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radeon hd 7750 or r7 250 for pci e 1.1 slot and a generic 400 watt psu ??

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January 24, 2014 10:15:34 AM

hey guys,little problem here..the radeon hd 7750 is compatible with pci e 1.1 and yes we all have heard glorious things about power consumption of this card..but after release of radeon r7 250 ...i'm little bit confused between these 2 cards .r7 250 is loaded with new features and ofcourse mantle but i don't know about its compatiblity with pci e 1.1 and with a generic 400watt psu i don't know it will survive or not ...so lil bit confused here ....i've intel dg41rq mobo (i'm quite sure its pci e 1.1) and a generic 400 watt psu
January 24, 2014 10:20:44 AM

which card should i choose . I've heard that the newer the card is ,the higher the chances of its compatiblity issues with pci e slot arises. Is it true for amd cards
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January 24, 2014 11:06:04 AM

harshbhati15987gmailcom said:
which card should i choose . I've heard that the newer the card is ,the higher the chances of its compatiblity issues with pci e slot arises. Is it true for amd cards


HD 7750 is 10% faster than R7 250 . So go for HD 7750
Both cards need no additional power connectors , just pci-e x16 slot . 400W should be enough
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January 24, 2014 9:39:50 PM

is there any compatiblity issue of r7 250 with pci e 1.1 slot ...i'm with r7 250 now cause it has got a whole lot of new features like directx 11.2 open gl 4.3 and 'mantle' ...i've seen benchmarks and they clearly shows r7 250 is more powerful in new games due to its new features ...i just need a confirmation wheather it will be supported ay a pci e 1.1 and a 400 watt non-branded generic psu .
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January 25, 2014 8:10:37 AM

harshbhati15987gmailcom said:
is there any compatiblity issue of r7 250 with pci e 1.1 slot ...i'm with r7 250 now cause it has got a whole lot of new features like directx 11.2 open gl 4.3 and 'mantle' ...i've seen benchmarks and they clearly shows r7 250 is more powerful in new games due to its new features ...i just need a confirmation wheather it will be supported ay a pci e 1.1 and a 400 watt non-branded generic psu .


R7 250 draws up to 65W and needs only pci-e slot. It should work in pci-e 1.1 slot of the same length x16 (!) - due to pci-e backward compatibility .Of course , there is no 100% warranty .
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January 28, 2014 9:47:15 AM

click this link and see this pic-www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.legitreviews.co...


does that gpu-z screenshot means that hd 7750 is running on pci-e 1.1*16
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