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    Extra Value Desktop PC, Intel Dual Core E5300, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, DVDRW, NO OS

    Regarding this current Deal can anyone recommend a good (not too loud) PSU from ebuyer that I can purchase so I can fit a dedicated graphics card?

    I'm not after a gamers card, but a good all rounder. Any recommendation for this also apprechiated.

    hotukdeals.com/for…344

    Is it ok to move to a 400watt - any specific connectors needed?

    Thanks

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    Original Poster

    tonyg1962;6177479

    this one :thumbsup:http://www.ebuyer.com/product/150985



    is this better than the ebuyer ones?

    soled73;6177799

    is this better than the ebuyer ones?



    Dop you mean is this better than the one that comes fitted in that PC,Yes it will be a lot better and almost silent and have every connection you need,

    I'd second tonyg1962's suggestion :thumbsup:

    I can do you this ]Hiper 425W PSU for £22 delivered if interested in the appropriate ]Computers FS section. It has a dedicated PCI-E graphics card connector, & has run a 8800GT graphics card with ease.

    Original Poster

    out of interest I've just seen the following on PC PRO (A lab winner), is this ok for this PC or does the PSU still need changing?

    XFX Radeon HD 4650 Silent Heatpipe 1GB DDR2 Dual DVI HDTV Out PCI-E Graphics Card
    ebuyer.com/pro…633

    soled73;6179389

    out of interest I've just seen the following on PC PRO (A lab winner), is … out of interest I've just seen the following on PC PRO (A lab winner), is this ok for this PC or does the PSU still need changing?XFX Radeon HD 4650 Silent Heatpipe 1GB DDR2 Dual DVI HDTV Out PCI-E Graphics Cardhttp://www.ebuyer.com/product/169633



    You would probably get away with the original PSU but i couldnt say without knowing the exact model However the first thing i always change in a PC is the PSU as it will almost certainly be the loudest compnent and once you buy a good one you can keep it and swap it from one PC to another everytime you buy new,

    Ive got the same PC as you and i bought a HD 4850 + a Corsair 450w

    ebuyer.com/pro…052

    Yes soled73, the PSU will be fine for the card.

    You could go up to a better ]HD 4670 without having to change the PSU.

    The cheaper Corsair will run a HD4850 too.

    Original Poster

    Thanks all.
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