Will my motherboard support the Radeon HD 6770

Hello,

I have a BIOSTAR A780L3G AMD 780L Motherboard and i'm wondering if it supports the radeon hd 6770 as i've read that the radeon hd 6770 requires 2 slots.

Thanks,
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  1. short answer is Yes

    however you will not be able to use the PCI slot next to the PCIe slot due to the width of the video card.

    the better question is does you PSU support the video card
  2. Emerald said:
    short answer is Yes

    however you will not be able to use the PCI slot next to the PCIe slot due to the width of the video card.

    the better question is does you PSU support the video card



    Thanks Emerald
  3. another question whats ur cpu ??
  4. it's an AMD Phenom II X4 965 BE 3.4 ghz
  5. Trance21 said:
    it's an AMD Phenom II X4 965 BE 3.4 ghz


    that would work fine ,with that gpu , what resolusion will u be playing at ??(in other words how big is ur screen?)
  6. crimsondivel said:
    that would work fine ,with that gpu , what resolusion will u be playing at ??(in other words how big is ur screen?)



    I'll be playing at 1920 x 1080p on my 23 inch monitor
  7. that gpu is going to have some hard time @ ur resolution try to get 7850 that should work or higher (the higher the better )

    * u should w8 for more experienced people ,dont take my advice as ur final decisions
  8. crimsondivel said:
    that gpu is going to have some hard time @ ur resolution try to get 7850 that should work or higher (the higher the better )

    * u should w8 for more experienced people ,dont take my advice as ur final decisions



    Hi crimsondivel,

    thanks for your advice, in the end i got the 6870.
  9. nice, i have the gigabyte 6870 soc
  10. Hi Crimsondivel,

    I got my card yesterday, PowerColor 6870, and after installing the card and the driver, everything was going fine for the first 20min until I get a blue screen and had to shutdown. Afterward when i start my pc it wont detect my monitor. I'm wondering if it's because of the driver or because of the video card itself.
    Have you ever encountered such problem with your gigabyte 6870?

    Here's my system specs:

    MOTHERBOARD: BIOSTAR A780L3G AMD 780 AM3 SOCKET MOTHERBOARD
    CPU: AMD Phenom II X4 965 Black Edition AM3 CPU
    RAM: ADATA Premier Srs 4GB 240Pin DDR3 1333 (PC3 10666)
    PSU: ULTRA 700W PSU LIMITED EDITION - BLK
    VIDEO CARD: Powercolor Radeon HD 6870 900MHZ 1GB 4.2GHZ GDDR5

    Thanks,
  11. *check ur psu first i looked for reviews and didnt find any if its a cheap one u have to buy a good one
    *ur card maybe over heating make space for air flow or put a fan .........etc
  12. Did you connect two 6-pin PCIe connectors from your power supply DIRECTLY to your graphics card?
  13. crimsondivel said:
    *check ur psu first i looked for reviews and didnt find any if its a cheap one u have to buy a good one
    *ur card maybe over heating make space for air flow or put a fan .........etc


    I fixed the problem. I just reconnected all the cables and replugged the ram and also uninstalled the video card driver and it works now. Maybe the new amd driver 12.8 is causing me problems.
    Which version are you using crimsondivel?
  14. Sunius said:
    Did you connect two 6-pin PCIe connectors from your power supply DIRECTLY to your graphics card?


    yes i did its working now.
  15. Glad you solved it ;).
  16. i have the 12.8 driver and wirking fine
  17. thanks for help guys
    really appreciate it
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