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New graphics card help

Last response: in Graphics & Displays
February 7, 2012 12:52:09 PM

Currently I have an nVidia 220 GT that came with the computer when I bought it a couple years ago. I have a 350w power supply. The motherboard model is MS-7613 (Ionia -GL8E) and the generic model for the computer from HP is "HPE-150t."

What I'm wondering is if a Radeon 5670 or 6670 would work well enough in my computer, or if I should get a new power supply and then a more powerful graphics card to go with it (and if so which one)? :bounce: 

Edit: Would like to add that I want to keep everything under $150

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February 7, 2012 1:01:16 PM

both the 5670 and 6670 will work in ur PC without a PSU upgrade.
If you want an upgrade under USD150, you could get something like a Silverstone Strider 500watt and HD6770.

If the 6670 would work without a PSU upgrade, what would be the benefit of getting a new PSU?
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February 7, 2012 1:40:17 PM

and then upgrade your cpu and then ram and them case
February 7, 2012 8:55:54 PM

Thanks for all your responses.

One more question, and it might seem noobish, but which thing do you look at with PSU's and their case/mobo that will ensure the PSU's you guys have linked will fit?