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Problem with video card

I bought the "7600gs CLUB 3d" video card but a few days after installation a message appeared that the power supply of the card wasn't sufficient.

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  • sober84 Jan 30, 2008

    yes,i have plugged the power connector

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This might seem a daft question.but has your card got a white power connector like the one for a floppy drive

Posted on Jan 30, 2008

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First how did you get a PCI-Express X16 like the 7600 onto a AGP 4X port?? Two different animals. To answer your qustion, no that Card will not work on that Board. You can spend your money if you want to on some of the higher speed video cards but, to be turthful, I wouldn't. The CPU and memory will limit any of the newer cards that will fit that board today. But, if you really want to keep that board, then I might suggest to look for a $40-50 Radeon 9700 pro or 9800 pro. Anything more than that is a waste of your money.

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do you still have the same power supply in your machine if yes
the i would goto store and get yourself a 500w power supply

sounds to me like your power supply can not handle the new video card

hope this helps out and have a good day if any other problems plz comment on this page

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