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    Default Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    I use tr2 500 watt.now want to buy a hd 5830. Can my psu handle the gpu?

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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    Are you buying a brand new 5830?
    If yes, don't buy.


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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    why....will it be a bad buy? since the price offering is 10200 and afaik 5830>5770 in case of performance

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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    I dont think 5830 would be a bad buy if its 10200

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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    i called star solution they offered me 10200 for the brand new one

    ---------- Post added at 13:20 ---------- Previous post was at 13:14 ----------

    i didn't find my answer yet...is my psu safe for hd 5830 since the tdp is 175w

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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    Requesting @Dee and @error to help

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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    5830 will need you to upgrade your PSU as it'll need two 6 pin PCI Express connectors, @Frank3nst3in is right, it certainly isn't a good buy for you as it'll require you to buy a new PSU which'll probably shell out 5.5K cash out of your pocket, and if you're willing to extend the budget further, there's always ECS'S GTX 550 Ti, you can actually save some money by buying a slightly used one which has been advertised in BG shop by @musvi which will be the perfect buy for you IMO as it'll not require you to buy a new PSU.

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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    understand.

    ---------- Post added at 13:45 ---------- Previous post was at 13:41 ----------

    but i can use the provided 6 pin connectors with the gpu to give the power. i saw recommended psu for 5830 is 500 watt. really stuck on my budget.

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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    @play hard

    How much is your budget?

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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    What they also "do not recommend" that you use a molex to 6 pin PCI Express connector, As far as I know your power supply has only one native 6 pin PCI Express connector, a 6 pin PCI Express connector provides 75W of power, and the motherboard can provide around about 75W max but 65W to be considered as safe, 75 65=140W you can provide legitimately, and for the rest of the 35W you'll have to rely on your molex to 6 pin PCI E converter, it might look safe to you at this range but do not blame us if you end up with a brick, can someone post some benches between a 5830 and GTX 550 Ti for comparison? GTX 550 Ti is power efficient certainly and the added features of nVIDIA has made it a great buy, not to mention it performs great with directX 11 titles.
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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    5830 is better than 5770?
    I'm surprised


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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    Quote Originally Posted by romulus_ut3 View Post
    can someone post some benches between a 5830 and GTX 550 Ti for comparison











    3DMark 11 is the latest version of the world’s most popular graphics benchmark. Designed to measure your PC’s gaming performance, 3DMark 11 makes extensive use of all the new features in DirectX 11 including tessellation, compute shaders and multi-threading.



    Last edited by Arif69; July 1st, 2011 at 15:05.

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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    Synthetic benchmarks aside, can someone provide a few real life benchmarks as in games?

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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    Quote Originally Posted by romulus_ut3 View Post
    Synthetic benchmarks aside, can someone provide a few real life benchmarks as in games?
    Find yourself.

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank3nst3in View Post
    5830 is better than 5770? I'm surprised


    Am surprised that you are surprised.5830 is obviously better that 5770 & this one is extreme edition so it's even better..

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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    DAMN!!
    I feel like a douche


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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    @play hard

    Bottom line is,
    You can use ATI 5830 extreme with your psu but it would be great if you upgrade the psu later for better safety plus future purpsoe.And if you buy ATI 5830 extreme it would be a great deal.Best bang for buck !

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    yeah when it comes to 5770 and 550Ti and 5830, the only difference is 128bit and 192bit and 256bit, that is huge 5830>550Ti>5770
    when it comes to power consumption 5770/1 power cable, 550Ti/1power cable, 5830/2power cable, and the consumption it 5830>550ti>5770
    and the most important part when it comes to dx11 features and tessellation yes its 550Ti>5830>5770
    and another important thing if u know that what is Pixel filtrate again the difference is huge, 550Ti/21.6 Gpxl>5770/13.6Gpxl>5830/12.8Gpxl

    Pixel Fillrate-
    The number of pixels the card can render to the screen every second. Before pixel shader processing became the more limiting factor, this was the most accurate measure of performance (along with texel fill rate).

    How To Calculate It

    Pixel Fill Rate = (# of ROPs) x (Core Clock)
    Does It Matter?
    Only when comparing cards released prior to ~2003. Pixel Fill Rate scaled with performance until 2004, but it wasn't a direct indication of performance once DirectX 9 cards were released.
    Long Version
    Starting with the very first Voodoo 1, Pixel Fill Rate was 'king' when it came to describing video card 3D performance. This was before video cards did geometry processing, much less pixel shader processing. All a graphics card had to do back then was apply a couple of textures to a pixel and render it to the screen. And this is what pixel fill rate describes.

    Starting with the GeForce 6 series, the number of Raster Operators got chopped down to make more room on the chip for pixel shader processors and pixel fill rate no longer scaled linearly with overall card performance.

    source- http://www.gpureview.com

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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    Quote Originally Posted by musvi View Post
    yeah when it comes to 5770 and 550Ti and 5830, the only difference is 128bit and 192bit and 256bit, that is huge 5830>550Ti>5770
    when it comes to power consumption 5770/1 power cable, 550Ti/1power cable, 5830/2power cable, and the consumption it 5830>550ti>5770
    and the most important part when it comes to dx11 features and tessellation yes its 550Ti>5830>5770
    and another important thing if u know that what is Pixel filtrate again the difference is huge, 550Ti/21.6 Gpxl>5770/13.6Gpxl>5830/12.8Gpxl

    Pixel Fillrate-
    The number of pixels the card can render to the screen every second. Before pixel shader processing became the more limiting factor, this was the most accurate measure of performance (along with texel fill rate).

    How To Calculate It

    Pixel Fill Rate = (# of ROPs) x (Core Clock)
    Does It Matter?
    Only when comparing cards released prior to ~2003. Pixel Fill Rate scaled with performance until 2004, but it wasn't a direct indication of performance once DirectX 9 cards were released.
    Long Version
    Starting with the very first Voodoo 1, Pixel Fill Rate was 'king' when it came to describing video card 3D performance. This was before video cards did geometry processing, much less pixel shader processing. All a graphics card had to do back then was apply a couple of textures to a pixel and render it to the screen. And this is what pixel fill rate describes.

    Starting with the GeForce 6 series, the number of Raster Operators got chopped down to make more room on the chip for pixel shader processors and pixel fill rate no longer scaled linearly with overall card performance.

    source- http://www.gpureview.com
    PHEW!!
    Now there's some comfort ^_^


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    Default Re: Is tr2 500 watt safe for hd5830?

    Quote Originally Posted by musvi View Post
    and the most important part when it comes to dx11 features and tessellation yes its 550Ti>5830>5770
    This are all in DX 11 mode













    So yes in DX 11 mode NVIDIA GTX 550 ti isn't always better than ATI 5830 extreme!

    Quote Originally Posted by musvi View Post
    yand another important thing if u know that what is Pixel filtrate again the difference is huge, 550Ti/21.6 Gpxl>5770/13.6Gpxl>5830/12.8Gpxl


    If I get better FPS in gaming even if it has less Pixel fillrate then it will not bother me.


    Last edited by Arif69; July 1st, 2011 at 16:00.

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