Will my PC support the 7750?

Hey, i bought a 6670 DDR3 and its been running well so far, but i saw some threads about the 7750, that consumes almost the same as the 6670..

My specs are:
Core i5 2500
4 GB DDR3 1333Mhz ( 1 slot )
600w PSU

DC OUTPUT:
+3.3V
35A
+12V
20A
-12V
0.5A
+5V
40A
-5V
0.5A
+5V sb
1.5A
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  1. Yeah, that PC is set to use a 7750 for sure, more than enough power.
  2. I would recommend a more powerful card because you have such a powerful processor. At least a 7770 and more like a 7850 or 7870.

    Also, you should use two sticks of RAM to take advantage of dual channel mode.
  3. jsrudd said:
    I would recommend a more powerful card because you have such a powerful processor. At least a 7770 and more like a 7850 or 7870.

    Also, you should use two sticks of RAM to take advantage of dual channel mode.

    Yeah, but before that i should get a better psu.. That could be in christmas or so...
    And also i was thinking in upgrading my PC by buying another 4 gb stick ram..

    For now, ill stay with the 7750 .
  4. It wouldn't be a massive jump over the 6670 to be honest. If you wait for more funds you can spring for a better PSU and a better card.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107-7.html

    It's a 2 tier difference, which you might be able to see realistically, but I would go bigger.

    And what power supply do you have? I suspect its not a very good one, since its got 20a on the 12V and 40a on the 5.
  5. Deemo13 said:
    It wouldn't be a massive jump over the 6670 to be honest. If you wait for more funds you can spring for a better PSU and a better card.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107-7.html

    It's a 2 tier difference, which you might be able to see realistically, but I would go bigger.

    And what power supply do you have? I suspect its not a very good one, since its got 20a on the 12V and 40a on the 5.


    Yeah but i dont want to wait more, because i only have enough money for that video card.
    And my PSU isnt a certified one, and yea its not a very good one, but i heard it can handle a 7750.
  6. It should be good enough for that....just I wouldnt trust it for much else.
  7. Yes, a 7750 will work well with that PSU. It's probably one of the best low-range cards you can get.

    Next time for an upgrade, also consider getting a PSU with more amps/wattage into the +12V rail.
  8. Thanks guys, i just ordered the video card!
  9. Cool! Happy gaming!
  10. Im really happy with this card, before having this one, i had a 6670 DDR3, and when playing BF3 , upgrading it to High settings, i got 15 FPS more! and when playing GTA4, from High ( except shadow ) to Very High i got also 10-15 FPS more.
  11. Nice! Enjoy :)
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