Will XFX GeForce 9800 GT Video Card work with Intel Pentium E5400 cpu

will XFX GeForce 9800 GT Video Card work with Intel Pentium E5400 cpu?
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  1. Yes as long as you have a pcie16x slot on your mobo and a powerful enough PSU
  2. and how do you figure that out?
  3. Give me the specs of your mobo and PSU :)
  4. Jhollis what kind of computer do you have? If you didn't build it yourself then you'll most likely need to buy a new power supply.
  5. jhollis505 said:
    and how do you figure that out?


    You can download CPU-Z and run it, click the Main board tab and tell us the manufacturer and model number.

    For the power supply, open your computer up and look at it, it should have a sticker that is similar to this on one side.
    http://i777.photobucket.com/albums/yy57/kyloooo/DSCF0196.jpg
    Tell us what the "total power" or "total output" is as well as manufacturer and/or model number.
  6. tuesday0180 said:
    Jhollis what kind of computer do you have? If you didn't build it yourself then you'll most likely need to buy a new power supply.

    And even if you did build it yourself, if you made a poor choice, you may still need a new PSU.
  7. mobo: manufacturer Dell. model: 0N826N. Chipset: intel P35/G33/G31. southbrigde: intel 82801IR (ICH9R). LPCIO: ITE IT8718. i opened up my rig to find out the psu and couldnt find that sticker
  8. Based on the motherboard, i'm guessing your running an Inspiron 545. Dell's website states the installed PSU is a 300Watt. I think if you are able to bump that up to a 600+. You should be able to run that 9800GT. Also, check with your motherboard too about disabling the on-board video GMA (Piece of Crap) adapter. Some require a BIOS setting, jumper or just the existance of a video board in the PCI 16x slot will do it...

    Good Luck
    AJ

    (If Intel can make an awesome processor, why can't they make a half decent video card!?!?!?!?!?!)
  9. ajcroteau said:
    Based on the motherboard, i'm guessing your running an Inspiron 545. Dell's website states the installed PSU is a 300Watt. I think if you are able to bump that up to a 600+. You should be able to run that 9800GT. Also, check with your motherboard too about disabling the on-board video GMA (Piece of Crap) adapter. Some require a BIOS setting, jumper or just the existance of a video board in the PCI 16x slot will do it...

    Good Luck
    AJ

    (If Intel can make an awesome processor, why can't they make a half decent video card!?!?!?!?!?!)



    if u mean bump the PSU up to a 600watt then im sure thats wrong. he will only need like a 500watt.(correct me if im wrong). i have a XFX 4890(uses way more power than a 9800) and a 520watt PSU and it runs fine. :whistle:
  10. i just really want to play left for dead and i just need to know if thats a good video to play the game or not and if i will need to upgrade my rig
  11. Dell's PSUs are high quality and rated lower than they should be.
    I'm sure it can handle one of the newer low power 9800GTs without a power connector.
  12. jyjjy said:
    Dell's PSUs are high quality and rated lower than they should be.
    I'm sure it can handle one of the newer low power 9800GTs without a power connector.

    just wondering here, how sure are you?
  13. i would really like to play other games but im not really sure what the other games are, but i cant really afford a $300 video card but maybe in the near furture
  14. jhollis505 said:
    just wondering here, how sure are you?

    Very sure. It should also handle a few more powerful card like the HD4770 or HD5750.
    As for the 9800GT it should let your run any game fairly well at 1280x1024 and below.
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