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

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

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  1. You should be fine, make sure you have those PCI 6 pin connectors (which i'm sure you would).
  2. 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
  3. The gfx card is PCI-Express 2.0
    Whereas your motherboard is 1.1
  4. 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
  5. Of course it is possible, you'll be fine in that context.
    It will surely 'work' with your rig.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. 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.
  11. 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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