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    Default Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    I have a plan to upgrade my gpu to Sapphire HD 6670 GDDR5 after 2/3 days....

    Currently using Sapphire HD 5670 GDDR3
    PSU - Value Top 500W (+12v 16A) black color...bought at 800 taka

    Is it safe to run a 6670 card with this psu?

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    Default Re: Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    taile to cholbe mone hoy....5670 theke load difference 3 watts matro....Am i right?

    n e way psu r pic disi.....dekho to bhalo naki jinishta??

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    Default Re: Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by hrishat View Post
    I have a plan to upgrade my gpu to Sapphire HD 6670 GDDR5 after 2/3 days....

    Currently using Sapphire HD 5670 GDDR3
    PSU - Value Top 500W (+12v 16A) black color...bought at 800 taka

    Is it safe to run a 6670 card with this psu?
    if your psu can handle 5670 ddr3 then definitely it'll run a 6670 as their power consumption is almost same....
    5670 - 61W
    6670 - 66w
    btw @hrishat try to get atleast a delux psu for future safety as just 16A on +12v is below from the recommended level , moreover u have a power hungry phenom IIX4.....
    Last edited by @nonymous™; July 31st, 2011 at 17:35.

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    Default Re: Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    yes it will run...

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    Default Re: Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    if your psu can handle 5670 ddr3 then definitely it'll run a 6670 as their power consumption is almost same....
    5670 - 61W
    6670 - 66w
    thanks for the info.....

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    Default Re: Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    Bhai, 1tu khuje 1.5K~2k khoroch kore 1ta 450W Tt used PSU kine felen, probably warranty wala PSU o pete paren ei price a, investment tay loss hobe na, eita guarantee dite pari unless apni faulty used PSU kinen.

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    Default Re: Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    if your psu can handle 5670 ddr3 then definitely it'll run a 6670 as their power consumption is almost same....
    5670 - 61W
    6670 - 66w
    btw @hrishat try to get atleast a delux psu for future safety as just 16A on +12v is below from the recommended level , moreover u have a power hungry phenom IIX4.....
    ok....

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    Default Re: Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    Well,6670 from a 5670?
    Won't be that much of an upgrade :S


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    This psu isn't that much good.I told you previously not to take Value top psu under 1k but you didn't listened:/.Although it will be able to run 6670 but it will be risky for long time use.It has only 16 amp on 12v+ plus took 800 tk.One of my friend using this same psu for about a year.In this psu his XFX 8600 gt (though it may be xfx issue) got fried.And right now if he wants to use Dvd rom,2 hdd together thee the psu doesn't run.Sometime it makes problem in detecting dvd rom.So he has to use only 2 hdd or 1 hdd,dvd rom with this psu.And about your gpu.Why always you want go with Ati ones -;-.Your 6670 will cost about 9k where in that price you can get gts 450 which is much more better.Now its up to you which one you will choose.

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    Default Re: Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    This psu isn't that much good.I told you previously not to take Value top psu under 1k but you didn't listened:/.Although it will be able to run 6670 but it will be risky for long time use.It has only 16 amp on 12v+ plus took 800 tk.One of my friend using this same psu for about a year.In this psu his XFX 8600 gt (though it may be xfx issue) got fried.And right now if he wants to use Dvd rom,2 hdd together thee the psu doesn't run.Sometime it makes problem in detecting dvd rom.So he has to use only 2 hdd or 1 hdd,dvd rom with this psu.And about your gpu.Why always you want go with Ati ones -;-.Your 6670 will cost about 9k where in that price you can get gts 450 which is much more better.Now its up to you which one you will choose.
    thanks @Arif69 ......amar matha asholei gese...value top kinsilam taka chilo na beshi tai......ekhn bujhtesina ki korbo.....current gpu sell kore diye budget daray 11000 taka......ekhn ki korbo bolo.....bhalo ekta suggestion dao....gpu + psu kinar jonno....

    budget 12000 taka porjonto korte parbo tene tune....

    gts 450 r price kemon? and comparison kemn 6670 er sathe......Ati er sathe always jai karon amar psu nia bhoy hoy...nvidia r card onek power khay tai nei na.....
    Last edited by Overlord; July 31st, 2011 at 19:33.

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    Default Re: Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    Bro, imo, PSU is the most important thing for a PC. So don't risk your valuable components using a cheap PSU. It is something that you won't regret investing on.

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    Default Re: Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    Ok...this time i will bought a good psu.....but suggest me things i mention in previous post....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrishat View Post
    thanks @Arif69 ......amar matha asholei gese...value top kinsilam taka chilo na beshi tai......ekhn bujhtesina ki korbo.....current gpu sell kore diye budget daray 11000 taka......ekhn ki korbo bolo.....bhalo ekta suggestion dao....gpu + psu kinar jonno....

    budget 12000 taka porjonto korte parbo tene tune....
    Bro if you go for 1st hand then you have two option -

    1.ASUS GTS 450 (9.5K) plus Delux 45 watt psu (1.5k) or better.

    2. SAPPHIRE ATI 6770 (11.5k) plus Delux 45 watt psu (1.5k) or better.If right now you doesn't have the money to buy the psu then gather money & buy it within 1 month.I guess this psu will be to run the 6770 for 1 month (hope so) though it will be risky but if I were you I would have taken that risk.Or you can another thing, you can buy the psu brand now that am using (been using this for more than 6 months without any prob,Dee also use this brand psu). It will cost you 500 tk. Later buy better psu.To me anyhow possible get the 6770.It wont regret you.

    If you go for secondhand then -

    1.You can get 5770 with warranty within 8k or 7k (you may have to wait for that). With rest of the money you buy a good psu.In second hand 5770 looks the best option.

    2.You can get GTS 450 with warranty within 8k or 7k (you may have to wait for that). With rest of the money you buy a good psu..Here is one add for gts 450.
    Last edited by Arif69; July 31st, 2011 at 19:50.

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    Default Re: Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    Bro if you go for 1st hand then you have two option -

    1.ASUS GTS 450 (9.5K) plus Delux 45 watt psu (1.5k) or better.

    2. SAPPHIRE ATI 6770 (11.5k) plus Delux 45 watt psu (1.5k) or better.If right now you doesn't have the money to buy the psu then gather money & buy it within 1 month.I guess this psu will be to run the 6770 for 1 month (hope so) though it will be risky but if I were you I would have taken that risk.Or you can another thing, you can buy the psu brand now that am using (been using this for more than 6 months without any prob,Dee also use this brand psu). It will cost you 500 tk. Later buy better psu.To me anyhow possible get the 6770.It wont regret you.

    If you go for secondhand then -

    1.You can get 5770 with warranty within 8k or 7k (you may have to wait for that). With rest of the money you buy a good psu.In second hand 5770 looks the best option.

    2.You can get GTS 450 with warranty within 8k or 7k (you may have to wait for that). With rest of the money you buy a good psu..Here is one add for gts 450.
    suggestion ta bhalo diso thanks......gts 450 er sathe 6670 er comparison dekhte chai....any link?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hrishat View Post
    suggestion ta bhalo diso thanks......gts 450 er sathe 6670 er comparison dekhte chai....any link?
    ei review ta dekhen taholey idea paben...as Arif bro said gts 450 would be a good alternative and from all aspect gts 450 is faster then 6670
    check this out- http://www.guru3d.com/article/radeon-hd-6670-review/1

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    Default Re: Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    Hrishat bro, clickBD.com e 1ta 2.5 months used Asus GTS 450 ache, cost porbe 7,400/= ar baki tk diye valo 1ta PSU kine felen, used PSU with warranty hole to kotha e nai, problem solved.

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    Default Re: Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    if you don't wanna buy 2nd hand then u can get these

    asus gts450 -9.2k
    gigabyte superb 460w/Tt LP 430w -3.3k
    total = 12.5k

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    Default Re: Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    hmmm.....2nd hand option tai bhalo hobe....karon budget kom amar.....dekhi chinta bhabna kortesi.....kal market e jabo ektu ghure dekhte....

    ---------- Post added at 23:06 ---------- Previous post was at 22:45 ----------

    accha Sapphire HD 5830 ki Delux er psu dia chalano jabe??

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    Default Re: Sapphire HD 6670 with Generic PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by hrishat View Post
    hmmm.....2nd hand option tai bhalo hobe....karon budget kom amar.....dekhi chinta bhabna kortesi.....kal market e jabo ektu ghure dekhte....

    ---------- Post added at 23:06 ---------- Previous post was at 22:45 ----------

    accha Sapphire HD 5830 ki Delux er psu dia chalano jabe??
    Nope...HD 5830's TDP is 175 watt.So you need a decent 450 Watt power supply.
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