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Nvidia 560 ti support for intel 945gcnl board

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February 9, 2012 2:20:49 AM

My system configuration is

Processor: Intel Pentium D Dual core processor 2.8 G
Mother Board: Intel 945 GCNL
SMPS : 250W

Do my mother board supports NVidea 560 ti graphic card ?

If not what are the upgradations I have to do ?

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February 9, 2012 7:20:42 AM

Not worth the change over since you'll need to change the PSU too.
Basically everything in the rig will hold the 560Ti from performing even at it's least.
Things that you will need to change if you choose the 560Ti would be, CPU, PSU, Mobo, RAM..... that's nearly everything.

It would be better to go for an average GPU then to invest in the 560Ti for that rig.
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February 10, 2012 2:05:11 AM

Hi alyoshka,

Thanks for your suggesion :)  ,

can you please suggest a graphic card that would be sufficient to play all the games at a resolution of 1360x780.

At present i am using ATI Radon 4530
My system max resolution: 1360x780

Thanks :) 
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February 10, 2012 2:18:20 AM

550 ti (assuming you want nVidia), with some PSU upgrade. You should be able to put it with some BIOS update (no guarantee) though it SHOULD, there is some cases that the BIOS doesn't support the PCI-E 2.0, so good luck :) .
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February 10, 2012 2:29:09 AM

You mean to say all games that will actually work smoothly with the Pentium D right?
Cos that will be the main factor that's going to limit games to a particular standard.
Stick to that card.... don't add any money to that rig for now, save up, and wait for a good machine making budget. Then make the best with what you have and enjoy it....
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February 18, 2012 12:14:34 AM

Best answer selected by Anand1201.
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