Hats off to ya all for your Kind Advice ;-. And we will still be here as well, if you have more questions. But the same card with a w generic power supply wouldn’t end so well. Mimsy , Feb 9, Discussion in ‘ Hardware ‘ started by metakixrocker , Feb 9, When buying a card, just chose the cheapest brand availible.
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Graphics card for Asus M4N68T-M-LE-V2 AMD motherboard apart from GeForce 7025/Nvidia?
Now for video cards If not what are the compatible external graphic cards for my motherboard? You must log in or sign up to reply here.
The PSU is more of a concern. BurrellFeb 12, First off, video cards for PCIe slots will fit in your board, so that part is easy. M4n68-tm, my password is: Please don’t be fooled by the man at the PC World equilivilent who will try to sell you a w generic power supply that will output less power than a w antec and will blow up in 4 months c2 the line, don’t settle for anything but a one of the brand names i mentioned.
I ran a GTX Uses about 4x the power of a on a corsair w power supply for about a year. This month would prolly go and get the Tom’s has some reviews, concentrate on the power consumption differences if you want tom use your current PSU for a while before upgrading it.
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Thanks for the advice. I believe the avail brands are Coolermaster. M4h68t-m Hells Highway runs smooth vya loads fast. Then again, as Satrow said, it may be worth risking it for a bit longer on a modest video card while saving up for a new PSU. So do you want a short term fix, or are you looking to get a card that will get you set for a couple of years before you need to upgrade again?
Can i upgrade to an external chipset graphics card? I’m sure Mimsy will offer further suggestions and specifics to help you choose. And which graphics card is compatible with my motherboard?
MimsyFeb 9, When buying a card, just chose the cheapest brand availible. As to which brand to choose, it really depends on the exact models you look at, each brand might have a number of cards of that spec.
Sorry i was waffling on there a bit, i hope that makes sense.
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That will give you a reliable PSU and good value for your money. Just keeping my fingers crossed. Newegg’s user reviews are a very good resource, they m4n68t- a very knowledgeable customer base.
Regarding what Mimsy said about Recommended power for graphics cards, the wattage doesn’t matter. MimsyFeb 11, Regarding the video card the is a great shout, stay away from the GTS as they tend to be overpriced for what they are, probably more so in India.
Discussion in ‘ Hardware ‘ started by metakixrockerFeb 9, Make sure you look at the PSU requirements for any card you are thinking of, before you buy it. Also, the cards on that list are all PCIe compatible, which means they’ll work in your motherboard.
Hats off to ya all for your Kind Advice. Your onboard video is good for being onboard, but at the same time there are a lot of dedicated cards that will be an improvement from what you have now.
For example, if the PSU requirements say “minimum W output” then you want to make wsus that you get a PSU that is somewhat above that.