Can i run ati radeon 5450 1gb in 350 power supply

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can i run ati radeon 5450 1gb in 350 power supply?
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  1. Yes
  2. I already tried installing ati radeon 5450 1gb and there's no display on screen monitor? the cable on my board already transferred to the video-card. my previous video-card is Nvidia GeForce 9400GT 512mb DDR2 128bit, and i have ASUS P5SD2-VM board, Intel Pentium dual core processor, 4GB RAM. need some help here.
  3. Hello,
    I want to upgrade my graphics video card... I am using Nvidia GeForce 9400GT 512mb ddr2 128bit, Intel Pentium dual core processor, 4gb RAM, 350watt power supply, ASUS P5SD2-VM motherboard... any suggestions what videocard am I gonna buy to replace my existing videocard? I thought of using any 1gb ddr3 videocard... pls help...
  4. Following radeons should do a good job

    4650
    4670
    5650
    5670
    6570
    6650
    6670

    They all have low power usage and should work fine on your 350W PSU (As long as it's a make of decent quality)


    For any form of gaming, stay clear of 4350's, 5450's... They are great strictly for office productivity, in other words, adding a second screen...
    (Still beats an onboard 4250, nvidia 8200 or Intel HD but you are limited to very old titles or very low details)


    I personally played Mafia II on the following specs at a friend's place. (It's their spare HDTV PC)

    Athlon II X2 2.8Ghz
    2x1 Gigs Ram
    Radeon 4650
    AcePower 350W

    The game looked great on 1920x1080 with medium graphics... I was quite impressed.
    Did lag at times but overall was good.
  5. You can go up to a 6670 or 7750. Have you tired updating the bios? Otherwise I'm thinking your 5450 is doa if your old 9400gt still works.

    BTW there is no such thing as a 5650 or 6650 desktop card.
  6. Please tell me how to update bios... I have no idea how to start.
  7. I think my 5450 is dead. gonna buy 6670.. thanks for the info...
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