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will gainward 610gt 2gb run on 450w generic psu all power supply connectors used already?

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December 17, 2013 3:17:01 AM

I am gonna tell you

my spec
dual core 3.00 e5700
2 hard disk westen digital 500+500 = 1TB
one optical drive
motherboard p5g41c-m lx
one additional fan

will I able to run that graphic card

http://www.gainward.com/main/vgapro.php?id=875

I don't need for high gaming don't suggest me that card is sucks lol simply answer my question

December 17, 2013 4:14:00 AM

You should be fine, make sure you have those PCI 6 pin connectors (which i'm sure you would).
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December 17, 2013 5:46:26 AM

varundbest said:
You should be fine, make sure you have those PCI 6 pin connectors (which i'm sure you would).


bro I have explained my mobo model could you check please if you have doubt
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December 18, 2013 12:54:16 AM

The gfx card is PCI-Express 2.0
Whereas your motherboard is 1.1
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December 18, 2013 2:04:57 AM

varundbest said:
The gfx card is PCI-Express 2.0
Whereas your motherboard is 1.1



I know but my mobo having pci-e x16 slot I think its support pci express 2.0 and 3.0 and 2.1 also tell me it can be possible or not


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December 18, 2013 4:28:27 AM

Of course it is possible, you'll be fine in that context.
It will surely 'work' with your rig.
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a b ) Power supply
December 18, 2013 4:41:42 AM

the 610 hardly uses 30W; it won't need a 6 pin PCIe connector.
@OP
If you can afford it, get a 7750 instead. It should work with your PC as well. It is much(MUCH) stronger than the 610.
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a b ) Power supply
December 18, 2013 5:18:44 AM

Presler said:
You won't have any problem with your mobo as well as your power supply with either 610 or 7750.


Only problem is that the 610 is a waste of money.
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December 18, 2013 6:30:37 AM

cst1992 said:
Presler said:
You won't have any problem with your mobo as well as your power supply with either 610 or 7750.


Only problem is that the 610 is a waste of money.


don't suggest me that card is waste lol

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December 18, 2013 6:36:43 AM

cst1992 said:
the 610 hardly uses 30W; it won't need a 6 pin PCIe connector.
@OP
If you can afford it, get a 7750 instead. It should work with your PC as well. It is much(MUCH) stronger than the 610.



I can afford it that's why I prefer 610 gt I know that card is waste I already know 7750 100% times better but I wanna card for small games gta sa nfsc nfsu2 max out driver parallel lines not heavy gamer if I have money why should I prefer that card lol I prefer 7750 thanks for suggest

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a b ) Power supply
December 18, 2013 9:17:24 AM

Is this your first graphics card?
Then if you can afford it, I strongly suggest the 7750.
I am a person with a similar case as yours, I got a 210(think of it as predecessor of the 610) and I'm repenting for it.
The 7750 is not very pricy; the HIS and PowerColor for $89.99 on newegg(if you live in the US; other countries may have different pricing) whereas the 610 is $44.99 so basically double the price. But the performance in a game is close to 5 times.
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December 18, 2013 6:47:02 PM

cst1992 said:
Is this your first graphics card?
Then if you can afford it, I strongly suggest the 7750.
I am a person with a similar case as yours, I got a 210(think of it as predecessor of the 610) and I'm repenting for it.
The 7750 is not very pricy; the HIS and PowerColor for $89.99 on newegg(if you live in the US; other countries may have different pricing) whereas the 610 is $44.99 so basically double the price. But the performance in a game is close to 5 times.




lolz by mistake I wrote I can afford it instead of I cant lol my friend I cant afford it I am living in india its very high price for me sorry by mistake I wrote wrong I can instead of I cant sorry for written wrongly
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