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Can a 500w power supply run a single card GTX680?
I am currently running GTX 560 ti OC SLI with an I5-750 at 3.5ghz, is it time to update my processor or still hang on as i only game at 1920 and its all pretty smooth for now
So I am building my first PC, and I was planning on going for the i7 2600k, but with the new ivy bridge, a lot of my friends who have already built their PCs had advised me to go for the i7 3770k. I understand Ivy Bridge is updated and supposed to be better, yet I am also aware of the heat problems, especially when OCing (I don't plan on OCing so far, probably no higher than 4.0). So, if I have an aftermarket HSF, the Noctua NH-D14 specifically, will I still be experiencing heat problems? Should I just go for the Sandy Bridge?
Hello Mr. I am looking to buy a new gaming Pc i am keen on buying a Gtx 670 Or radeon Hd 7970. so my doubt is which Processor is Capable of extracting the gpus full potential. my cpu options are Intel Core i5 3550, 3570K And 3770K of the three which i go in for. Please Help......
I have a MSI Radeon HD 6970 Lightning with a 3x1080p monitor setup, should I add another HD 6970 or grab a GTX 680 2GB or 4GB card?
I have a msi HD6970 lightning card with 3x1080p monitor setup..i want to update my pc should i get another hd6970 or buy GTX 680 2gb or4gb for my 3 monitor setup?
Hello-- I have two computers, HP sr1850nx and a1310. First uses PC3200 SDRAM (supports Dual channel DDR). The other uses DDR PC3200, DDR non-ECC. Are these memory sticks interchangeable? Thanks in advance.
I have an older ASUS P4C800-E Deluxe motherboard, and want to know what the yellow RCA port on the back does
Hey guys, I've got an older ASUS P4C-800-E Deluxe board, and I wanted to know what the yellow RCA port on the board's connectors is actually for. Is it an input or output, and how can I use it?
Hi! I'm building my first computer and i was wondering if a MSI Radeon HD 7770 video card is compatible with an ASUS M5A97 motherboard.
I am building a new desktop pc wich will have a 2 way SLI setup on it, and was wandering about if it is worth getting a mobo that can run these two cards at x16 both or just x8 both. I am casual gamer and wanted to know if it will make much difference in gaming if the cards run at x16 or x8. The cards are at moment Msi's gtx 560 ti 2gb.
Thank you for your time, cheers!
Do you have to have a 120Hz monitor (as opposed to a 60Hz) for 3D gaming?