my name is jag and I'm from India.. I'm new to gaming and have less knowledge about hardwares and graphics card. my pc is around 8 months old and it came with a crappy card, though my card can play games either at a very low frame rate or at very low or minimum settings.
I think it should fit into the motherboard but im not sure about the case. And a new PSU is needed. As for the 670 and 670m, the 670m is the mobile version built into laptops. These cannot be used in a desktop machine.
Well first smps is a switching-mode power supply. With that computer only coming with a 300w PSU you will most defiantly need a better PSU. A gtx 670m is for laptops the m is for mobile. You should not have any problems with the mainboard as you have 1 PCI-E x16 slot so get a good quality PSU and your GPU and you should be good to go.
At least 500 watt in a good brand. Cheaper brands that are 500 watt will peak to that but never stay at a good wattage constantly. It you want it to be useful for longer, say if you SLI then a 650-750 is good. Do you have a preffered site to buy from?
^^ agree with this, corsair makes very good gear, and a good psu will last across multiple upgrades, granted you dont go above its requirements. I use a corsair and I havent had a single problem with it. I never have to think about it, which is what you want in a PSU.
At least 500 watt in a good brand. Cheaper brands that are 500 watt will peak to that but never stay at a good wattage constantly. It you want it to be useful for longer, say if you SLI then a 650-750 is good. Do you have a preferred site to buy from?
no i have no preferred site, to be true i have no knowledge about psu/smps at all .. please direct me to a site, even if its not avialable in my country (online) i'll go to the local market and search for it..
i would prefer a branded psu..
please give me some names.
here is a pic of my cabinet do you guys think the card would fit the case.. its a mid ranged atx cabinet.
What brand you buy doesn't make it a good PSU & Total Power Supply Wattage is NOT the crucial factor in power supply selection! Total Combined Continuous Power/Current Available on the +12V Rail(s) @ 50°C ambient temperature, is the most important factor.