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February 2, 2010 12:01:48 PM

hello want to buy a Gigabyte Radeon HD 4670 video card problem is I have 754 motherboard with nForce4 chipset PCI Express v1.0. from what I understood going 2.0 to 1.0. Another problem is the 1.0 is transmitted through the slot 75 of w and the 2.0 is transmitted through the slot 150w and Gigabyte Radeon HD 4670 card in idle and on load pull aprox.70 w aprox.139w (as Tom's Hardware and others but official) as compensate for the difference in watts when having to play the the board has no separate power ????. or is it better in this situation with a different video card powered Taking into account that PCIe v1.0 slot transmit only 75 W?? thank you

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a b U Graphics card
February 2, 2010 1:34:14 PM

Don't think so much.Those slots are pretty much the same.
Just get that card.It will run fine with 1.0 slot.There will be no significant performance decrease.

You don't have to worry about power.I'm running a 9800GT on it.Even more powerful cards won't lose much if they are used in 1.0 slot.

Good Luck :) 
February 2, 2010 1:47:31 PM

in tests as specified in gaming video card HD 4670 PCI Express v1.0 which aprox.139w.slot consume only 75W and offers a ia.cred difference where it's best to buy another video card that has powered
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a b U Graphics card
February 2, 2010 3:19:17 PM

mihgeo said:
in tests as specified in gaming video card HD 4670 PCI Express v1.0 which aprox.139w.slot consume only 75W and offers a ia.cred difference where it's best to buy another video card that has powered


Both PCIex 1.0 and 2.0 deliver 75W. The 4670 does NOT consume 139W. Your informations sources are really bad or you didn't fully understand them. The 4670 will work fine.
February 2, 2010 3:31:42 PM

139 W are the result of a test video card when running game.
February 2, 2010 3:52:23 PM

If I say that is not real how eating so much then why gt 9600 but it should be next after HD 4670 video card powered on? and the answer is it not doarece PCI Express slot can provide.
February 2, 2010 7:44:44 PM

thanks datman .one last question .gigabyte Radeon HD 4670 with 750MHz and 2000 MHz memory I read that there are cases when you have to do downclocks. will be the case and this video card and my PC configuration??? thanks
February 3, 2010 2:46:52 AM

Hi..recently took back desktop and exchanged for ASUS i5 650 3.2GHZ. Has Intel
integrated graphics. Now, I just purchased a Sapphire Radeon 4670 crossfire,
installed it, and drivers too. BUT seem to be getting a lot of flickering and don't know whats causing this. Should I keep the card and try to resolve this, or get an
Nvidia 9600 GE force? In devices, all that it says is Intel(R) display audio, thats it.
I did disable it, but enabled it back because it still is not making any difference.
In devices, the 4670 isn't recognized either. Can someone tell me whats the best
thing to do? Thx..PK
a b U Graphics card
February 3, 2010 3:41:03 PM

umm i have a 250 w power supply, is a 4670 going to work with my system??? im currently using a 2400 pro.
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