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October 25, 2012 4:31:48 PM

I have a lenovo H330 and I would like to find out what graphics card would work and fit it to my PC.

I know it would be best to update my PSU (250 watt) but unless you could link me one that could fit in the PC that is out of the question.

I need a graphics card that could run Battlefield 3 on medium or high with 30 frames or better. I know I need a low profile card any recommendations/suggestions?


My specs:

250 watt PSU

1600 x 900 screen resolution

and a small case

Links to what the case looks like:


http://images.pcworld.com/reviews/graphics/products/upl...

http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/617/617483/003_300x.jpg

http://www.lenovo.com/shop/americas/content/img_lib/pro...

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October 25, 2012 5:31:05 PM

If you have a bad CPU and a great GPU it would just bottleneck the performance.

And I begin to think, when you got that PSU, the rest of your specs must be pretty old, and by that I mean pretty bad. You should actually consider buying a new system instead of upgrading.
a b U Graphics card
October 25, 2012 5:31:10 PM

If you have a bad CPU and a great GPU it would just bottleneck the performance.

And I begin to think, when you got that PSU, the rest of your specs must be pretty old, and by that I mean pretty bad. You should actually consider buying a new system instead of upgrading.
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October 25, 2012 5:35:33 PM

lostgamer_03 said:
If you have a bad CPU and a great GPU it would just bottleneck the performance.

And I begin to think, when you got that PSU, the rest of your specs must be pretty old, and by that I mean pretty bad. You should actually consider buying a new system instead of upgrading.


Nope the other specs are ok:

i5

4g ram

windows 7
a b U Graphics card
October 25, 2012 5:56:50 PM

Powercolor has low profile 6770's, which are slightly more powerful than the 7750, but the 7750 is the only one that *might* run on your PSU.
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