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Me neither...oems are cheap and build with no upgrades in mind, just the bare minimum for stock clocks and components. (I work for HP lol)
lol.
What kind of a gpu could I add that doesn't require more than that 8/6 pin plug?
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actually screw that I'll just upgrade the psu
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I wouldn't overclock on that psu, and I bet it would catch fire if you plug a gtx 480 to it. mad.gif
Grab a psu and the gpu first then...ssd can wait.
haha ok
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post #204 of 229
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would a gtx 650 or 650 ti work? I read they only need 1 6 pin connecter
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post #205 of 229
650 ti is kinda weak but better than 650 by a long stretch. Get the EVGA Superclocked version, clocks well and is cheap. (epic customer support as well, and perhaps you can do that upgrade program thing later on)
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650 ti is kinda weak but better than 650 by a long stretch. Get the EVGA Superclocked version, clocks well and is cheap. (epic customer support as well, and perhaps you can do that upgrade program thing later on)
Oh thats cool. Do they let you like upgrade to differnt gpus? Would I be able to pay like $80 to upgrade to a gtx660 or somethign?
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post #207 of 229
I think so, you get an older gen card and you can upgrade to newer high end cards with some money on top and giving back the old card.
Look it up in the EVGA website or forums, it might be worth it. rolleyes.gif
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650 ti is kinda weak but better than 650 by a long stretch. Get the EVGA Superclocked version, clocks well and is cheap. (epic customer support as well, and perhaps you can do that upgrade program thing later on)
Well the reason i'm looking at the 650 ti is because they use so little power and only require a 6 pin power cord thing.How much better is it than the 650 non ti?
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post #209 of 229
It's a whole lot better, get the TI or go home. 650 is the same as the gt 640 which SUCKS.
You can look up some reviews, but there's no contest really...thumb.gif
post #210 of 229
8350 come with lower stock voltage. 8350 is 1.365 and 8320 is 8320 it mean 8350 can overclock better at a lower votlage.
8350 can beat 3770k during the x264 2pass video encoding. for what you want to do, 8320 is a good choice:thumb:
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