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Can i run it?

gytisz546

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Video Card(s) NVIDIA GeForce GT 545 (3 GB dedicated)
Storage 2 TB SATA 6G (5400 rpm)
Audio Device(s) Beats audio console; High Definition Audio 7.1
Power Supply 460W PFC AC
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Hi, guys. I got a question for you lot. Can 460W PFC AC power adapter run nvidia gtx 560 ti 1gb GDDR5? Im thinking to upgrade my old one "nvidia gt 545 (3gb) GDDR5" to this. :)
wait what? You cannot put a desktop GPU in a laptop. so no.
 

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Video Card(s) NVIDIA GeForce GT 545 (3 GB dedicated)
Storage 2 TB SATA 6G (5400 rpm)
Audio Device(s) Beats audio console; High Definition Audio 7.1
Power Supply 460W PFC AC
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It is a desktop not laptop, funny... :D
 

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It is a desktop not laptop, funny... :D
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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Storage 2 TB SATA 6G (5400 rpm)
Audio Device(s) Beats audio console; High Definition Audio 7.1
Power Supply 460W PFC AC
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So what power supply do I need?
 

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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
Audio features
Beats audio console; High Definition Audio 7.1
Input devices
Pointing device
Wireless optical mouse
Keyboard
Wireless keyboard
Communications
Network interface
Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN
Wireless
Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g/n
Power and operating requirements
Power supply type
460W PFC AC power adapter
 

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The HD7850 is better, and get one of the PSUs I linked above.
 

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Storage 2 TB SATA 6G (5400 rpm)
Audio Device(s) Beats audio console; High Definition Audio 7.1
Power Supply 460W PFC AC
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Ty man for advice. Moderator lock.
 
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Storage 2 TB SATA 6G (5400 rpm)
Audio Device(s) Beats audio console; High Definition Audio 7.1
Power Supply 460W PFC AC
#15
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!