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I have a question, if I get and install a new GPU and it's from a different manufacturer than my previous one, how do I make sure my new GPU works? Do I delete all of the drivers from my previous one, or? I'm really trying to upgrade my PC.
Can someone assist me plz? :p
I can't decide between the MSI GTX 970 GAMING 100 Million Edition OC 4GB and the Gigabyte AMD R9 390 8GB G1 Gaming…
I am going to upgrade to 16GB Ram soon (if that makes a difference). And I would gladly buy another PSU if needed, Any advice is appreciated :)
Thanks in advance
I know I've asked a similar question but my computer isn't exactly built and I have time to switch around parts, I was originally going to get a ASUS 750Ti 2GB OC but now I'm considering a ZOTAC GTX 760. Would a 760 work with a 430W PSU?
before you overclock you GPU you should upgrade your PSU at least 600w or 650w
because this is power hungry process needs much more than its normal………..
so upgrade your PSU….
Can someone tell me to what extent can i overclock my gpu?
I don't want to burn down my system.
My psu is 450w with 21Amps on 12v rail and it's dual 12v rail if it matters.
Anyone here have any idea why the R9 280's/280X's had/have such a high fail rate? I mean the 7950's/7970's are golden.
Also gravely disappointed by AMD disabling crossfire in Far Cry 4 >.>