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Would a GeForce GTX650 Ti fit on a MS7504 v1.1 motherboard and give good performance
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    As long as the Motherboard has PCI-E (which is does) and you have enough space in the case bundled with a good PSU with all the required connections then it should be fine. It would be nice if you could list your specifications to see if it would be viable; it's hard to judge just from knowing the motherboard.
  2. Anonymous said:
    As long as the Motherboard has PCI-E (which is does) and you have enough space in the case bundled with a good PSU with all the required connections then it should be fine. It would be nice if you could list your specifications to see if it would be viable; it's hard to judge just from knowing the motherboard.


    OS: Win 7 64bit
    Processor: Intel Q8200 2.4GHz
    Ram: 4Gb
    GPU: Geforce GT120 1GB DDR2

    This is my son's computer and finds the games he plays are a bit hit and mis graphically. ie, chivalry medeval warfare
  3. Can you give us your PSU model?
  4. 400w power supply if that helps
  5. john05239603 said:
    400w power supply if that helps

    I highly suggest you upgrade to a 550W + PSU from a good brand, like Antec, XfX, Seasonic, Corsair etc.

    Oh and the CPU might be a bit worrying (bottleneck for certain games)
  6. Power supply model; DPS 400w B C
  7. Ravyu said:
    I highly suggest you upgrade to a 550W + PSU from a good brand, like Antec, XfX, Seasonic, Corsair etc.

    Oh and the CPU might be a bit worrying (bottleneck for certain games)


    would a Intel Core i5-3570K be ok
  8. john05239603 said:
    would a Intel Core i5-3570K be ok

    Yes, infact, its the best for gaming CPU now.
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