Laptops are harder to guide on simply because they should tailored to you and not a general good.
I'm turning into a wire management whore, and I want a modular PSU to upgrade my system. Since I'm going to be upgrading to a modular PSU I figured that I'd up the wattage as well for any future expansion.
+5V = 22A
+3.3V = 17A
+12VA = 18A
+12VB = 18A
-12V = 1A
+5Vfp = 2A
So my Dell's 305 watt PSU can't handle a hefty upgrade like a 9800 GT or HD 4830, so should I get this: http://www.pcpower.com/products/desc...ell/index.html
I've been considering a new video card for a while, and so I was looking at the cards you suggested to update my ancient card.
But... i guess there's PCIE2.0 now?.. I've never been too deep in this stuff, but I'm pretty sure I have just an older PCIE 1.0 or 1.1 (my mobo is like 4 years old now)
do PCIE2.0 cards work in a PCIE1.0 slot? or would I have to upgrade my mobo too?
My current video card is a Nvidia GeForce 6200 SE or somethin like that... 64MB.... and I was looking at the EVGA GeForce 9800 GTX that you listed up there.
If I get that, will the difference between 1.1 and 2.0 be that big of a difference? Or will I still be happy because it will make my current card look like crap compared to this... if it works?
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