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He cannot be more correct. As far as I can say he said "regular computer" so that means its a generic PSU. Thus, you will not be able to put a Radeon HD 4850 in there. You would have to upgrade it, but nothing a 450w efficient PSU couldnt handle.
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post #12 of 22
^^ ok thanks. Just making sure.
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He cannot be more correct. As far as I can say he said "regular computer" so that means its a generic PSU. Thus, you will not be able to put a Radeon HD 4850 in there. You would have to upgrade it, but nothing a 450w efficient PSU couldnt handle.

Totally this! my uncle just gave me his pc to look at and it turned out that his mobo, cpu and ram are all fried from the PSU going bad... Telling him to get a cheap laptop for now lol
    
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Are we looking at the same card? 99% sure it's single slot and reference.

Dual slot design

Available PCI Express x16 slot with vacant adjacent slot

Two (2) available rear expansion slots


shady? probably.

who sells a graphics card and mentions in the requirement that you need an adjacent slot free... unless you know you are misleading your customers and need to put it in there to cover yourself. the site knows its dual slot and knows they put in a single slot design picture.
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He cannot be more correct. As far as I can say he said "regular computer" so that means its a generic PSU. Thus, you will not be able to put a Radeon HD 4850 in there. You would have to upgrade it, but nothing a 450w efficient PSU couldnt handle.

For the record, I ran my 4850 off a OEM Dell LiteOn 350watt PSU for 3 years just fine with my sig rig. As long as its atleast 350 watts and has a 6pin, should be just fine.
    
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Dual slot design
Available PCI Express x16 slot with vacant adjacent slot
Two (2) available rear expansion slots
shady? probably.
who sells a graphics card and mentions in the requirement that you need an adjacent slot free... unless you know you are misleading your customers and need to put it in there to cover yourself. the site knows its dual slot and knows they put in a single slot design picture.
Ah, nice find. I missed that entirely. You would think they'd have a picture of the actual card there.
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post #17 of 22
I ended up just getting the 4770 512mb new for 50 shipped from there, only uses 1 6 pin as well.

It about 10 percent slower than the gts 450 but like 50 bucks cheaper.

uses less power as well

http://www.hwcompare.com/7790/geforce-gts-450-1gb-vs-radeon-hd-4770/

http://www.ultimatehardware.net/nvidia/palit_geforce_gts_450_page3.htm

also can't believe Newegg has the guts to sell a gts 450 for 150 bucks when a 4770 can be had for 50 with no noticeable difference

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814162062

You could XFire 2 4770's for $100 and blow the GTS 450 out of the water for price/performance.
Edited by dlee7283 - 5/6/12 at 3:43am
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Holy crap, I didn't even know there were still new 4850s out there!
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Holy crap, I didn't even know there were still new 4850s out there!

And its still a good gaming card at the 50 dollar pricepoint compared to what newegg sells in that range which is garbage for price/performance in the 6570 and GT 440. Granted those don't need a 6 pin, but a 25 dollar Corsair CX430 handles my friends 5770's in XFire perfect.

Also granted you need 2 6 pins for a 4850, but even a 4770 with 1 6 pins kills the 6570 and GT 440.
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And its still a good gaming card at the 50 dollar pricepoint compared to what newegg sells in that range which is garbage for price/performance in the 6570 and GT 440.
granted you need 2 6 pins, but even a 4770 with 1 6 pins kills the 6570 and GT 440.

Yeah man, I still have mine! Granted it needs a good TIM reapplication and possibly a new fan, but it works great other than that.
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