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Speeds & Feeds of ATI RADEON HD 5570 GRAPHICS CARD

Engine clock speed: 650 MHz
Processing power (single precision): 520 GigaFLOPS
Polygon throughput: 650M polygons/sec
Data fetch rate (32-bit): 52 billion fetches/sec
Texel fill rate (bilinear filtered): 13 Gigatexels/sec
Pixel fill rate: 5.2 Gigapixels/sec
Anti-aliased pixel fill rate: 20.8 Gigasamples/sec
Memory clock speed:
DDR3: 900 MHz
GDDR5: 900-1000 MHz
Memory data rate:
DDR3: 1.8 Gbps
GDDR5: 3.6-4.0 Gbps
Memory bandwidth:
DDR3: 28.8 GB/s
GDDR5: 57.6-64 GB/s
Maximum board power: 39 Watts

IM planning to buy this one my motherboard is H-I41-uATX (Eton). Is it compatible with 250w psu?
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  1. Unfortunately, that Graphics Card will not work with your Power Supply

    Radeon HD 5570 - 24A and a 350W PSU minimum

    You currently have 250w which is not enough to run the card, I would suggest getting a new Power Supply in order to run this card

    HERE is a recommendation for an affordable Power Supply from a reliable brand
  2. NerdyComputerGuy said:
    Unfortunately, that Graphics Card will not work with your Power Supply

    Radeon HD 5570 - 24A and a 350W PSU minimum

    You currently have 250w which is not enough to run the card, I would suggest getting a new Power Supply in order to run this card

    HERE is a recommendation for an affordable Power Supply from a reliable brand


    these are the words said by an expert is he right or wrong???
    plz help me friends
    jessterman21
    November 5, 2011 12:25:00 AM
    jessterman21

    Graphics card Authority
    a b U

    No - just get the 5670 - it draws only 65w max - it also runs on 250w PSUs. Though it's really only good for smaller resolutions and up to high settings in games
  3. NerdyComputerGuy said:
    Unfortunately, that Graphics Card will not work with your Power Supply

    Radeon HD 5570 - 24A and a 350W PSU minimum

    You currently have 250w which is not enough to run the card, I would suggest getting a new Power Supply in order to run this card

    HERE is a recommendation for an affordable Power Supply from a reliable brand


    another expert said this is he right or wrong plz help me?????
    wa1
    November 8, 2011 5:13:05 PM
    wa1

    Graphics card Master
    a c 189 U

    Do not worry, both 4670 or 5670 will work just fine on 250W PSU... :)
    Core 2 Duo E6300 1.8 GHz (OC at 3.0 GHz) / Zigmatek HDT S1283 CPU Cooler / Gigabyte GA 965P-DS3 Motherboard / 2x1 GB DDR2 800 RAM / 2x160 GB Seagate HDDs / SilverStone ST50F 500W PSU / HIS IceQ HD 5830 1 GB DDR5 / 42" LG Monitor (Little Dinosaur)
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  4. NerdyComputerGuy said:
    Unfortunately, that Graphics Card will not work with your Power Supply

    Radeon HD 5570 - 24A and a 350W PSU minimum

    You currently have 250w which is not enough to run the card, I would suggest getting a new Power Supply in order to run this card

    HERE is a recommendation for an affordable Power Supply from a reliable brand


    here is the conversation between two guys.IS THE EXPERT HERE SAYS RIGHT OR WRONG PLZ HELP ME ??????

    master-X
    November 7, 2011 1:26:19 AM
    master-X

    I got absolutely the same HP computer as listed above, but the only difference is that my computer has 250W power supply. Which graphic card could you recommend to buy for new games? Thank you fro your help!

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    jyjjy
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  5. NerdyComputerGuy said:
    Unfortunately, that Graphics Card will not work with your Power Supply

    Radeon HD 5570 - 24A and a 350W PSU minimum

    You currently have 250w which is not enough to run the card, I would suggest getting a new Power Supply in order to run this card

    HERE is a recommendation for an affordable Power Supply from a reliable brand


    SIR PLEASE SUGGEST ME A GOOD GRAPHICS CARD WHICH IS COMPATIBLE WITH MY 250W PSU PLZ REPLY
  6. Best answer
    The 5570 uses very little power, even less than a 7750. It will probably run fine with a 250w PSU. At least the mobo doesn't use an AMD processor.

    The 5570 is a very weak card though. If you want anything better, your going to have to get a better PSU as well (above 400w)
  7. huilun02 said:
    The 5570 uses very little power, even less than a 7750. It will probably run fine with a 250w PSU. At least the mobo doesn't use an AMD processor.

    The 5570 is a very weak card though. If you want anything better, your going to have to get a better PSU as well (above 400w)


    SO CAN I BUY IT FOR MY 250W PSU ? PLZ HELP
  8. huilun02 said:
    The 5570 uses very little power, even less than a 7750. It will probably run fine with a 250w PSU. At least the mobo doesn't use an AMD processor.

    The 5570 is a very weak card though. If you want anything better, your going to have to get a better PSU as well (above 400w)


    SIR YOU ARE RIGHT IT REQUIRES MAXIMUM BOARD POWER : 39 WATTS SO CAN I GO FOR IT CAN I BUY IT FOR 250 WATTS PSU THE FOLLOWING ARE THE SPECIFICATIONS
    Memory clock speed:

    DDR3: 900 MHz
    GDDR5: 900-1000 MHz

    Memory data rate:

    DDR3: 1.8 Gbps
    GDDR5: 3.6-4.0 Gbps

    Memory bandwidth:

    DDR3: 28.8 GB/s
    GDDR5: 57.6-64 GB/s

    Maximum board power: 39 Watts
  9. Yeah go ahead and buy it. But no one is able to garuntee it works flawlessly because 250w is still below the recommended requirement of 350w.
  10. best friend said:
    huilun02 said:
    The 5570 uses very little power, even less than a 7750. It will probably run fine with a 250w PSU. At least the mobo doesn't use an AMD processor.

    The 5570 is a very weak card though. If you want anything better, your going to have to get a better PSU as well (above 400w)


    SIR YOU ARE RIGHT IT REQUIRES MAXIMUM BOARD POWER : 39 WATTS SO CAN I GO FOR IT CAN I BUY IT FOR 250 WATTS PSU THE FOLLOWING ARE THE SPECIFICATIONS
    Memory clock speed:

    DDR3: 900 MHz
    GDDR5: 900-1000 MHz

    Memory data rate:

    DDR3: 1.8 Gbps
    GDDR5: 3.6-4.0 Gbps

    Memory bandwidth:

    DDR3: 28.8 GB/s
    GDDR5: 57.6-64 GB/s

    Maximum board power: 39 Watts


    First of all, please stop using Capital Letters as it makes the thread look cluttered

    The recommend requirements for running the card is 350w, Could you give us the exact Power Supply Model? or a picture of the information on the Power Supply?

    We need to know if you have enough amps on the +12 volt rail to run the card

    Also, your under the required limit, even if you can fit it in with the amount of watts that you have you risk the Power Supply blowing up, to be on the safe side it is recommended to go and get a quality Power Supply like the one I suggested in my last post otherwise you are potentially risking your PSU's life
  11. NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    huilun02 said:
    The 5570 uses very little power, even less than a 7750. It will probably run fine with a 250w PSU. At least the mobo doesn't use an AMD processor.

    The 5570 is a very weak card though. If you want anything better, your going to have to get a better PSU as well (above 400w)


    SIR YOU ARE RIGHT IT REQUIRES MAXIMUM BOARD POWER : 39 WATTS SO CAN I GO FOR IT CAN I BUY IT FOR 250 WATTS PSU THE FOLLOWING ARE THE SPECIFICATIONS
    Memory clock speed:

    DDR3: 900 MHz
    GDDR5: 900-1000 MHz

    Memory data rate:

    DDR3: 1.8 Gbps
    GDDR5: 3.6-4.0 Gbps

    Memory bandwidth:

    DDR3: 28.8 GB/s
    GDDR5: 57.6-64 GB/s

    Maximum board power: 39 Watts


    First of all, please stop using Capital Letters as it makes the thread look cluttered

    The recommend requirements for running the card is 350w, Could you give us the exact Power Supply Model? or a picture of the information on the Power Supply?

    We need to know if you have enough amps on the +12 volt rail to run the card

    Also, your under the required limit, even if you can fit it in with the amount of watts that you have you risk the Power Supply blowing up, to be on the safe side it is recommended to go and get a quality Power Supply like the one I suggested in my last post otherwise you are potentially risking your PSU's life



    can u suggest me any other graphic cards which are compatible with 250 watts PSU please help me
    can i go for ati radeon hd 4650 i need ur help
  12. Hopeless. I'm abandoning this thread.
  13. best friend said:
    NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    huilun02 said:
    The 5570 uses very little power, even less than a 7750. It will probably run fine with a 250w PSU. At least the mobo doesn't use an AMD processor.

    The 5570 is a very weak card though. If you want anything better, your going to have to get a better PSU as well (above 400w)


    SIR YOU ARE RIGHT IT REQUIRES MAXIMUM BOARD POWER : 39 WATTS SO CAN I GO FOR IT CAN I BUY IT FOR 250 WATTS PSU THE FOLLOWING ARE THE SPECIFICATIONS
    Memory clock speed:

    DDR3: 900 MHz
    GDDR5: 900-1000 MHz

    Memory data rate:

    DDR3: 1.8 Gbps
    GDDR5: 3.6-4.0 Gbps

    Memory bandwidth:

    DDR3: 28.8 GB/s
    GDDR5: 57.6-64 GB/s

    Maximum board power: 39 Watts


    First of all, please stop using Capital Letters as it makes the thread look cluttered

    The recommend requirements for running the card is 350w, Could you give us the exact Power Supply Model? or a picture of the information on the Power Supply?

    We need to know if you have enough amps on the +12 volt rail to run the card

    Also, your under the required limit, even if you can fit it in with the amount of watts that you have you risk the Power Supply blowing up, to be on the safe side it is recommended to go and get a quality Power Supply like the one I suggested in my last post otherwise you are potentially risking your PSU's life



    can u suggest me any other graphic cards which are compatible with 250 watts PSU please help me
    can i go for ati radeon hd 4650 i need ur help


    Sorry,

    Radeon 4650 - 24A and a 350-400W PSU minimum



    I think it is time to upgrade your Power Supply as the lowest wattage required which I've seen for all the GPU's I've seen is 300w or greater

    HERE
    is a webpage displaying the amps needed on the +12 volt rail and the amount of wattage required to run the cards
  14. NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    huilun02 said:
    The 5570 uses very little power, even less than a 7750. It will probably run fine with a 250w PSU. At least the mobo doesn't use an AMD processor.

    The 5570 is a very weak card though. If you want anything better, your going to have to get a better PSU as well (above 400w)


    SIR YOU ARE RIGHT IT REQUIRES MAXIMUM BOARD POWER : 39 WATTS SO CAN I GO FOR IT CAN I BUY IT FOR 250 WATTS PSU THE FOLLOWING ARE THE SPECIFICATIONS
    Memory clock speed:

    DDR3: 900 MHz
    GDDR5: 900-1000 MHz

    Memory data rate:

    DDR3: 1.8 Gbps
    GDDR5: 3.6-4.0 Gbps

    Memory bandwidth:

    DDR3: 28.8 GB/s
    GDDR5: 57.6-64 GB/s

    Maximum board power: 39 Watts


    First of all, please stop using Capital Letters as it makes the thread look cluttered

    The recommend requirements for running the card is 350w, Could you give us the exact Power Supply Model? or a picture of the information on the Power Supply?

    We need to know if you have enough amps on the +12 volt rail to run the card

    Also, your under the required limit, even if you can fit it in with the amount of watts that you have you risk the Power Supply blowing up, to be on the safe side it is recommended to go and get a quality Power Supply like the one I suggested in my last post otherwise you are potentially risking your PSU's life



    can u suggest me any other graphic cards which are compatible with 250 watts PSU please help me
    can i go for ati radeon hd 4650 i need ur help


    Sorry,

    Radeon 4650 - 24A and a 350-400W PSU minimum



    I think it is time to upgrade your Power Supply as the lowest wattage required which I've seen for all the GPU's I've seen is 300w or greater

    HERE
    is a webpage displaying the amps needed on the +12 volt rail and the amount of wattage required to run the cards


    i have opened the pc and my psu is bestec model ATX-250-12Z H5R
    OUTPUT +12V / 14A
    250W MAX +5V / 25A
    +3.3V / 18A
    now plz suggest me atleast can i go for radeon hd 4550 graphics card or not with this 250w psu plz help me mine is DDR3
    5450 also dont have cooling fan does it consume less power??? can i go for it
  15. best friend said:
    NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    huilun02 said:
    The 5570 uses very little power, even less than a 7750. It will probably run fine with a 250w PSU. At least the mobo doesn't use an AMD processor.

    The 5570 is a very weak card though. If you want anything better, your going to have to get a better PSU as well (above 400w)


    SIR YOU ARE RIGHT IT REQUIRES MAXIMUM BOARD POWER : 39 WATTS SO CAN I GO FOR IT CAN I BUY IT FOR 250 WATTS PSU THE FOLLOWING ARE THE SPECIFICATIONS
    Memory clock speed:

    DDR3: 900 MHz
    GDDR5: 900-1000 MHz

    Memory data rate:

    DDR3: 1.8 Gbps
    GDDR5: 3.6-4.0 Gbps

    Memory bandwidth:

    DDR3: 28.8 GB/s
    GDDR5: 57.6-64 GB/s

    Maximum board power: 39 Watts


    First of all, please stop using Capital Letters as it makes the thread look cluttered

    The recommend requirements for running the card is 350w, Could you give us the exact Power Supply Model? or a picture of the information on the Power Supply?

    We need to know if you have enough amps on the +12 volt rail to run the card

    Also, your under the required limit, even if you can fit it in with the amount of watts that you have you risk the Power Supply blowing up, to be on the safe side it is recommended to go and get a quality Power Supply like the one I suggested in my last post otherwise you are potentially risking your PSU's life



    can u suggest me any other graphic cards which are compatible with 250 watts PSU please help me
    can i go for ati radeon hd 4650 i need ur help


    Sorry,

    Radeon 4650 - 24A and a 350-400W PSU minimum



    I think it is time to upgrade your Power Supply as the lowest wattage required which I've seen for all the GPU's I've seen is 300w or greater

    HERE
    is a webpage displaying the amps needed on the +12 volt rail and the amount of wattage required to run the cards


    i have opened the pc and my psu is bestec model ATX-250-12Z H5R
    OUTPUT +12V / 14A
    250W MAX +5V / 25A
    +3.3V / 18A
    now plz suggest me atleast can i go for radeon hd 4550 graphics card or not with this 250w psu plz help me mine is DDR3
    5450 also dont have cooling fan does it consume less power??? can i go for it


    There currently isn't any Graphics Card which runs at 14 amps or below so your out of luck, only advice I can give is to get a new power supply as there is pretty much no GPU that is compatible with your computer
  16. NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    huilun02 said:
    The 5570 uses very little power, even less than a 7750. It will probably run fine with a 250w PSU. At least the mobo doesn't use an AMD processor.

    The 5570 is a very weak card though. If you want anything better, your going to have to get a better PSU as well (above 400w)


    SIR YOU ARE RIGHT IT REQUIRES MAXIMUM BOARD POWER : 39 WATTS SO CAN I GO FOR IT CAN I BUY IT FOR 250 WATTS PSU THE FOLLOWING ARE THE SPECIFICATIONS
    Memory clock speed:

    DDR3: 900 MHz
    GDDR5: 900-1000 MHz

    Memory data rate:

    DDR3: 1.8 Gbps
    GDDR5: 3.6-4.0 Gbps

    Memory bandwidth:

    DDR3: 28.8 GB/s
    GDDR5: 57.6-64 GB/s

    Maximum board power: 39 Watts


    First of all, please stop using Capital Letters as it makes the thread look cluttered

    The recommend requirements for running the card is 350w, Could you give us the exact Power Supply Model? or a picture of the information on the Power Supply?

    We need to know if you have enough amps on the +12 volt rail to run the card

    Also, your under the required limit, even if you can fit it in with the amount of watts that you have you risk the Power Supply blowing up, to be on the safe side it is recommended to go and get a quality Power Supply like the one I suggested in my last post otherwise you are potentially risking your PSU's life



    can u suggest me any other graphic cards which are compatible with 250 watts PSU please help me
    can i go for ati radeon hd 4650 i need ur help


    Sorry,

    Radeon 4650 - 24A and a 350-400W PSU minimum



    I think it is time to upgrade your Power Supply as the lowest wattage required which I've seen for all the GPU's I've seen is 300w or greater

    HERE
    is a webpage displaying the amps needed on the +12 volt rail and the amount of wattage required to run the cards


    i have opened the pc and my psu is bestec model ATX-250-12Z H5R
    OUTPUT +12V / 14A
    250W MAX +5V / 25A
    +3.3V / 18A
    now plz suggest me atleast can i go for radeon hd 4550 graphics card or not with this 250w psu plz help me mine is DDR3
    5450 also dont have cooling fan does it consume less power??? can i go for it


    There currently isn't any Graphics Card which runs at 14 amps or below so your out of luck, only advice I can give is to get a new power supply as there is pretty much no power supply that is compatible with your computer



    can i go for this psu refer to the link
    http://www.flipkart.com/corsair-vs450-450-watt-psu/p/itmdbfa3kaffmum3?pid=PSUDBF9ZBHSJVGJ8&ref=fe1e1e7e-e8b7-4d42-931f-f32308b468a0
    IS it compatible with my desktop pc and motherboard plz help me
  17. best friend said:
    NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    huilun02 said:
    The 5570 uses very little power, even less than a 7750. It will probably run fine with a 250w PSU. At least the mobo doesn't use an AMD processor.

    The 5570 is a very weak card though. If you want anything better, your going to have to get a better PSU as well (above 400w)


    SIR YOU ARE RIGHT IT REQUIRES MAXIMUM BOARD POWER : 39 WATTS SO CAN I GO FOR IT CAN I BUY IT FOR 250 WATTS PSU THE FOLLOWING ARE THE SPECIFICATIONS
    Memory clock speed:

    DDR3: 900 MHz
    GDDR5: 900-1000 MHz

    Memory data rate:

    DDR3: 1.8 Gbps
    GDDR5: 3.6-4.0 Gbps

    Memory bandwidth:

    DDR3: 28.8 GB/s
    GDDR5: 57.6-64 GB/s

    Maximum board power: 39 Watts


    First of all, please stop using Capital Letters as it makes the thread look cluttered

    The recommend requirements for running the card is 350w, Could you give us the exact Power Supply Model? or a picture of the information on the Power Supply?

    We need to know if you have enough amps on the +12 volt rail to run the card

    Also, your under the required limit, even if you can fit it in with the amount of watts that you have you risk the Power Supply blowing up, to be on the safe side it is recommended to go and get a quality Power Supply like the one I suggested in my last post otherwise you are potentially risking your PSU's life



    can u suggest me any other graphic cards which are compatible with 250 watts PSU please help me
    can i go for ati radeon hd 4650 i need ur help


    Sorry,

    Radeon 4650 - 24A and a 350-400W PSU minimum



    I think it is time to upgrade your Power Supply as the lowest wattage required which I've seen for all the GPU's I've seen is 300w or greater

    HERE
    is a webpage displaying the amps needed on the +12 volt rail and the amount of wattage required to run the cards


    i have opened the pc and my psu is bestec model ATX-250-12Z H5R
    OUTPUT +12V / 14A
    250W MAX +5V / 25A
    +3.3V / 18A
    now plz suggest me atleast can i go for radeon hd 4550 graphics card or not with this 250w psu plz help me mine is DDR3
    5450 also dont have cooling fan does it consume less power??? can i go for it


    There currently isn't any Graphics Card which runs at 14 amps or below so your out of luck, only advice I can give is to get a new power supply as there is pretty much no power supply that is compatible with your computer



    can i go for this psu refer to the link
    http://www.flipkart.com/corsair-vs450-450-watt-psu/p/itmdbfa3kaffmum3?pid=PSUDBF9ZBHSJVGJ8&ref=fe1e1e7e-e8b7-4d42-931f-f32308b468a0
    IS it compatible with my desktop pc and motherboard plz help me


    Awesome choice, Yes it will be compatible with your computer and allow you to get very powerful Graphics Cards :D
  18. NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    NerdyComputerGuy said:
    best friend said:
    huilun02 said:
    The 5570 uses very little power, even less than a 7750. It will probably run fine with a 250w PSU. At least the mobo doesn't use an AMD processor.

    The 5570 is a very weak card though. If you want anything better, your going to have to get a better PSU as well (above 400w)


    SIR YOU ARE RIGHT IT REQUIRES MAXIMUM BOARD POWER : 39 WATTS SO CAN I GO FOR IT CAN I BUY IT FOR 250 WATTS PSU THE FOLLOWING ARE THE SPECIFICATIONS
    Memory clock speed:

    DDR3: 900 MHz
    GDDR5: 900-1000 MHz

    Memory data rate:

    DDR3: 1.8 Gbps
    GDDR5: 3.6-4.0 Gbps

    Memory bandwidth:

    DDR3: 28.8 GB/s
    GDDR5: 57.6-64 GB/s

    Maximum board power: 39 Watts


    First of all, please stop using Capital Letters as it makes the thread look cluttered

    The recommend requirements for running the card is 350w, Could you give us the exact Power Supply Model? or a picture of the information on the Power Supply?

    We need to know if you have enough amps on the +12 volt rail to run the card

    Also, your under the required limit, even if you can fit it in with the amount of watts that you have you risk the Power Supply blowing up, to be on the safe side it is recommended to go and get a quality Power Supply like the one I suggested in my last post otherwise you are potentially risking your PSU's life



    can u suggest me any other graphic cards which are compatible with 250 watts PSU please help me
    can i go for ati radeon hd 4650 i need ur help


    Sorry,

    Radeon 4650 - 24A and a 350-400W PSU minimum



    I think it is time to upgrade your Power Supply as the lowest wattage required which I've seen for all the GPU's I've seen is 300w or greater

    HERE
    is a webpage displaying the amps needed on the +12 volt rail and the amount of wattage required to run the cards


    i have opened the pc and my psu is bestec model ATX-250-12Z H5R
    OUTPUT +12V / 14A
    250W MAX +5V / 25A
    +3.3V / 18A
    now plz suggest me atleast can i go for radeon hd 4550 graphics card or not with this 250w psu plz help me mine is DDR3
    5450 also dont have cooling fan does it consume less power??? can i go for it


    There currently isn't any Graphics Card which runs at 14 amps or below so your out of luck, only advice I can give is to get a new power supply as there is pretty much no power supply that is compatible with your computer



    can i go for this psu refer to the link
    http://www.flipkart.com/corsair-vs450-450-watt-psu/p/itmdbfa3kaffmum3?pid=PSUDBF9ZBHSJVGJ8&ref=fe1e1e7e-e8b7-4d42-931f-f32308b468a0
    IS it compatible with my desktop pc and motherboard plz help me


    Awesome choice, Yes it will be compatible with your computer and allow you to get very powerful Graphics Cards :D



    with this corsair psu can i go for hd 6570 graphics card or not
    hd 6570 is ddr5 128bit is it compatible for my ddr3 64bit?????
    plz help sir its a request
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