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June 8, 2014 1:24:22 AM

I am having the ASUS P8H61-M LX R2.0 and I want to buy a new ASUS GTX650TI-PH-1GD5 or ASUS GTX650TI-O-1GD5 graphics card,,,,,so i want to confirm that my motherboard will be able to support and run smoothly with any of these 2 cards or not......
PLEASE REVIEW THE ABOVE PRODUCT BEFORE ANSWERING TO MY QUESTION..

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June 8, 2014 1:26:11 AM

yes, any pcie graphics card will work in any pcie lane.
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June 8, 2014 1:30:17 AM

Yes your motherboard will support any of those graphics cards. However you need to make sure that your CPU, RAM and other components will work well with it too. That includes having enough of a power supply for it too.
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June 8, 2014 1:43:18 AM

Sayak Pal Chowdhury said:
I am having the ASUS P8H61-M LX R2.0 and I want to buy a new ASUS GTX650TI-PH-1GD5 or ASUS GTX650TI-O-1GD5 graphics card,,,,,so i want to confirm that my motherboard will be able to support and run smoothly with any of these 2 cards or not......
PLEASE REVIEW THE ABOVE PRODUCT BEFORE ANSWERING TO MY QUESTION..


You can stick any PCIE gpu in that board (your board says PCIE3.0, assuming your pick fits in your system that is), more importantly can your PSU support it. Give the model# and we can answer that for the most part, if you can't. Everything should be smooth if you have the juice needed and connect the plug noted below:

up to 150W - 1 additional 6 pin PCIe power required
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June 8, 2014 2:03:21 AM

I am also planing to buy a CORSAIR SMPS VS 550 and my other specification are Intel i3-2100 processor and 4GB RAM
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June 8, 2014 2:19:14 AM

Sayak Pal Chowdhury said:
I am also planing to buy a CORSAIR SMPS VS 550 and my other specification are Intel i3-2100 processor and 4GB RAM


Then you should be good.
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June 8, 2014 9:06:19 AM

Sayak Pal Chowdhury said:
IS THIS A GOOD CARD ?? and does it have any faults like heat up quickly.....or other as i am going to buy this card as it fit's in my budget.. More over is the zotac company product(especially graphics card) trust worthy to buy ???
http://mdcomputers.in/products/graphics-card/zotac-grap...


http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=E...
Can't really speak to faults with so few reviews on any of the 3 zotacs for 650's at newegg (zero reviews for the 650ti). I get nothing from amazon search either. I'm not saying they make bad products, just that I prefer a little more data when I buy anything.

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_1_10?url=search-...
I'd rather pick EVGA or something based on reviews but I see you have few choices at that shop you quoted so not sure you can just buy from newegg or amazon easily from where you are (India?) without getting killed on some kind of tax or shipping. It's not a bad purchase, just saying it's not a huge seller it seems at any place I look. PSU is fine for what you're saying is in this PC and room to grow some later. Can you purchase elsewhere to get different brands? Newegg/amazon out of the question?
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June 10, 2014 8:46:01 PM

Sayak Pal Chowdhury said:
Yes i am from India..so I can't buy it from newegg.com but the site is giving a very low price...and about the ZOTAC GTX 650 TI 1GB DDR5 review.......see this http://www.flipkart.com/zotac-nvidia-gtx-650-ti-1gb-1-g...


Zotac clearly has some fans around the world. I think they are a bigger player outside usa. More power to you :)  Like I said, I have no bad data on zotac. I was out of selling lots of PC's after they hit in 2006 (don't build near as much today as when I had a pc biz) so I haven't sold a ton of them like most of the other brands, but they look pretty solid and I like that they seem fairly aimed at gaming (they have game tournaments etc IIRC). I'm looking forward to zotac's next mini boxes with 14nm cpu's and 20nm gpu's myself ;)  Seeing your reviews, I wouldn't worry much :)  There are quite a few comments in there that are more than just a "vote" so to speak, and they're laying out what they like about it. 4.8/5 stars isn't bad either :) 
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