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For example, if the PSU requirements say “minimum W output” then you want to make sure that you get a PSU that is somewhat above that. Also, the cards on that list are all PCIe compatible, which means they’ll work in your motherboard. I believe the avail brands are Coolermaster.. This month would prolly go and get the When buying a card, just chose the cheapest brand availible. Now for video cards

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Yes, my password is: Make sure you look at the PSU requirements for any card you are thinking of, before you buy it. Other than that, all that satrow just said. 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?

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BurrellFeb 12, Now for video cards Do you already have an account? Your name or email address: The PSU is more of a auss. Find out what’s available in your area and check for validated user comments on those models with a few bigger retail sites like newegg and ebuyer before committing your cash.


Honestly, your motherboard is fine, I wouldn’t worry about that.

Graphics card for Asus M4N68T-M-LE-V2 AMD motherboard apart from GeForce 7025/Nvidia?

Sorry i was waffling on there a bit, i hope that makes sense. You must log in or sign up to reply here. And we will still be here as well, if you have more questions.

MimsyFeb 9, Hats off to ya all for your Kind Advice.

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Here its quite difficult to find Corsair and other PSU. Regarding what Mimsy said about Recommended power for graphics cards, the mn468t-m doesn’t matter.

I have XP SP2. And i dont want to cha nge my motherboard as i got this system just last week.

Heard ATI Radeon graphics cards are good. Then again, as Satrow said, it may be worth risking it for a bit longer on a pe video card while saving up for a new PSU. Newegg’s user reviews are a very good resource, they have a very knowledgeable customer base.

Also, the cards on that list are all PCIe compatible, which means they’ll work in your motherboard. First off, video cards for PCIe slots will fit in your board, so that part is easy.

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But the same card with a w generic power supply wouldn’t end so well. Now Hells Highway runs smooth and loads fast. I ran a GTX Uses about 4x the power of a on a corsair w power supply for about a year. Just keeping my fingers crossed.


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. I was composing this while Mimsy was posting, so I hope there’s no conflict, if there is, please go with her advice rather than mine I’m just an amateur.

This month would prolly go and get the That will give you a reliable PSU and good value for your money. Thanks for the advice. No, create an account now. Log in or Sign up. The important thing for you to keep in mind asuss the video card’s PSU requirements.