Have a quick question. I want to be able to play 2 games only on my PC. Diablo 3 and Dungeon Defenders(which I can pretty much run now). On "Can you run it" Diablo 3 will run except for my graphics card on recommended.
I have a low profile e-machine with a 350 watt power supply. Current G-Card is the NVidia GForce 8400 GS. On somewhat of a budget of $90.00. What's the best card for me for this power supply wattage and one that will fit.
AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 220 Processor
2 gigs ram
64 bit windows 7
I would suggest going with a 6670.That is actually the most powerful GPU you can get without requiring a PCI-E power connector.It should be able to run D3 on high settings and it only consumes about 60watts which should work if your PSU is a 300+watt.
Not the actual specs of the case.I meant physically measure it yourself.But if the case is only 4 inches wide then it can't support a regular sized GPU which means your very limited to your selection as their are very few half-height and low-profile GPU's out there.
So here's what i'm thinking you could do...
Get that Sapphire 6670 that's already half-height and low-profile for $100.But it's 7 inches long so you got to be sure you can fit it and have good airflow.
You can get a low-profile ready card and buy a half-height bracket and do it yourself.But after looking around most of the low-profile ready 6670's are the same price as the Sapphire so it makes better sense to just go with the Sapphire.
Thank you all very much for the replies. It's looking like the Sapphire may squeeze in as it's less than an inch longer than my current card. I will post back when received. Thanx again Purple Stank you have been a huge help.
I'm pretty sure it's Sonic Generations.I've played it a little and it's really nice.Totally remastered the old Sonic games in HD.Looks really good.
It will but that case is packed tight.They aren't meant to be upgraded.Espically with a entry level high performance GPU.If their are no fan mounts I suggest leaving the side panel of the case off better airflow.
Anyway best of luck to you.Post back when you get the card and what you think of it.And your temps if you could.I'm very curious how that pans out.