I'll have to check the monitor resolution, and I'll edit this post with it. (At my laptop now, will need to check the desktop later.)
Have you heard any good things about NVIDIA 8600? I have a friend who's willing to sell it to me for ten dollars. If it's compatible and efficient with Dell Inspiron 570, I want to take advantage of the opportunity.
I know they're old graphics card, so they might conflict with Windows 7. Does anyone have a list of graphics cards that would be compatible Dell Inspiron 570. (And I don't need a power chord then?)
Sorry for being so thorough, just trying to take all precautions, thanks guys.
its simple just open your case and then there will be psu inside the psu is that thing which looks like a box and its having many wires to connect to the mobo and other hardware on that psu there will be an lable there will be written the model of psu and how many amps it get on 12v rail.
Alright, I've managed to open up the computer and take a look at the Power Supply Label. Let me know what you guys think.
A friend told me Diablo III isn't graphics heavy at all, so upgrading to a better graphics card might not have much effect. He said it had more to do with processor speed. Here are all the specs I've observed:
(50 - 60hz)
+5V / 22A
+12V / 18A
+5V aux / 2A
+5V and +3.3V shall not exceed 160W
Max Output Power: 300W
I'm pretty sure you guys only needed the max power output. But I listed everything else just in case. Thanks again,
My monitor is a bit of an oddball with a resolution of 1600 x 900. Should I change the resolution of the game to run it optimally? I have a feeling that will look stretched out anyways.
P.S. Thanks for all of the assistance guys, you've been a huge help thus far. And you think my PSU will be able to run the 6670, 6770, and 7750 with ease as well?
EDIT: Just read somewhere that 6670 and above require at least a 450W PSU. I'd prefer not to buy a new PSU. So do you guys recommend I stay with the 6570? (Or have you had different experiences with the higher output graphics cards.)