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I'm trying to find a video card that will work in an E-machines T5082 with Windows VIsta
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  1. I can`t seem to find the PSU specs, please post them (Wattage and Amps on the +12v output).
  2. I'm not sure I know what you mean. All I'm trying to do is upgrade my machine. The only video I have is the X200 that came with it. The machine is an E-machines. The following is the specs:
    CPU: Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor 631
    Hyper-Threading and Intel® EM64T Technology
    Operates at 3.00GHz | 2MB L2 cache | 800MHz FSB
    Operating System: Genuine Windows Vista® Home Basic

    Chipset: ATI Radeon™ Xpress 200
    Memory: 512MB DDR2 (1 × 512MB), 533MHz (PC4200)
    Expandable to 2GB
    2 DDR2 Slots (Total) | 1 DDR2 Slot (Available)
    Hard Drive: 160GB PATA (7200rpm)
    Optical Drive: DVD±RW 16x Multiformat Dual-Layer Optical Drive
    Up to 8.5GB with Dual-Layer Media
    Write max: 16x DVD±R, 6x DVD-RW, 8x DVD+RW, 4x DVD+R DL, 40x CD-R, 24x CD-RW disks
    Read max: 16x DVD-ROM, 40x CD-ROM disks
    Media Reader: High-Performance 15-in-1 Digital Media Manager™
    Up to 40x faster
    xD-Picture Card™, CompactFlash® I (CF), CompactFlash® II, Secure Digital™ (SD), Mini Secure Digital™ (Mini SD), Multi Media Card (MMC), Reduced Size MMC (RS-MMC), MMC Mobile, MMC Plus, Memory Stick (MS), Memory Stick Duo, Memory Stick Pro®, Memory Stick Pro® Duo, SmartMedia, IBM Microdrive
    Video: ATI Radeon™ Xpress 200 Integrated Graphics
    Up to 128MB of shared video memory
    PCI-Express® (PCI-E x16) slot available
    Sound: 6-channel (5.1) high-definition audio
    Amplified Stereo Speakers (USB Powered)
    Communications: 56K ITU V.92-ready fax/modem (RJ-11 port)
    10/100Mbps Ethernet LAN (RJ-45 port)
    Peripherals: Multifunction keyboard, 2-button wheel mouse (PS/2)
    Ports/Other: 6 - USB 2.0 ports (2 in front, 4 in back)
    1 - VGA
    1 - Parallel port
    1 - Serial port
    2 - PS/2 ports (keyboard and mouse)
    3 - Audio (Rear): Line-in/Side (Stereo), Front/Headphone (Stereo), Microphone
  3. most modern video cards have a 6 or 8 pin power connector on them since the pcie slot wont supply enough power. he was asking for the specs on the power supply so you dont overload it putting in a card that will draw more power than the power supply can deliver effectively.

    some of the lower end cards ati 3450's/nvidia 9400gt dont have power requirements and should work.
    anything worth gaming on will require additional power.
    a 9400gt is capable of HD video playback if thats the goal.
  4. Ignatowski said:
    most modern video cards have a 6 or 8 pin power connector on them since the pcie slot wont supply enough power. he was asking for the specs on the power supply so you dont overload it putting in a card that will draw more power than the power supply can deliver effectively.

    some of the lower end cards ati 3450's/nvidia 9400gt dont have power requirements and should work.
    anything worth gaming on will require additional power.
    a 9400gt is capable of HD video playback if thats the goal.


    I don't think I need HD. I'm just trying to play some games that I had. Like Pool of Radiance RoMD. I might of found one that will work just fine. It's an X600 256Mb card. This is a rather old machine.
  5. yeah shouldnt have a problem with that card.

    while you have the case open stuff another 512 mb or 1gb worth of ram in that box. you'll be glad ya did. 1 gig sticks of pc4200 are $11 at newegg.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231043
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