Graphic card for ASUS A8M2N-LA motherboard questions

well i have a A8M2N-LA motherboard and i've already upgraded my CPU to 5200+ 2.7gHz and 4G of rams and both work great, and now i'm deciding to get a graphic card, but idk if my computer can handle the card

this is the card
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814161252


and
this is the power supply that i wanted to get
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182009


i mean i'm just wondering if anyone know or heard about this card not working my motherboard please tell me, cause i have a painful experience with my CPU lol

or anyone can suggest a good graphic card to me, the max i can spend is probably up to 80
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  1. the power supply and gpuy you picked out will work fine with your mobo. The only thing you need to worry about is the physical space you have for both the psu and the card itself. The reason you had issues with the cpu is because the board only supports up to a 5000+ so to get a 5200+ to work you would have to oc and that can be a pain in the a$$ sometimes good luck with your new setup
  2. drums101 said:
    the power supply and gpuy you picked out will work fine with your mobo. The only thing you need to worry about is the physical space you have for both the psu and the card itself. The reason you had issues with the cpu is because the board only supports up to a 5000+ so to get a 5200+ to work you would have to oc and that can be a pain in the a$$ sometimes good luck with your new setup


    lol the 5200 works find and the one i bought originally is a 7750 and stupid ass me didn't know 7750 is not supported and now i just gotta return it

    so you mean the graphic card would work on my comp?
  3. The 4670 will be good for your system. Actually, it will probably be slightly held back by your CPU at its stock speed. I'm not to big on that PSU you picked though. I suppose it should be fine with just a single 4670, but Rosewill PSUs aren't of the best quality or stability. You may want to spend a little more and go with a higher quality PSU like

    FSP Group Blue Storm II 500W $59.99
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817104034

    CORSAIR CMPSU-400CX 400W $59.99
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139008

    Antec earthwatts EA430 430W $49.49
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371006

    FSP Group FSP400-60GLN(80) 400W $49.99
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817104052


    Well, the Earthwatts is probably superior to that corsair. I'm amazed it's so cheap now really. The FSP Blue Storm is a good quality power supply that can supply enough juice for when you want to upgrade your system to something a little more power hungry, but admittedly it's not as cool or efficient as some of the newer higher tier PSUs such as the Antec Earthwatts. On the other hand it's pretty darn hard to beat at the price :D.
  4. Yes, that setup will work just fine.

    Please, please, get a different PSU though.
    Rosewill is a junk brand that overrates their parts and love to fail.
    Look into a 380w+ Corsair, Seasonic, PCP&C or Antec Earthwatts PSU.
    The above Antec 430w and Corsair 400w PSU's would be great choices for you.

    Also, other more powerful cards to look at in the $80 range:
    Zotac 9800GT: $84.99 after $15 MIR
    MSI 4830: $75.99 after $10 MIR
    HIS IceQ 4850: $80 after $20 MIR

    All of these cards are a significant upgrade to a 4670 and are well worth the extra cash.
  5. Man....i think my motherboard is too small for this graphic card i picked out lol.... WHY~GOD WHY~
  6. It should fit. 9" from the back to the front
  7. well it does fit, but i think it might be touching the memory card lock on thingy(don't know what's it called lol)

    http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf-JAVA/Doc/images/c00757541.jpg
    here is the pic.... idk i think it might block it....
  8. Itll fit, its just you cant lower your locks all the way down, and having your memory in first wont make a difference at all then, tho you can still change it out without removing your card, its just tight
  9. Yeah, it might be a somewhat tight fit but it is designed to have a card next to the RAM slots.
    Just install the memory first and you will be just fine.
    Even if you need to change the RAM latter, it can be done with the GPU in place.
    Just remove (or insert) the DIMM at an angle to the motherboard.
  10. Look along the pci slot, thats essentually the height of the board, going up. If you draw a straight line along the slot, youll see maybe a 1/4 inch of space there, which is just enough
  11. aite that sounds good thank you all for the replies
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