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Can i run a Gddr 5 graphics card on PCIe x16 slot

I have a dell optilex 745 Desktop its has a 280 w psu .... i m looking to install a shapirre 7750 hd low profile gddr5 gpu will it run on that psu ??? and will it run on PCIe x16 slot Any suggestions ???

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  • junaid warsi Nov 29, 2012

    my system is dell optilex 745 (standard desktop ) ,pentium d 930 3.0 ghz 1gb ddr2 ram 80 gb sata hdd and a dvd rom (sata ) with 280 W stock psu i am looking for radeon 7750 hd low profile .......will it work on my 280 W psu or not ?????.... i cant upgrade my psu .......

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    max carson Nov 29, 2012

    It may work with the 280w PSU but in the system requirements I posted http://www.sapphiretech.com/presentation... It states 400w min. ,500w suggested. You can upgrade the PSU quite easy. Your machine specs suggest that has a few miles on it, The CPU, Memory will be a weak link in the chain. I added a Graphics card to a older machine with a 250w PSU, it started to give me trouble, and finally the PSU quit , I replaced it with a 400w PSU. That PSU worked until I retired the machine.

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    max carson Nov 29, 2012

    That the good thing about a desktop, easy access, you can upgrade, With Limitations dictated by your Motherboad, the CPU. Memory, other components with relative ease. Do some research, what your Motherboard will allow, there are parameters you can install the Max hardware the Motherboard is compatible with.

  • junaid warsi Nov 30, 2012

    i cant upgrade my psu cuz its a dell 745 desktop and custom psu (400watt +) wont fit in that casing ...... i want to put 7750 lo profile on its stock 280 w psu ...... Will it work for me ????

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Ideally, I would opt for at least 400w PSU. Sometimes It will stipulate on the Graphics Cared box or the website. Look at the specs/System Requirements here: http://www.sapphiretech.com/presentation/product/?cid=1&gid=3&sgid=1159&pid=1658&psn=&lid=1&leg=0#

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    I think it will work, maybe not to it's full potential, but it should work.

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I think that you will be up to the max of your PSU but it's depend of the rest of the hardware

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HI,
You can go into the BIOS , under onboard devices. Change the primary video controller to PCI.
refer to the following screen
http://supportapj.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim4700/sm/syssetup.htm#wp1052347

If the cards are not detected on the board. Then the problem could be of the PCIe slot .


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