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Mobo supports pci express16 (think that's right, i've lost touch...) I've seen this one: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/141456 i don't wanna be spending mega bucks coz I'm not a gamer, it'll main… Read More
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9y, 2w agoPosted 9 years, 2 weeks ago
Mobo supports pci express16 (think that's right, i've lost touch...)

I've seen this one: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/141456

i don't wanna be spending mega bucks coz I'm not a gamer, it'll mainly be used for running my 22" monitor (must have DVI), Vista's Aero, photo editing, and maybe some HUKD surfing ;-)

Thanks
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9y, 2w agoPosted 9 years, 2 weeks ago
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#1
waaaay ottp if u dont game it will just burn power and eventually the fan will go faulty and be noisy lol
grap one of the dells x600 cards on fleabay, £15.00 should be enough

sorry just noticed the aero requirement, forget what i said lol, that one should do just fine
#2
PSU in system is max output 250w, damn
#3
publicnme
PSU in system is max output 250w, damn


post the make of your psu and post the spec of the system it's going into, it might be enuff, i've seen cheapy 600watt psus out performed by much lower wattage rated ones, wattage isnt that important on an inverter its efficiency that counts
#4
It's a HP Compaq dc7800 Small Form Factor, 2Gb RAM, E6750, DVD Writer, 750Gb Samsung HDD. PSU is HP stickered, model DPS-240MB-1
Thanks
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publicnme
It's a HP Compaq dc7800 Small Form Factor, 2Gb RAM, E6750, DVD Writer, 750Gb Samsung HDD. PSU is HP stickered, model DPS-240MB-1
Thanks


usually pretty good psu's in hp machines would be very surprised if this wasn't up to the job,but...
This card might overheat a bit in a sff case make sure there is plenty of room around the card for air flow and some where close by for it to vent and also check clearence on rear of pci-e slot this ones fan appears to stick over the back of the slot a bit
#6
Thanks for your help, have some rep!
#7
maddogb
post the make of your psu and post the spec of the system it's going into, it might be enuff, i've seen cheapy 600watt psus out performed by much lower wattage rated ones, wattage isnt that important on an inverter its efficiency that counts


I thought that wattage was generally measured as availible power for the system rather than max consumed power?
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EndlessWaves
I thought that wattage was generally measured as availible power for the system rather than max consumed power?


depends on what they are trying to sell u

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