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Old 02-06-07, 03:18 AM   #4
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Default Re: 6800GT On My Power Supply?

Originally Posted by carlos
Do you guys think this PCI-E nVidia Card will work on my Dell with a 305W power supply?

Right now the system is running:

Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 1.8GHz
2 GB's of DDR2 RAM
nVidia 6600GT PCI-E
2x 500GB Seagate S-ATA drives
PCI Silicon Image 0,1 RAID Controller (S-ATA)
Sony CDRW/DVD ROM (S-ATA drive)
Onboard audio / Broadcom Gigabit 10/100/1000 NIC

Can I replace the 6600GT with a 6800GT? If not, can you recommend a card that was handle a little more?
I'm actually guessing you can get a 7600GS in there. I thought about getting one, but since I had extra 6800's floating around, that made more sense.

EDIT: NVM, Apparently a 7600GS ~ 6600GT, so that 6800GT will be faster.

Did some more searching, the 7600GT is faster than a 6800GT, and uses less power. (It doesn't even require the extra power connector.)
You can get one for $90 - 100 after MIR.

Benchies are here to give you a better idea in that price range:

Its hard to find benchmarks for that range of cards, so that one should help out a lot.

Last edited by Bman212121; 02-06-07 at 04:02 AM.
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