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Old 07-08-2005, 07:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Radeon X700-Pro (ABIT) requirements

Before you think im too lazy to search a few web sights, my question is towards requirements on my powersupply

I have bought battlefield 2 recently and loved it. Unfortunatly it runs on low because of my weak graphics. I will type my specs below to see of my computer will support a RX700-pro 256PCI-e (specificly my power supply)

Small formfactor case with 270watt Powersupply
Intel ASUS 915G chipset motherboard
1GB DDR PC3200 RAM
Intel P4 540J 3.2 GHz w/ HT technology
Abit ATI Radeon x300 PCI-e (soon to be replaced card)
5.1 motherboard surround sound
WindowsXP Professional 2005

Note: Small Form Facter case does not use half hight cards.
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Old 07-08-2005, 07:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You might want to upgrade your power supply while your at it. You can probably get a decent one for under $50.00.
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The Pentium will need around 110 watts, and the Video card will need around 60 watts. That leaves 100 watts to be divided between your hard drive/cd drive, sound card/memory/and motherboard. If the calculations work, it should be no problem.

Your probably better off going with a new power supply.
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