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AMD E2-1800 + AMD Radeon 6770

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August 11, 2012 8:56:49 PM

:D  Hi. I've a Sapphire Pure Mini E2-1800 MB, and I'll buy an AMD Radeon HD 6770 or a HD 7750. I don't know if the integrated processor on the motheborad could be enough for one of those GPUs, but currently I don't have much money for buy another more powerfull.

So, what processor do I need at least? Or is the E2-1800 enough?

:pt1cable:  Sorry about my bad English and thanks for your answers.
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August 12, 2012 2:40:46 AM

That's the first time I've heard of the Sapphire Pure Mini E2-1800 MB. Where the heck have I been? ;) 

Anyway, the processor will probably bottle neck the 6770 or 7750 a bit, but it should work fine provided you have a big enough PSU.
I would get at least a 400W.
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August 12, 2012 4:20:30 AM

clutchc said:
That's the first time I've heard of the Sapphire Pure Mini E2-1800 MB. Where the heck have I been? ;) 

Anyway, the processor will probably bottle neck the 6770 or 7750 a bit, but it should work fine provided you have a big enough PSU.
I would get at least a 400W.


:na:  It's a very recent motherboard: Link :D 
OK, I'm going to use a 500 W power supply. So... What CPU do you recommend me? But remember that I can't spend so much.

:)  Thanks for your answer.
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August 12, 2012 5:33:40 PM

I thought the CPU was soldered in as part of the motherboard package; not removable? Or do you mean GPU?
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August 13, 2012 7:53:29 PM

clutchc said:
I thought the CPU was soldered in as part of the motherboard package; not removable? Or do you mean GPU?


Yes, but I'm talking about buying a new motherboard for that processor. I could use the Sapphire one for another future PC :D 
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November 19, 2012 8:09:59 AM

Where the hell did you buy that motherboard? Because I dont think it hit the markets yet.. AMD is not selling E2 1800 mobos since they still have A LOT of e-350 and e-450s.
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February 11, 2013 6:46:23 PM

The E2-1800 includes a HD 7340 in the device. It has something like 80 Radeon cores at up to 680 MHz. The part is rated at 18 Watts.

AMD drivers do support using another graphics processor in tandem with the 7340 so any additional graphics processors should add to the performance.
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February 11, 2013 7:59:17 PM

I think if it were me, I would first try the integrated HD 7340 at the resolution of your display and see how it performs. Before you can add a discrete card in dual graphics mode, you will need to find out which one(s) is supported. I doubt that the two you mentioned above would work in dual graphics mode with the HD 7340.

Of course, you can always disable the integrated graphics and use just the discrete card alone for graphics. In that case you can use whichever card you want as long as the PSU can handle it.
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