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    wait what? You cannot put a desktop GPU in a laptop. so no.
     
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    It is a desktop not laptop, funny... :D
     
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    then why did you call it a 460w PFC power adapter lol. Its called a 460w power supply, and if its a generic 460w PSU i would not run a 560ti off of it.
     
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    So what power supply do I need?
     
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    I also wouldn't run a 7850 on a generic 460w PSU. thats just asking for problems. But yes id get a 7850, but id also get a PSU.
     
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    Wow I'm confused, so which one is better?? and what psu do i need??? for better one because im looking for cheaper way.
     
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    Mines:

    System features
    Operating system
    Windows® 7 Home Premium 64
    Processors
    Intel® Core™ i7-2600
    • 3.4 GHz
    Chipset
    Intel H67
    Special features
    Landing pad for USB 3.0
    Memory
    Memory type
    8 GB DDR3
    Memory layout
    (2 x 4 GB)
    Memory slots
    4 DIMM
    Storage
    External drive bays
    2 external optical drive bays
    2 internal HDD bays
    Hard drive description
    2 TB SATA 6G (5400 rpm)
    Optical drive
    Blu-ray player
    SuperMulti DVD burner
    Graphics
    Graphics
    NVIDIA GeForce GT 545 (3 GB dedicated)
    Expansion features
    Ports
    2 USB 3.0
    8 USB 2.0
    1 audio-in
    1 audio-out
    2 analog audio-in
    4 analog audio-out
    1 digital audio-out
    Video connectors
    1 DVI (VGA via adapter); 1 HDMI
    Slots
    3 PCI-Express x1
    1 PCI-Express x16
    1 MiniCard
    Memory card device
    15-in-1 memory card reader
    Media devices
    Remote control
    HP Win7 Media Center Remote Control
    TV tuner
    TV (DVB-T) tuner card, MPEG 4
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    Pointing device
    Wireless optical mouse
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    Wireless keyboard
    Communications
    Network interface
    Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN
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    Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g/n
    Power and operating requirements
    Power supply type
    460W PFC AC power adapter
     
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    A good psu is always a good investment in the long run.
     
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    The HD7850 is better, and get one of the PSUs I linked above.
     
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    Ty man for advice. Moderator lock.
     
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    no i did mistake and bought hp pc... this was my first pc that i bought without building my self..
    Link to see my pc here!
     

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