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What's the Highest Graphic Card My Computer Can Support?

Here's my computer spec.Need your help to tell me the highest graphic card I can get for my computer without budget limit...

MOBO - http://www.amazon.com/ASUS-P8Z77-M-Intel-Micro-Motherboard/dp/B007RIFKS0

RAM - 8GB DDR3

iNtel - Core i5

OS - Window 7 Ultimate x64 bit

Screen Resolution - 1920x1080

Power Supply - http://www.gigabyte.my/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3841#kf

CPU - [C00ler Master Elite 311] http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=6705

Budget - NO LIMIT

Thanks For Your Help :)
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    If you remove a drive bracket, your case will support GPUs up to 422mm/16.6 inches in length. That being the case, you could install either a Radeon HD7970 or Nvidia GTX680/690. That is from a space stand-point.

    While I am not familiar with Gigabyte PSUs, the company generally makes good products. At 500W. I would stick to a Radeon 7950 or GTX 670.
  2. ^ +1

    But I would surely recommend you a better PSU, as you have No Limit :lol:
    And btw which model i5 it is?
  3. I am having problems with your power supply link. Assuming you have the juice you can buy the best card out there. Remember we expect the 8000 series in the spring.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107-6.html
  4. jnkweaver said:
    I am having problems with your power supply link. Assuming you have the juice you can buy the best card out there. Remember we expect the 8000 series in the spring.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/gaming-graphics-card-review,3107-6.html


    It's Gigabyte PoweRock EX 500W so?
  5. In that case I would agree with COLGeek. I also am not familiar with the Gigabyte powersupplies. Haven't seen any reviews of them. The company does make good products so I would hope they made a decent power supply. 500W is limiting though so his suggestion of a 7950 or GTX 670 is spot on. Make sure you have the spare power connector for the card off your power supply before ordering.
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