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post #11 of 33
I am sory to say this but your PSU is not very good in fact its a pretty bad one so you need to replace that

Even if the PSU was a good one it is not big enough i would not trust it to power anything above 400-450 watts with the quality of the PSU being not very good it could very well die or blow
Edited by shilka - 4/13/13 at 5:23am
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post #12 of 33
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How about a 650? Will it work well with bioshock infinite, resident evil and crysis3?

The GTX 650 Ti BOOST 2GB would, but not the original non-BOOST GTX 650 Ti nor the regular GTX 650.
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@StayFrosty: Actually i am looking for the whole system upgrade from last year tongue.gif but the rates for have gone wayy too high than they used to be earlier.

It is my history that whenever I buy something costly, its rates come down within a month and then I just regret not to wait tongue.gif, So I kept on waiting that someday rates will come down and then I'll get my new build but they are still intact frown.gif ... Also so far I did not have any problem with any games so I kept it as it is.

As my motherboard does not have any onboard graphics, I have three options in my current situation:-

1. Get the lowest and cheapest card just to get it work and wait for some more time to get an overall upgrade.

2. Get a decent cheaper card, save money, manage to play latest games and wait for some more time to get an overall upgrade.

3. Perform an overall upgrade will all high performace components. Budget around 100000 Rs (around 1800$).
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@StayFrosty: Actually i am looking for the whole system upgrade from last year tongue.gif but the rates for have gone wayy too high than they used to be earlier.

It is my history that whenever I buy something costly, its rates come down within a month and then I just regret not to wait tongue.gif, So I kept on waiting that someday rates will come down and then I'll get my new build but they are still intact frown.gif ... Also so far I did not have any problem with any games so I kept it as it is.

As my motherboard does not have any onboard graphics, I have three options in my current situation:-

1. Get the lowest and cheapest card just to get it work and wait for some more time to get an overall upgrade.

2. Get a decent cheaper card, save money, manage to play latest games and wait for some more time to get an overall upgrade.

3. Perform an overall upgrade will all high performace components. Budget around 100000 Rs (around 1800$).

If you are going with a new video card it will be a good idea to buy a new PSU a well

If you have the money for it that is
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post #15 of 33
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@Shilka: I will not buy a new PSU for this PC. I will get a new PSU in my new build only.

Will 7850 work well with this PSU?
post #16 of 33
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@Shilka: I will not buy a new PSU for this PC. I will get a new PSU in my new build only.

Will 7850 work well with this PSU?

yeah easily. you are running a HD 4890 which uses much more power.
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post #17 of 33
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Will 7850 work well with this PSU?

A 7850/7870 will be fine with your current psu.
post #18 of 33
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Thanks Guys! I think a 7850 will do good in latest games. Its costing around 14000 Rs in Delhi.

Maybe I'll get my new build in 6-8 months then smile.gif
post #19 of 33
Assuming that the model number of your PSU is RS-520-ASAA-A1, it's a medium-quality (for its time) AcBel Polytech manufactured unit that can only put out a total of 408w from its 12v rail(s). As such, it should be able to handle cards up to and including the GTX 660 and Radeon 7850 just fine. I wouldn't go any higher than that with this particular PSU.
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post #20 of 33
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Assuming that the model number of your PSU is RS-520-ASAA-A1, it's a medium-quality (for its time) AcBel Polytech manufactured unit that can only put out a total of 408w from its 12v rail(s).

Thats right, its model no. is the same. Apart from PSU, I hope CPU too will not get bottleneck with this card.
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