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    hey guys im new here and this is my first topic and i need some advice here i have this PSU that has this spec

    dc output +3.3V:30A+12V:20A
    -12V:0.5A +5VSB:2A

    and i want to know if HD4670 and HD4770 well work on that PSU? , im currectly using 7800GT im going to upgrade it soon with on one of those cards but im on a low budget right now i can only afford one at the time..thanks and cheers!

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    What brand PSU do you have? Is it a good name brand or a bargain bin one? What is the wattage on your PSU?

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    That PSU should accomodate your needs just fine as long as you are only running one video card?

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    they are both low power consuming cards. But regardless of the wattage, its good if you know the brand and make of the PSU at least. That is very important when deciding what PSU to buy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    What brand PSU do you have? Is it a good name brand or a bargain bin one? What is the wattage on your PSU?
    this images is the exact look of my PSU



    its Intex Accopia Dual Fan 500watts , very weird brand yes HD4670 should work okay cause on low power consumption and no extra PICe pins i really doubt about HD4770 but if i have extra budget i should get HD4770 with new PSU..

    PS: as i known on my backup computer and downloader (when i download heavy files with slow connection i leave it for 10-5hours) which has the same PSU with Geforce 6800 the older one with 300watts that reached 4 years without any problem until now its epic alive! or could be luck?
    Last edited by KTK777; 19-10-2009 at 17:01.

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    That should be able to accommodate it. Although I've never heard of that brand before, you just hope it won't die on you!

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    i'll get a good video card hopefully this November at any case i well update my situation soon..

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    To be honest with you, your better off buying a new brand name power supply when you buy your new video card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    To be honest with you, your better off buying a new brand name power supply when you buy your new video card.
    I agree with Doctor_Death, if you get a good video card, but a bad PSU, you might blow your graphics if your PSU dies on you.

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    yes i'll take that advice its better to be sure than too late thanks guys

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