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January 28, 2014 1:07:56 PM

Hi Guys,

I dont really know much about PC's and im trying to upgrade my graphics card.

Can someone please let me know if this graphics card:

http://www.kikatek.com/P302503/11201-20-20G-Sapphire-Te...

Will fit this PC :

http://h20565.www2.hp.com/portal/site/hpsc/template.PAG...

Any help will be much appreciated

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January 28, 2014 1:16:33 PM

It should. Card dimensions are: 8.66" x 4.33" x 1.38" and the motherboard in your pc is 9.6"x9.6" So it shouldnt overhang the motherboard or interfere with bay slots.
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January 28, 2014 1:18:26 PM

Yes you should have no problem with that card fitting into your PC, its only 8.66" x 4.33" x 1.38" which is very small as far as graphics cards go.
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January 28, 2014 1:20:14 PM

There is an echo in here lol
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January 28, 2014 1:24:00 PM

OllieOxenFree said:
There is an echo in here lol


Yeah your post wasn't there when i started typing but i noticed it was there after i hit reply. Sorry for the duplicate!
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January 28, 2014 1:24:44 PM

Yep that board and case are a micro ATX and the 7770 will have no problem fitting in a micro ATX board/case

EDIT: Just make sure to upgrade your power supply to 500W right now it is at 300
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January 28, 2014 1:26:40 PM

OllieOxenFree said:
It should. Card dimensions are: 8.66" x 4.33" x 1.38" and the motherboard in your pc is 9.6"x9.6" So it shouldnt overhang the motherboard or interfere with bay slots.



Will it work with the PC tho? Like do all the other specs match
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January 28, 2014 1:28:03 PM

Just the power supply. read the edit above your last post
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January 28, 2014 1:32:35 PM

jakeywhite1 said:
OllieOxenFree said:
It should. Card dimensions are: 8.66" x 4.33" x 1.38" and the motherboard in your pc is 9.6"x9.6" So it shouldnt overhang the motherboard or interfere with bay slots.



Will it work with the PC tho? Like do all the other specs match


Everything you have will work except your power supply, which is too low of a wattage... Heres is a good supply with reasonable price

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...
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January 28, 2014 1:34:39 PM

Don't go with the CX power supply mentioned by minerva. It is cheaply made series.

edit-corsair does make nice PSUs but stay away from the CX and VS series
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January 28, 2014 1:34:53 PM

Oh please, get off your horse, for what he doing it's fine. The CX series has good reviews and the appropriate voltage rails.

Bottom line get a new power supply and do some research. Don't get the first one based off what some guy in one forum says, myself included.
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January 28, 2014 1:38:44 PM

minerva330 said:
Is there an echo in here


Yeah Lol. I just wanted to make sure I caught him before he ran off to buy something that would fail him sooner than later.
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January 28, 2014 1:40:41 PM

Come back to me when you have more than 100 some odd posts bud
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January 28, 2014 1:42:27 PM

minerva330 said:
Oh please, get off your horse, for what he doing it's fine. The CX series has good reviews and the appropriate voltage rails.

Bottom line get a new power supply and do some research. Don't get the first one based off what some guy in one forum says, myself included.


Maybe you are corsair fan...I don't know but I see you use one of the better series' supply. No high horse here, I just dont recommend things that dont last because I know as a builder that it sux buying the same part twice. XFX I recommended is made by seasonic. You will be hard pressed to find bad reviews about them
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January 28, 2014 1:46:41 PM



Why does it matter how many times I have posted... Go back and read the link you sent me. Half way down or so they tell you that the review is from an old series cx and that the new ones are completely different, cheaper made and lie about wattages to get you to buy them at the cheaper post.

Way to post the link to prove yourself wrong !!!! Makes it way easier on everyone else!!!
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January 28, 2014 1:49:25 PM

How much do you think is going to stressing that supply, seriously. HE IS RUNNING A 7770. I recommended things based on people needs. I guarantee you that he'll move on to another build before that PSU crashes.

Regardless, the one you recommended is definitely better I am not debating that, if he can afford it he should go for it.
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January 28, 2014 1:51:55 PM

OllieOxenFree said:


Why does it matter how many times I have posted... Go back and read the link you sent me. Half way down or so they tell you that the review is from an old series cx and that the new ones are completely different, cheaper made and lie about wattages to get you to buy them at the cheaper post.

Way to post the link to prove yourself wrong !!!! Makes it way easier on everyone else!!!


It does matter because you have no rep (either do I).

And the point of the link is to show that it is an adequate PSU for his needs. Do you picture him OCIng with that set-up
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January 28, 2014 1:55:59 PM

OllieOxenFree said:


Why does it matter how many times I have posted... Go back and read the link you sent me. Half way down or so they tell you that the review is from an old series cx and that the new ones are completely different, cheaper made and lie about wattages to get you to buy them at the cheaper post.



If you read what it wrote in the next post " its designed to be an average unit thats reliable" and Tom's HW just recently reviewed it and found no issues...http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/power-supply-review.... It is a cheap reliable unit and that is what I was going for when I made my recommendation.
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January 28, 2014 2:00:15 PM

minerva330 said:
OllieOxenFree said:


Why does it matter how many times I have posted... Go back and read the link you sent me. Half way down or so they tell you that the review is from an old series cx and that the new ones are completely different, cheaper made and lie about wattages to get you to buy them at the cheaper post.

Way to post the link to prove yourself wrong !!!! Makes it way easier on everyone else!!!


It does matter because you have no rep (either do I).

And the point of the link is to show that it is an adequate PSU for his needs. Do you picture him OCIng with that set-up


I was looking more at the 5 year warranty as opposed to 1 or the testing done by XFX at 50c as opposed to CX at 30c . My favorite one it the very last post in the link you posted, which was stated by a PSU expert with almost 1200 post.

Im sorry you can type til you are blue in the fingers. The numbers don't lie and you won't convince me to buy cheaply built products. As you can see by my build, I use Silverstone and Ive been using the same supply since 2009. I have made well educated decisions and they have paid off.
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January 28, 2014 2:06:26 PM

Maybe I am not communicating my point very well, whatever, I have to go dump-out.

Like I said before, I agree with you that the one you suggested is better and if money is not an issue he should grab it.

p.s. Sorry to Jackywhite for hijacking his thread with babble. Good luck bud and if you can afford it go with a better quality PSU like OOF suggested
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