Graphics upgrade for slim tower

kemical

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Hi Babi,
sorry your post was missed. Do you still need some advice?

Your options look like they'll do the job did the originals fail or?
 

babi

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Thanks for your response.The originals are working fine.It's just that I am looking for a powerful power supply to go in accordance with the graphics card.I want to future proof my system.Please share your valuable opinion regarding the most suitable graphics card within $150 for slim tower.
 

kemical

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Hmm... Well a quick look around found this:
GeForce GTX 750 Ti
http://www.geforce.co.uk/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-750-ti/specifications

It also only requires a 300W PSU. The GTX650 needs a 400W so you would have been right on the limit with the new card and PSU. This at least gives you a little breathing room whilst it also being faster and less power hungry.

Here's a link (plus EVGA is a great brand usually with lots of freebies):
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...87024&cm_re=GTX_750_TI-_-14-487-024-_-Product :
 
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babi

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Hmm... Well a quick look around found this:
GeForce GTX 750 Ti
http://www.geforce.co.uk/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-750-ti/specifications

It also only requires a 300W PSU. The GTX650 needs a 400W so you would have been right on the limit with the new card and PSU. This at least gives you a little breathing room whilst it also being faster and less power hungry.

Here's a link (plus EVGA is a great brand usually with lots of freebies):
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...87024&cm_re=GTX_750_TI-_-14-487-024-_-Product :
Thanks a lot.One thing I want to know if this will be okay with the confines of the slim tower .
 

kemical

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The card does have a fan and as long as the case is reasonably well ventilated then you should be fine. Do you have any internal case fans as such?
 

kemical

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You'll probably be fine then. The PSU of course has a fan which has been shown via tests to remove a surprising amount of heat from the case.
 
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