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post #21 of 34
If you dont mind a MIR, this one is a great deal. Plenty of amperage and room for growth, from a reputable brand.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817341010

Good luck
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Originally Posted by logan View Post
If you dont mind a MIR, this one is a great deal. Plenty of amperage and room for growth, from a reputable brand.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817341010

Good luck
Great deal indeed, Too bad nobody will ship it to Israel >.<
But I'll look for it at shops around here, Thanks.
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post #23 of 34
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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post
4850 needs ~ 9.5A
The card itself yes, but most manufacturers say that the system requirements will be around 28-30 amps.

I should be more clear in the future, as that is easily confusing.

My 9800GT is the same way, because it actually only pulls about 7.5amps, but they recommend 24-26amps. Of course, if you're system is pretty light on other components, then you can get away with less, but usually most of us have pretty much going on in the power department, because of our cooling and OCs and whatnot.

Good point though, thanks for clarifying.

EDIT:

sorry about that, I didn't notice where you were. just look for something that has at least 30 amps on the 12 v rail, and you should be fine.
post #24 of 34
hey, my activepower 850watts runs the HD4870 fine and its cheap as.
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To those crying bottleneck....give me a week or two, and we'll see . I've got my other 8800GT coming in for SLI on my sig rig. And I'm getting GTA IV for Christmas. I'll be doing a post with benchmarks of quite a few games to be proving a lot of these random "bottleneck" issues...whether they be true or false . I know for a fact that Crysis "bottleneck" is nowhere NEAR what people always say it is. I don't know of ANY game that is bottlenecked by a decently clocked dual core AMD system (other than 3DMark), however I personally have never tried GTA IV yet.
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post #26 of 34
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Well. Could you recommend me on a power supply that will go along with my HD4850?
Something cheap if it's possible >.<
I already want to buy other things like CPU heat sink and new processor ( though about the AMD Athlon 64 x2 6000+)
So I'll need a proper Power supply...
P11ma, you may want to hold off on a 6000+. A clock frequency difference of 200Mhz may not even be noticeable. All though the 6000+ may be able to OC higher but nothing is guaranteed. Are you able to push your 4400+ further?

Just wanted to point out again that make sure the new PSU that you pick up has at least 30 amps total across the 12volt rail.

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P11ma, you may want to hold off on a 6000+. A clock frequency difference of 200Mhz may not even be noticeable. All though the 6000+ may be able to OC higher but nothing is guaranteed. Are you able to push your 4400+ further?

Just wanted to point out again that make sure the new PSU that you pick up has at least 30 amps total across the 12volt rail.

Good luck
I am upgrading my second old PC so my mom and my sister will be able to use it.
What I need is Motherboard and processor.
So I was thinking to buy the 6000+ for me, And give them the 4400+. I think that will be better for me, Since I'll be able to OC higher. ( 3.2GHz or so..)
Also if you could tell me if this Power supply enough:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817341010
Thanks, P11ma,
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post #28 of 34
no, If your planning to stick with dual cores you should get the new improved x2 7750:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819103300

They have a bigger cashe file and they run at 2.7ghz stock, you can get this one to probably 3.2 with a nice heatsinkfan.

even if you cant get it as high as a 6000+ would reach, the cache & architecture of these chips would make up for it.

However, there is a big chance they aren't released yet in europe. (its not in Belgium at least) so you might have to wait a while longer.
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post #29 of 34
Great post alwinp +rep.

The 7750 should OC better than the 6000, and the fact that it is 20% faster clock for clock, more than makes up for any speed deficiencies that you might have.

Good luck
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Also if you could tell me if this Power supply enough:
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P11ma, that power supply should provide plenty of power on both wattage and amperage. The 12volt rail has a total of 48.33 amps on the 12volt rail (580/12). The efficiency ratings on this power supply are also not to bad.

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