Can u tell me what kind of graphics and psu work with this slot

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  1. what is the motherboard model number and the rest of the specs?
    any pcie gfx card will fit a full width pcie x16 slot. it depends on pcie version and how many lanes the slot actually has. if the pcie x16 slot is the top one, it might have all 16 lanes enabled.
  2. It would be a little help to do like he said and give us your motherboard model #
  3. de5_Roy said:
    what is the motherboard model number and the rest of the specs?
    any pcie gfx card will fit a full width pcie x16 slot. it depends on pcie version and how many lanes the slot actually has. if the pcie x16 slot is the top one, it might have all 16 lanes enabled.



    ok willdo

    AMD Phenom II 960T Quad-Core
    Processor Speed
    3.0 GHz
    Processor Cores
    4
    RAM
    8GB PC3-10600 DDR3 (Expandable to 16 GB)
    Hard Drive Capacity
    1.5 TB
    Hard Drive Speed (Revolutions Per Minut
    5400 RPM

    ATI Radeon HD 4200 Graphics
    Dedicated Video Memory
    No
    Shared Video Memory
    Up to 3067 MB

    Video Memory
    Not Applicable
    Display

    HDCP Compliant

    Not Applicable
    Audio
    Audio Output
    High Definition Audio; 7.1 Surround Sound Capabilities
    Digital Input
    No
    Digital Output
    Coaxial Digital Audio Out (SP-DIF)

    Line Out
    Yes
    Line-In input
    Yes
    Sound Card
    AMD 785G Chipset
    Speaker Wattage
    Not Applicable
    Speakers
    No
    Networking
    Ethernet Port
    10/100Base-T
    Integrated Bluetooth
    No
    Integrated WiFi
    802.11b/g/n
    Inputs/Outputs
    Card Reader
    15-In-1 Card Reader
    Component Output
    No
    Composite Output
    No
    DVI Output
    Yes
    E-SATA
    No
    FireWire (IEEE 1394)
    No
    HDMI
    No

    No
    S-Video Output
    No
    USB Ports
    4 USB 2.0 Ports (Back); 2 USB 2.0 Ports (Front)

    Available Hard Drive Bays
    1 External 3.5" (Available); 2 Internal 3.5" (One Available)
    Available Memory Slots
    4 DIMM (240-Pin; DDR3) (Two Available)
    Available Optical Bays
    2 External 5.25" (One Available)
    Available PCI Slots
    No
    Available PCI-E Slots
    3 PCI Express x1 (Available); 1 PCI Express x16 (Available)

    Processor Cache
    2 MB L2 + 6 MB Shared L3
    System Bus
    4.0 GT/s

    Tower Depth
    41.0 cm
    Tower Height
    38.8 cm
    Tower Width
    17.5 cm
    Tower Weight
    9.6 kg
  4. Are you going to be gaming? what do you plan to do with the system. If your doing low level gaming. I'd said get a7750 or a GT 640 (When its out). And thats only if your unsure of what card you want. But your Motherboard board can handle any single card out on the market. If you get a new PSU, make sure its a fully modular power supply because i don't know what your case is so i can't make a asessment on what kinda of space you have
  5. is your pc a prebuilt pc? you didn't mention motherboard brand (or i've missed it).
    anyway, according to amd's specs,
    http://www.amd.com/us/products/desktop/chipsets/7-series-integrated/pages/amd-785g-chipset.aspx
    your motherboard should have a pcie 2.0 x16 slot. usually the top blue slot is the pcie 2.0 x16 slot. any info on pc model number or motherboard brand and/or model number would have been better.
    okay, your pc should be able to run any pcie 2.1, 2.0, 3.0 gfx cards. you might need to replace your current power supply depending on it's specs/model. you also need to specify your budget and requirements (gaming, movie watching etc.).
    check your specs to see if this psu and this gfx card fit your pc:
    psu - corsair cx 500 v2
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139027&Tpk=corsair%20cx%20500%20v2
    gfx card - sapphire radeon 6850
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127576
  6. Rockdpm said:
    Are you going to be gaming? what do you plan to do with the system. If your doing low level gaming. I'd said get a7750 or a GT 640 (When its out). And thats only if your unsure of what card you want. But your Motherboard board can handle any single card out on the market. If you get a new PSU, make sure its a fully modular power supply because i don't know what your case is so i can't make a asessment on what kinda of space you have



    Hey i am gaming and the power supply is 300watts lOL it is a refurbished computer I bought from future shop, as for the model # on the motherboard I guess I have to open the tower up right?
  7. de5_Roy said:
    is your pc a prebuilt pc? you didn't mention motherboard brand (or i've missed it).
    anyway, according to amd's specs,
    http://www.amd.com/us/products/desktop/chipsets/7-series-integrated/pages/amd-785g-chipset.aspx
    your motherboard should have a pcie 2.0 x16 slot. usually the top blue slot is the pcie 2.0 x16 slot. any info on pc model number or motherboard brand and/or model number would have been better.
    okay, your pc should be able to run any pcie 2.1, 2.0, 3.0 gfx cards. you might need to replace your current power supply depending on it's specs/model. you also need to specify your budget and requirements (gaming, movie watching etc.).
    check your specs to see if this psu and this gfx card fit your pc:
    psu - corsair cx 500 v2
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139027&Tpk=corsair%20cx%20500%20v2
    gfx card - sapphire radeon 6850
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814127576


    It had 1 pc e 16 slot I think I dont know what kind of mother board I have to look, hey btw thanks a lot u guys
  8. Not really. You can download CPU-z (www.cpuid.com) and it will tell you.

    Is your case standard size? If so, any PSU and graphics card will work, so the limiting factor is your budget.
  9. @planes: you'll have to open the case anyway, when you insert the gfx card and put the new psu in. before you open the case, make sure you're grounded first or use a anti-static wrist band if you have one. however, if the pc is under warranty and opening the case breaches the warranty, i advise not to do it.
    if you want to use a new gfx card, a new psu is a good bet. check out the one i linked earlier.
  10. thanks for help I will get back with the info on otherboard i have 1 pce 16 slot open I think , sorry I am continually learning about comps , (((soooooooo complex))))))))
  11. this guide might be helpful to you if you're new to pc building:
    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/274745-31-step-step-guide-building
    also check out the system section of the forums.
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