Please, Also advise a Card that might not need a PCIE power input(since my PSU does not have any), i choose 7750 because this was the only one i could find with my PSU's power limitations. I read that a 6770 also did not require additional power, cable not sure of this info.
I am a total Noob & even after prolonged reading attempts on this topic, still null when it comes to graphics hardware knowledge.
@mocchan: I have added the card you linked in, but do u suggest a better card in terms of generation, if i were to choose an older generation 9800GT or a 48xx ATI card ? then i could uprade my PSU as well as the older gen cards are much cheaper i feel. But is it a suitable option for me ?
@Deemo13: I won't overclock any of my devices, but would my PSU mess up my machine even though it claims 512 & even if i were to buy 7750 it won't use much of that 512 Watts no ? I remember reading PSU fry machines wen u reach its max wattage. do u think it wll affect my machine even though i dont use the total PSU power ?
@geekapproved: would i be damaging my machine without changing my PSU ?
thanks for that info,
so my PSU + 7750/7770 is the first option (most preferable) ..
but, is an older generation card(equivalent performance) + cool new PSU a possible option also ? if so does any card come to ur mind ?
ohoh I just read from an Amazon reviewer that a micro-ATX motherboard might not be able to accommodate this card.
Does the motherboard's form factor affect placing the card ? my Computer case is the normal ATX sized one, into which the Gigabyte micro-ATX motherboard is screwed on.