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Radeon hd 4300 ti Radeon 6850 Hd.....

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July 28, 2012 12:01:24 AM

Hello,
i am a total comptuer noob....
but im planning to get Radeon 6850 HD, im currently using Radeon HD 4300.
Will Radeon 6850 HD fit in my computer?(like the size and stuff....) if not is there a way? if there isnt, what good graphic card would?

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July 28, 2012 12:16:44 AM

Well I can't tell if it would fit in your computer if I have no idea what it is, wanna give us some info?
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July 28, 2012 12:21:03 AM

A 4300\4500 card to a 6850 will knock your socks off :) 

Just make sure you have the power for it. AMD recommends a 500 watt power supply, but a good(not those 25$ 600 watt units that have less power then a 300 watt unit) quality 450 will do just fine if the system(with power to spare) is not overclocked to the moon.

As for size, It will depend on your case. The 4300 cards are in fact quite small. It is about the same size as a 5770 and those fit into many cases.

What computer(more so what case) are you running?
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July 28, 2012 1:30:52 AM

nukemaster said:
A 4300\4500 card to a 6850 will knock your socks off :) 

Just make sure you have the power for it. AMD recommends a 500 watt power supply, but a good(not those 25$ 600 watt units that have less power then a 300 watt unit) quality 450 will do just fine if the system(with power to spare) is not overclocked to the moon.

As for size, It will depend on your case. The 4300 cards are in fact quite small. It is about the same size as a 5770 and those fit into many cases.

What computer(more so what case) are you running?


tnx for the help.

i have no idead what a 'case' is im a total noob :p 

My dad might know since he is the one who got the computer for me,

when i get the information i'll tell you and plz help me :p 

tnx :) 
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July 28, 2012 2:14:48 AM

Just post here when you get the info and an alert will show up next time I am on the forums.

Get as much info as you can on the system.

6850's are about 8.5-9.25 and as long as 10(would be some kind of monster) inches long. This variation is because of different coolers and custom boards.
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July 28, 2012 2:22:17 AM

Take a picture and put it on here
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July 28, 2012 3:39:15 AM

nukemaster said:
Just post here when you get the info and an alert will show up next time I am on the forums.

Get as much info as you can on the system.

6850's are about 8.5-9.25 and as long as 10(would be some kind of monster) inches long. This variation is because of different coolers and custom boards.



actually im trying to get gtx 560,

my friends told me it was better..

would it still work?

Thanks again for helping me right now

ill get info next time :) 
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July 28, 2012 3:43:50 AM

The 560 is better, but so is the 6870. I'd go for whichever is cheaper.

What kind of computer do you have? HP? Dell?
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July 28, 2012 5:55:36 PM

nukemaster said:
Just post here when you get the info and an alert will show up next time I am on the forums.

Get as much info as you can on the system.

6850's are about 8.5-9.25 and as long as 10(would be some kind of monster) inches long. This variation is because of different coolers and custom boards.


my dad doesnt know for some reason,

is there another way to see what my Case is?

or do i hav to open up my computer?
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July 28, 2012 6:07:55 PM

It may have a label on it.

Opening it and taking a picture would be even better for the most part.
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July 28, 2012 7:13:28 PM

Yea, just take a picture of it or there might just be a label on it.
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July 28, 2012 8:16:21 PM

nukemaster said:
It may have a label on it.

Opening it and taking a picture would be even better for the most part.


i used a program call CPU-Z and got some info..

Motherboard

Manufacturer AsusTek Computer INC.

Model : M4N68T-M-V2

idk how to post the picture here,,,

if u need anything else ill try checking it here.

and im planning to get this one

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Gigabyte-Technology-ATI-Radeon-...

thanks :D 
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July 28, 2012 11:46:28 PM

The thing is I'm not sure your power supply will support it.
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July 28, 2012 11:48:37 PM

can you post a screenshot of the cpu-z as well as try to open up the case and check the power supply which is the thing the power connector is attached to.

If you don't have sufficient power, it may damage your gpu or it might just not run.
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July 29, 2012 12:46:53 AM

esrever said:
can you post a screenshot of the cpu-z as well as try to open up the case and check the power supply which is the thing the power connector is attached to.

If you don't have sufficient power, it may damage your gpu or it might just not run.


can i not change the power supply?

and still will the graphics card fit?

and the screen shot is my profile picture if u cant see it tell me...

and here is the card im planning to get :

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Gigabyte-Video-Card-GV-R685OC-1...

thank you guys for helping me.
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July 29, 2012 12:51:53 AM

yes you can change power supply, considering the things about your computer, you probably need a new one for a 6850. You'd want a decent 400w or higher for a 6850 imo.
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July 29, 2012 12:54:31 AM

esrever said:
yes you can change power supply, considering the things about your computer, you probably need a new one for a 6850. You'd want a decent 400w or higher for a 6850 imo.


can u see the screen shot?
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July 29, 2012 1:14:47 AM

nope, I can't see the screen shot.
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July 29, 2012 1:22:34 AM

nope
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July 29, 2012 1:37:20 AM

your computer should have no problem with a 6850 provided your power supply can handle the card. Thats a bit hard to say without you opening the case and looking at the power supply.

You'd probably need a new one if your pc was pre built.
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July 29, 2012 1:39:51 AM

esrever said:
your computer should have no problem with a 6850 provided your power supply can handle the card. Thats a bit hard to say without you opening the case and looking at the power supply.

You'd probably need a new one if your pc was pre built.


Thanks for the help!

ill try opening the case tomorrow,

i dont think its prebuilt because i couldnt find company logo anywhere on the case

ill see tomorrow :) 
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July 29, 2012 2:36:07 AM



Here's where the power supply would be. Sometimes it is also on the bottom of the case.

The label on the side should provide sufficient information.
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July 29, 2012 3:38:46 AM

Deemo13 said:
http://tech.blorge.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/power-supply-1.jpg

Here's where the power supply would be. Sometimes it is also on the bottom of the case.

The label on the side should provide sufficient information.



okay thanks,

and how did u post the picture here? haha

i looked for ages and still didnt figure it out.
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July 29, 2012 3:59:33 AM

Click the add reply ------->

And then there's a little picture of a picture. You click that and then put in the URL.
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