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hey guys i was just wondering if my build could handle an hd 7750? most specs are exact. couldnt find exact motherboard but its pretty close

in the part list i put the sapphire 7750 but im thinking of getting either the Asus, HIS, or the Sapphire tell me which one is the best and if you do or dont reccomend the HD 7750

all help is appreciated THANKS!!!

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  • 94 months ago
  • 1 point

Minimum 450 watt power supply. You should really upgrade it and then get a higher end video card.

  • 94 months ago
  • 1 point

according to the specs hd 7750 only uses 75W at max draw why do i need the 450 Watt

  • 94 months ago
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It states it on the website. The gpu is not the only thing that uses power/watts. If the gpu was the only thing needing power than why would there be 1000w power supplies. Anyways i looked the gpu up and it said minimum 450 watt power supply. And AMD Cpus are power hogs.

  • 87 months ago
  • 1 point

that maybe true but it's not exact it's a estimate so you can go 350w depends on how much everything else is

  • 94 months ago
  • 1 point

upgrade to 450w+ psu, and save up $200 for a 7850, beats anything else in the price range, and will murder a 7750

  • 94 months ago
  • 1 point

before recommending a graphics card, the logical question of what you plan to do with this computer comes to mind. Are you a heavy gamer and expect minimum 30 to 60fps in Skyrim? Or are you mostly using this for surfing the web and office applications? Totally different needs.

Regarding the HD7750, it's a fine graphics card with very low power draw - but it will be crushed by many games out there. I wouldn't spend more than $90 on an HD7750. I personally have the Asus HD7770 (got it for $109 to my door) and can vouch it is dead quiet even while loaded. If silence is one of your objectives get the Asus or XFX over the Gigabyte or MSI ones. I found reviews online which showed the Asus and XFX to be the quietest.

Regarding PSU, for that list you have a 450W is more than enough. I've seen HD7750 & HD7770 rigs run on 250W to 300W supplies. Toms hardware has a PSU sizing application on their website.

  • 94 months ago
  • 1 point

i want a my cpu for basic gaming like bf3, tribes, new most wanted atleast 30fps my psu is only 350W you must have read it wrong

i read that gtx 550 TI was able on 350W

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thanks for the quick reply!!

  • 94 months ago
  • 1 point

please comment on my new build :) http://pcpartpicker.com/b/xMV#cx1757

  • 94 months ago
  • 1 point

I'd get an HD 6850 over a 7770.

  • 94 months ago
  • 0 points

I wish someone had advised you when you built this system originally.

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