|22 Apr 2011||#2|
Problem 1. The Radeon HD 5770 needs an external power source (6pin) which would usually come from the PSU, (the one I bought came with an adaptor cable allowing the use of two of the old type 4 pin HDD power cables)
Problem 2. You need a PSU with a recommended power output of 500w with a 12v current rating of 40 amp
Problem 3. You need to have a minimum 2GB RAM
Solve the problems and it should work yes.
You will probably have to make a change in the BIOS to switch off the onboard graphic and you may also have to update your chipset drivers
I hope this helps
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|23 Apr 2011||#5|
If you get it running you will find this to be an amazing value. This is the card I'm running and it's staggering on my 27" hd tv/monitor display which will be replaced one day with two 23"-24" led monitors then a third added after that.....wicked.
MSI R5770 HAWK Radeon HD 5770 Video Card - 1GB GDDR5, PCI-Express 2.0, CrossFireX Ready, DVI, Display Port, HDMI at TigerDirect
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