Despite the similar numbering those cards are unrelated. The HD4730 is based on a different processor and is both weaker and much less power efficient than the 40nm HD4770.
That PSU can probably handle an HD4770 but it looks sketchy so I'm not going to say it's 100% certain.
I mean it's an off brand. Power supplies that aren't made by respected manufacturers often have specifications that are entirely unreliable. If the specifications on that chart are in fact what the unit can handle than you should have no problems but that's a big if.
i am aiming for HIS 4670 turbo edition worth $70 here in my place if 5670 will be release for $100 i won't consider waiting then. without AA is not problem with me
Games im planning to play mostly RPG/RTS
but some are:
Dragon age Origin
Mass Effect 1 & 2
Age of Pirates 2
Witcher Enhanced Edition
Total War - probably latest or upcoming
Star wars force unleashed
GTA IV - dont care if it is max cause it require 1GB anyware
i have $70 only
i don't have a job(jobless) at the moment so my budget is quite strict
What you need is a cheap GPU and another gig of ram. Get a 4670 and use whatever is left over to start saving for the ram.
Until then turn your antivirus and anything else that uses system resources off when you are gaming.
thanks for the advise, is 5670 twice as powerful as 4670? im buying 4670 HIS Turbo edition today @ 780Mhz default was 750mhz i might play @ 1280x1024 resolution
heard 5750 is twice powerful than 5670 then maybe ill just upgrade @ 5750 in the near future hopefully lol