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Anonymous
June 16, 2010 2:48:41 PM

Hello,
Im planning to buy a new videocard ;)  its ATI RADEON 5750HD and my computer can can run 400W so the question is can my PC run this videocard if yes im going to buy it next month depends how fast i get answers and i dont like to be dissapointed if i buy it and it dosent work and i can get my refund so i need a confirmation
my pc specs:
Motherboard:GA-965P-S3
RAM:o nly 2,512GB (going to buy sum more)
Videocard:Well at the moment i got NVIDIA GeForce 6200 LE (LoL)
going to buy new tho soon
CPU:Intel(R) Celeron(R)D CPU 3.06GHz,3.08GHz
OS:Windows XP SP3 :p 

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Anonymous
June 16, 2010 2:51:42 PM

sorry for many english mistakes i got bad english
June 16, 2010 3:03:59 PM

Yes, but I'd get an HD5670. Your CPU can not handle more than that, and it's guaranteed to work with your PSU (no 6-pins).
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June 16, 2010 3:16:07 PM

Hmm yeah the 5750 should probably have a 450W but I probably will work. Like shadow said tho might be worthwhile to just go with the 5670.
June 16, 2010 3:37:36 PM

mhelm1 said:
No, The specification on that Graphics card is 450W.
I could not find a 3.06ghz celron so I'm guessing your CPU is 65watts
So, add hard drives, RAM, sound card, etc... you'll need a 600-650watt PSU
See below.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...


No... 600w is a lot more than needed. My friend has a Core 2 Quad and just got a cheap Silverstone 500W PSU and a 5770. Runs fine. If the 5750 says 450W recommended, a good 400W should be able to do it, especially with that CPU which is a lot less power hungry than some newer ones. The question is, is the OP's 400W PSU a good quality one with lots of amps?
June 16, 2010 3:44:06 PM

The 5750 draws ~70Watts of power on load. His CPU draws 65Watts. He needs 15A on the 12v rail.
Anonymous
June 16, 2010 4:00:48 PM

umm idk about that specific about computer so i give the specs from my pc power supply--
uhh there are so many stuff but its CODEGEN400W
than i see in models place ATX2.03(P4) and i see 300XX (PFO)
i dont know does it make something or not
June 16, 2010 7:08:57 PM

Wolf, I stand corrected. I like to have a margin or error. I've had a couple of MoBo's melt the atx connector.(I load the system up)
Anyway here are the spec's for his PSU. imo marginal but heck. go for it and see what happens.

Model: Codegen 400W Power Supply w/ Dual +12V, SATA, 24/20-pin (RETAIL)
Item No: C0895
General Features:
• 400 Watt total power
• Low Noise
• ATX12V Power Supply
• PS12V-400W
• 24/20-Pin power
• Dual +12V
• 115V/230V Input
• 50/60Hz Input Frequency
• 5 x HDD (Drive) Power
• 1 x FDD (Floppy) Power
• 2 x SATA Power
• 1 x P4 + 12V CPU
Output Specifications:
• +3.3V@ 22A
• +5V @ 25A
• -5V @ 0.5A
• +12V1 @ 10A
• +12V2 @ 14A
• -12V @ 0.8A
• +5VSB @ 2A
Retail Box Includes:
• Codegen 400W Dual 12V Power Supply
• Power Cord


Read more: http://www.outletpc.com/c0895.html#ixzz0r2oJQgBe
Anonymous
June 17, 2010 6:57:55 AM

nice research mhelm1 and u couldent find a 3.06GHz celeron well heres a pic
http://uploadpic.org/showpic-70693/spec.html
just uploaded but i was thinking of buyng 500W powersupply before videocard
cuz i wanna play gta4 and stuff so i wanna max out this crap
June 19, 2010 10:47:57 AM

I have the choice between these 2 cards which one is better i am not a very big gamer but i am looking for a new card which support directx11. i play games at just 1024 x 768 or 800 x 600 resolution with normal settings:
Nvidia geforce 9400gt 1gb
or
ati radeon hd 5450 1gb
but is hd 5450 is better than 9400gt,or is 9400gt is better, i am at a very low budget.
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