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Is Sapphire AMD/ATI HD 7870 HDMI OC Edition 2 GB GDDR5 good for me

hi friend i have asus m5a 78l-mlx mother board, amd 6100 cpu, 8 gb ram and two 2 tb hdd.
please help me, is it MSI AMD R7850 Power Edition 2GD5/OC 2 GB GDDR5 Graphics Card good for me?
and it's support my motherboard?
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  1. Yes, its a good card and will be supported by your motherboard. Good purchase indeed.

    The main question is, what power supply do you have? if it is a cheap and weak power supply you may fry your components. Be sure to have a minimun 450W PSU of a good brand, just like seassonic, antec or corsair. If you have an unknown branded PSU, do NOT buy a GPU.
  2. Yes, that card is good for your system and your motherboard does support it.
  3. thax frds , i all ready have 500w psu
    is it any good graphic card in this range?
  4. Can you give us a specific model? Knowing power rating only doesn't really help much
  5. my budget is 15000rs
  6. suggest me a model under 15000rs
    or i have to wait for AMD’s Radeon HD 8000 series??
  7. No no no. I wanted to know the specific model of your power supply. Sorry for the confusion
  8. i have Cooler Master Thunder 500W...
    have i wait for AMD’s Radeon HD 8000 series??
  9. Coolermaster are not so good psu.please tell your +12v ratings on sticker of your psu.
  10. ATX 12V V2.3, 2 x 12V Power Rail
  11. Best answer
    If you don't mind waiting then wait. If you want to buy now, buy now. HD8000 is probably due out in June or something. That's 5 months away

    I really think you should replace the power supply. Cooler Master doesn't have one of the best psu and their lower end are even worse. It's usually overrated and has high ripple. If you're budget is low, get an Antec VP-450 or corsair CX430
  12. thax friend for this kind help
  13. Best answer selected by jsinghjassi.
  14. You're welcome. Good luck with your purchase and happy gaming ;)
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