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Recommend a now gpu for around £30 :)


Best Answer phillpower2 , 17 January 2017 - 06:38 AM

Hello HolyCowZ, The card will play your game ok and I cannot find better for the same cost or less, nearest to it that is better is the EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GT-710 1024GB The GT6... Go to the full post »


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@Phill Thank you for the info -

I had thought about labelling everything and a photo. I've been inside it a few times before to clean and once it fell out of the attic 1 floor down burst open and bits fell out amazingly it still worked after putting back together. Just want to make sure the PSU is safe before I give it away at the end of march lol don't want to burn down another persons home lol. 

Thanks again :)

 

@Terry

Thank you for the PSU link :)


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on a budget i'd buy this evga 430w :- https://www.scan.co....0mm-fan-atx-psu

 

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@Phill Thank you for the info -

I had thought about labelling everything and a photo. I've been inside it a few times before to clean and once it fell out of the attic 1 floor down burst open and bits fell out amazingly it still worked after putting back together. Just want to make sure the PSU is safe before I give it away at the end of march lol don't want to burn down another persons home lol. 

Thanks again :)

 

@Terry

Thank you for the PSU link :)

 

I did see the EVGA PSU but never use or recommend anything not Bronze efficiency rated so did not suggest it, other than that it is a good brand and has a 3 year warranty.


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I'm going to go with this one the XfXXT400 400W Psu 80+ Bronze as like you say it has a rating

 

Thank you very much for your help once again :) very much is appreciated  :thumbsup:

 
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You are most welcome and thanks for the follow up  :thumbsup:


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