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Wow thats strange your PSU does not exist or its so old its not in the database

Anyway with no info or reviews to go on i would asume its not something you sould not keep in a new PC

Think you sould look at a new PSU if you are doing any other upgrades

well.....that is not very encouraging , maybe beacuase im from a thrid world country , so we have special products for our local markets wink.gif .
anyway , i think that what i`m searching for is a new GPU , and since my PSU was able to run the 5830 without any problems .

so the question now is what is the best GPU to get instead of the old 5830, considering the 1055t ?..
    
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well.....that is not very encouraging , maybe beacuase im from a thrid world country , so we have special products for our local markets wink.gif .
anyway , i think that what i`m searching for is a new GPU , and since my PSU was able to run the 5830 without any problems .

so the question now is what is the best GPU to get instead of the old 5830, considering the 1055t ?..

Are you partial to Nvidia or AMD? If AMD then I'd get a 7850 or a used 7870. If Nvidia a GTX 660.
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Are you partial to Nvidia or AMD? If AMD then I'd get a 7850 or a used 7870. If Nvidia a GTX 660.

it makes no difference to me . although im an AMD fan, but nVidia is also great, it is just about getting a new GPU without having to replace any other part in the rig, specially the stock PSU that i have.
Edited by Crag - 6/21/13 at 11:46pm
    
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I'd get the GTX 660 or HD 7850 in case of AMD. They're the best ~$200 new GPUs.
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i`ll keep with AMD cards , i think that the 7850 is the best for me , and maybe if i can get another 50$ to buy a new PSU it will be a lot better.

thanks everyone
    
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