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Will my Power Supply Unit support a Radeon 6670 hd?

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January 13, 2013 10:45:00 PM

Hi friends, I am first at Tom's. Please do guide me through the problem!

First I will give you the info-

My system specs---
# A Geforce6100pm-m2
# 2 GB kingston DDR2 RAM
# An AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+
# A PCI-E x16 slot
# LG Monitor 18.5inches

More info about my PSU....
This is exactly what is written on my PSU..

HiP ATX-600W

VOLTAGE | CURRENT
AC INPUT 110V 8A
220V 4A


DC OUTPUT

Orange Yellow Blue Red White Purple
+3.3V +12V -12V +5V -5V +5Vsb
18A 34A 1.2A 20A ---A 2.3A


can my PSU will handle an hd 6670 or not. If it will, which brand should I buy( Sapphire, XFX ,ASUS etc.). Also tell me if the card will be compatible for my PC specifications or not.

I don't want to upgrade my PSU so if my PSU will not handle 6670, please suggest me another video card around 40-60$ same s the price for this gpu. or atleast give me some advice...

does it needed a power connector? or the 6670 just get the power from the mobo?

thanks a lot. i appreciated it.
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January 13, 2013 10:46:31 PM

Seems like a very generic CHEAPO power supply, but should still be enough to run the 6670. I suggest getting a Gigabyte or ASUS card. Good luck
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January 13, 2013 10:50:22 PM

samuelspark said:
Seems like a very generic CHEAPO power supply, but should still be enough to run the 6670. I suggest getting a Gigabyte or ASUS card. Good luck

sir is there a better video card besides 6670 that can handle my pc specs. that costs the same as the gpu 6670? thanks
January 14, 2013 12:32:51 AM

trigun541969 said:
sir is there a better video card besides 6670 that can handle my pc specs. that costs the same as the gpu 6670? thanks

well, u can try to search on newegg (im assuming u know the website, if not, google it) and adjusting the search results to suit ur budget, say less than $100 since thats what the 6670 costs
and then see if the ones u like can work on ur pc, most of them require a decent PSU (say 400W) and 1 empty x16 PCI slot, u already passed these requirments in the info u provided above
good luck, i know its hard work getting a good and cheap GPU
!