the 6pin power plug will slot right into the card. the 7770 performs much better than the 7750. if you really dont want to go through the connections, go ahead and get the 7750. if you want more performance, just get a 7770 and get it done
It really depends on the particular model, for example, a 7770 for company A could have poor reviews but a 7970 from that same company A has great reviews and such. Since I'm an Nvidia guy, I really don't keep up with individual companies on AMD's side of the fence.
I have a Dell 540 Slim (HTPC) Blu-Ray - Intel Core 2 Quad Q9450 2.66hz
I have the same motherboard you listed but ram DDR2 PC6400 is currently installed. Have you gotten the DDR3 sticks to work on your computer? I'm about to upgrade both my memory and graphics card and need to make sure that you are really running DDR3 before I buy anything.
I have a Dell Studio 540, with following specs
Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200
Motherboard: Dell Inc. 0m017G A00
Memory: DDR3 4GB
GPU: Sapphire Radeon HD4550
With the stock Dell 350W CPU, I can't find the exact model number.
Can I safely stick a Sapphire Radeon HD7750 in there without needing to upgrade my PSU, and idoes this card require a cable between the card and the PSU to work?
If this card isn't going to work in my rig, can you recommend one that will (without having to upgrade the PSU, preferably). AMD card preferred.