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IMaster PRO 500w for HD 7770

This is my power supply http://pcx.com.ph/components/power-supplies/imaster-pro-80-500w.html. Im thinking of buying 7770 to run games like sleeping dogs, skyrim etc. at 1080p. This power supply doesnt have 6 pin pcie connector, so im thinking of buying some 6pin pcie to molex connector. Is this safe? http://pcdirect.com/fopinmohadrt.html

Edit:
I just found out my PSU had a 6 pin + 2 pin pcie connector. :D

another question. how about HD 7850? can my PSU power it?
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  1. Your link is broken, could you post it again so we can see the specifications? Generally speaking, however, I don't think you would run into too much issues. The Radeon HD7770 is a very power efficient card so I don't think you would have any troubles even if your PSU seems to be a no-name.

    I would, however, recommend swapping it out for something more reliable such as a Corsair CX430V2 ASAP.
  2. here is the link http://pcx.com.ph/components/power-supplies/imaster-pro-80-500w.html

    so it is safe to use 6pin pcie to molex connector?
  3. Right now, I can't tell. A google search did not bring up any sites with specifications for your current PSU.

    Can you tell me the specifications of the PSU? There should be a label on the side of the PSU with all the voltage/amperage.
  4. okay i will tak a picture of it. :D
  5. another question. how about HD 7850? can my PSU power it?
  6. Best answer
    I still can't find any decent information about your PSU, however, the specs seem like they would suffice for either the HD7770 or HD7850 :) You have nothing to worry about.
  7. Best answer selected by dency45.
  8. Thank you.
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