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Gday.
The Sapphire HD7750-LP is better performance and uses less power. this review shows both cards, > http://www.tomshardw...iew,3214-3.html
Why are you looking at low profile cards??? They usually cost more than a standard card.


This is a good site for comparing parts. > http://www.anandtech...duct/535?vs=613


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Gday.
The Sapphire HD7750-LP is better performance and uses less power. this review shows both cards, > http://www.tomshardw...iew,3214-3.html
Why are you looking at low profile cards??? They usually cost more than a standard card.


This is a good site for comparing parts. > http://www.anandtech...duct/535?vs=613

ohh, I thought it will be cheaper hahaha, one question my set up:
Motherboard,ASRock H77 Pro4/MVP
CPU, i3 core 3320.
Seasonic S12 II Bronze 520W 80Plus Power Supply

should be able to handle this right? http://www.hardwarez...-7750-1gb-gddr5
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Gday.
Yes, your PSU will easily support the Sapphire HD 7750
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Gday.
Yes, your PSU will easily support the Sapphire HD 7750

Thanks alot :D and also, any cheap hard drives to recommend, as in maybe 100$ plus sgd, cause I am reusing my old one now
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This is the drive I recommend all the time, top performer, best bang for the buck, > http://www.hardwarez...dm003/retailers
NB. It is never a good idea to partition the OS boot drive as performance will take a hit. You can then use your older drive for backups.
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This is the drive I recommend all the time, top performer, best bang for the buck, > http://www.hardwarez...dm003/retailers
NB. It is never a good idea to partition the OS boot drive as performance will take a hit. You can then use your older drive for backups.


Thanks so much sir, I still cant thank you enough, you not just helped me built my computer but through all these, you also taught me alot and I learn many things, cant thank you enough but thankyou :D
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Your welcome RyanTzb Posted Image
Any problems, "Just whistle"
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