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a b U Graphics card
July 21, 2011 10:13:12 PM

i have ASUS P5KPL AM SE mobo and its built in graphic card and i want to make some upgrade..i wonder which graphic card is compatible with it.pls... list down any option that i can choose of...my spec.. core 2 duo,500W PSU

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a b U Graphics card
July 21, 2011 10:30:06 PM

need to know
speed of Core2Duo
what resolution you are using
and your budget
a c 214 U Graphics card
July 21, 2011 10:36:52 PM

We need to know some more specifics before we can start to help.

What are your full system specs.?(CPU,RAM,etc.)

What is the make/model of your 500 watt PSU?
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a c 376 U Graphics card
July 21, 2011 10:38:09 PM

The brand and model of the power supply would also help.
a c 199 U Graphics card
a b Ĉ ASUS
July 22, 2011 1:15:20 PM

Without knowing your budget, or the brand and model of your PSU (to know whether or not it really can provide 500W), the only "safe" choices I'd care to mention are a HD5570, HD6570, GT240, or GT440. They don't need an auxiliary power connector and will run on 250W-300W generic OEM PSUs.
a b U Graphics card
July 22, 2011 7:53:34 PM

HD 5670/6670 without knowing specs
runs great on my Dell 280w PSU
a c 199 U Graphics card
a b Ĉ ASUS
July 22, 2011 8:28:17 PM

Yeah, but Dell PSUs are better than some of the schlock out there. Some of the newer ones are even 80+ bronze.
a b U Graphics card
July 22, 2011 8:41:39 PM

Your right
dell actually rates them as Continous max not Peak max
so it can run at 280w fine
actually equal to about a 350w at Peak
usually they are made by Hipro or Fortron

Dell's customer service and business practices can be bad
look at the bad capacitor issue with the towers between 2002-2004
but do use reasonable name brand parts (samsung,infineon,WD etc)
and they used japanese made Rubicon caps on my tower
which is great

but really not enthusiast friendly LOL
even the XPS series can be a pain in the neck
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