Insert the graphic card in the motherboard and slide the front side of graphic card near the cabinet. Now you should be getting what they (and I) are saying.

Is my cabinet enough as HD 7790 requires 2dvi ,1 HDMI and one display port....



Cards do not depend on cabinet. 7790 does not require any kind of port. Your cabinet only needs two expansion slots ( see what are expansion slots in the pic that oxploitfinder said.)
So it will work. No worries.

There is nothing like the pic in my cabinet ..I don't know what is 2 expansion slot!!should I give more pic of my cabinet?
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