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Radeon HD 4650 On 300w PC?

If you continue to cause errors, you will be blocked again for an indefinite period. why i dont need cmos reset for 8500GT but for 4650? >.< ilias2006, Apr 10, 2010 #9 Burrell MajorGeek ilias2006 said: ↑ why would the 8500GT work and not 4650? So I wasn't needing any huge performance graphics card. Your telling me my 300 watt PSU would run that?PlasmaBeam44Hell yeah. check my blog

While the card is idle it needs a lot less power because it lower its clocks automatically. But which $50 PSU are you looking at? kaitanuvaxMember Since: April 17, 2007Posts: 3814kaitanuvaxFollowForum Posts: 3814Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#5 Posted by kaitanuvax (3814 posts) - 6 years, 6 months agoCheap and PSU do not go thought process is people will see stuff on page 1, and perhaps not look at older stuff on page x JackNaylorPEJan 4, 2010, 12:43 AM bakththwrld said: I bought a gateway

The first consideration is what would be your typical intended usage.btw - I agree with apache's post - the OEM's are typically very reliable out of the box. I've based my calculations mainly off xbitlabs readings, which is about as accurate anyone can get. but THAT won't fit in your Dell.

now in another thread someone mentioned that the cards dont really draw this much power, yet I've read in other sites that the card will fail if it is under powered, So make sure your PSU is designed correctly and can supply the correct amount of amps on the required rails. I know I should just let this go and buy the 400w but I'm stubborn and I really don't want to lol. More on that here.

So the more data there is the higher the quality rating. You have it using about the same power as an 9800 gtx, almost twice as much as the 8800 gs and they are supposed to be the exact same card. Plus this may vary with newer architectures, but should remain fairly consistent. Conversely, cards with high 'data quality' ratings will be seemingly precise but they still might not be accurate (though more likely are).

Charts sorted by brand/generation Charts sorted by typical 3D Charts sorted by idle Charts sorted by card generation Or simply scroll down to the second post to see them. Report • #11 riider December 16, 2013 at 10:55:32 Don't trust online power calculators. Paying the extra money is just over kill for me. Not to be rude or anything, it's just that I don't want to drop $80 on a card and have it not work.PlasmaBeam44Besides the fact that I've run a card of

Oddba11 replied Feb 22, 2017 at 1:51 PM Loading... PlasmaBeam44Member Since: August 28, 2007Posts: 9052PlasmaBeam44FollowForum Posts: 9052Followed by: 0Reviews: 10 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#10 Posted by PlasmaBeam44 (9052 posts) - 6 years, 6 months agoI'm looking at it right now Report • #6 riider December 15, 2013 at 16:35:11 ✔ Best AnswerI don't know where you got your info from but the GT 610 is just a rebranded GT 520. Back to top #16 emccat emccat Journeyman Lurker 192 posts Posted 19 September 2008 - 03:40 PM this thread thingy is really really usefull 10/10 :) heheheheheheh cow fart powered cars

I'd go with an Antec Basiq or Earth watts if your on a budget. http://olivettipc.com/radeon-hd/radeon-hd-2600xt-overheating.html So now for the recommended PSU specs. Desktop: i7 6850K @ 4.3GHz | Titan X (Pascal) | 32GB RAM | 120GB + 500GB SSDs | 2x 5TB HDD in RAID1 Server: G3258 @4.6GHz | 120GB SSD | 2x It turns out Diamond has it listed as 300w while HIS and Sapphire say 400w.

The good thing is(if I'm not wrong here) that your PC seems to have a standard ATX power supply. I'm also a little confused on the pin descriptions. xxhieixx, Feb 27, 2009 #1 Sponsor BG-0 Joined: Dec 31, 1969 Messages: 6,922 I would say send the Dell back... news Your telling me my 300 watt PSU would run that?

There's only so much you can draw from your power socket! soooo that means I am totally in the green?and THANKS for letting me pic your brainmessage edited by pso777 Report • #9 pso777 December 16, 2013 at 00:25:45 I am just I really can't afford a $600+ PC and the vostro with an upgraded graphics card seemed to be the best choice for me.

But there are many other brands that will do the job.

hehehe,i was also right about the PSU,i was 100%sure it had enough juice to run the card,now the card works fine,i played 5hours of MW2,nocrash etc :drool ilias2006, Apr 11, kaitanuvaxMember Since: April 17, 2007Posts: 3814kaitanuvaxFollowForum Posts: 3814Followed by: 0Reviews: 0 Stacks: 0Forum Karma: 0#2 Posted by kaitanuvax (3814 posts) - 6 years, 6 months agoYou could run a 4670 without Does not seem like Gateway is good co. Burrell, Apr 11, 2010 #16 ilias2006 Private E-2 burrell said: ↑ LOL We all make mistakes!Click to expand...

HD4650 in a 300w power supply Gateway® GT5220 and HD 4670 Video Card, is 300 watts power enough? But with the amount of effort it just took to link the wattages with the correct URLs I probably should have :) Will be another update coming with more GFX cards Other Sellers on Amazon Used & new (2) from $168.01 & FREE shipping. More about the author I'd give it a +1 for re-stickification. :) Back to top #5 Fat_Bodybuilder Fat_Bodybuilder Guru Banned 8,893 posts Posted 11 September 2008 - 03:27 PM I woulda personally called it V2.1

Sell on Amazon Image Unavailable Image not available forColor: Visiontek Radeon HD 4650 Graphics Card. So is this really going to work or should I just send it back? HERE is a graph of how fabrication process sizes can effect power consumption.Software - Different applications or games can influence how much power a card draws. im desesperate :cry ilias2006, Apr 10, 2010 #5 Burrell MajorGeek Just thought of something!

Active Power Management The latest generation of cads to come out (GTX 500 series and HD 6900 series) are the first from both Nvidia and AMD that actively limit the total BIG HELP!!!!! Thats probably the plan. Any opinions on 2.4?

If I find a few sites that agree that a setup uses a certain amount more/less than a current known setup, then I plug it in. I would only build my own.There's lot of help here and other sites for build your own pc; if you wanna get into it. I matched all of these together and everything matched so they all appear to be the same (I could be wrong). And here http://ati.amd.com/p...ersupplies.html for ATI single card PSU recommendations.