Graphics Card

June 10, 2010 at 19:35:02
Specs: Windows XP, 958 MB
Hi plz tell me can i run nvidia GeForce FX 5200.
My PC has 450watts and how much this video card

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June 10, 2010 at 19:44:37
You haven't supplied enough information. What are the details about your computer? What is the model and brand of your power supply?

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June 10, 2010 at 20:21:12
Power supply brand is INTEX 450watts MSI Motherboard
V Class S3 unichrome pro igp 1gb ram 2.00ghz 160 GB

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June 10, 2010 at 20:24:59
By model I mean just that. What are the numbers on the power supply. 450 watts means nothing. Same goes for the MSI motherboard. Do you realize how many models of motherboards they have manufactured. I can't tell if you even have the correct type of graphics slot without that info.

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June 10, 2010 at 20:34:04
my motherboard model is MS-7312 and wht do u mean by
numbers on power supply

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June 10, 2010 at 21:03:25
There is an actual model number on all power supplies. I would need that number. Another method to get what I am looking for is to list all the specs that should be printed on the outside of the power supply.

Why are you asking about that particular graphics card? Has someone offered to sell one to you?

OK, I did some checking and most 450 watt power supplies should be more than adequate for that card.

Your motherboard has an AGP 8x graphics slot. So verify that the version of that card you are getting is AGP and not PCI or PCIe.

Prices for that card range from 26 to 35 US dollars.

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June 10, 2010 at 21:16:56
ok thanks now tell me the whole process to install that

also tell me the price of that card in india if u knw

i asked for this because i want to change the S3
unichrome Pro IGP because it is the worst video card in
the world

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June 10, 2010 at 21:27:18
The S3 you are currently using is integrated into the motherboard. I don't know the rupee exchange rate or what prices might be at suppliers you have available.

What do you do with your computer? I ask because the FX 5200 is not a high end card either.

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June 10, 2010 at 21:41:19
S3 can only run few games any i love games i knw that
fx 5200 is also not a high but it supports pixal shadder
2.0 and 256MB video ram and it is good for me to play

i have selected this FX 5200 because my budget is
very low, it is 1500-2000Rs and i cant get better gfx
card than fx 5200 in this budget

suggest me other cards if available in my budget.


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June 10, 2010 at 22:27:37
hi, Othehill plz reply dude

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June 10, 2010 at 23:36:02
So u change screen name and u asked the same question again.
Dude! what's wrong?

first u asked about 220v and i answered, second u asked how to install it, i reply
third u asked about price in india then jam reply.
u keep asked the same question and all your threads was gone.

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June 11, 2010 at 06:06:17
Yep, this is PiousHeart posting under a new screenname.

He was already explained the importance of having an adequate power supply & was asked to post his amperage specs. He was also supplied an example of a power supply label so he knew what to look for, but he never followed up on it. All his questions would have been answered weeks ago if he had simply stuck to one thread.

I found the following thread in which someone asked about an Intex 450W PSU...apparently it has 20A on the +12v rail:

Intex 450 Watt PSU is capable of running ATI HD4670

That's plenty enough for a lower end card but *may* be a problem if a high end gaming card is installed. Apparently he doesn't have enough money for a high end card anyway so I doubt the PSU will be a problem.

I posted a list of cards before all the threads were deleted. Here's an updated list in order of performance:

Geforce FX5200
Geforce FX5500
Geforce 6200
Radeon 9550
Radeon 9600
Geforce FX5700
Radeon 9600 Pro
Radeon 9600 XT

Anything better than the 9600 XT will require an added power connection. Make sure whichever card you choose has 128-bit memory. Avoid cards that use 64-bit memory. The 6200 is the only card on the list that supports pixel shader 3.0.

Here's a VGA chart from 2004:

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