- 1 Brown slot which I think is a PCIe x4 (Bottom of picture)
- 3 White PCI slots
- 1 Red AGP slot . (Top of picture)
Is this correct ?
They should, unless you have a computer case which isn't default ATX by standards or you have a motherboard that doesn't like getting graphics cards it intself.curlylad wrote:Can you guarantee the graphics card and power supply are definately compatible with my system ?
Can cannot reply to that, the only powersupply's I see on that website I recognize from makes I know having a good name here, are terrible weak ones, and the better ones are expensive to say the least.curlylad wrote:Are the 2 items what you would choose in my situation ?
If you can get some screws out, disattach some plugs and put something else instead of it, you can replace a powersupply. There are plenty of video's on google video or youtube on how to mount a powersupply, or even how to assemble an entire computer.curlylad wrote:How easy is it to fit a new power supply, what other changes if any have to be made ?
You'd better!curlylad wrote:I'll let you go after this !
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