my question is..
I want to install a 5770 graphics card in my dell XPS 420
here is a picture inside the case of a XPS 420
Where does the 6 pin connector for the video card come from?, if i need to use the one that comes with the card, WHERE do i plug in the molex end of the cable into??
im aware of how to install the graphics card, and whatnot, the only thing i dont know is where the cable comes from on my psu to plug into the GPU?
Bottom Left of picture, up 3 or 4 inches. Is that a 6pin power cable with the black and white wires? It's held in place with whitish plastic with two tiny balls at the end.. lol
the six pin connector comes from YOUR power supply, they do provide a six pin to 4 pin adapter.
omg nice lol i did not even see that i fell like we are playing wheres waldo
everything looks ass backwards o.0
First of all, you need to read the tech specs for you're "pc".
Graphics options from NVIDIA and ATI.
One PCIe x16 graphics slot with support for PCIe 2.0 future graphics cards.
768MB DDR3 nVidia® GeForce® 8800 GTX
512 MB DDR3 nVidia® GeForce® 8800 GT
256MB DDR3 nVidia® GeForce® 8600 GTS
256MB DDR4 ATI HD 2600 XT
128MB DDR4 ATI HD 2400 PRO
You can`t install a 5770 because you're powersupply is only 375W and you will not be able to find any drivers!
Also, there is realy no point in installing a high end graphics card when you`re CPU is weak!
DO NOT TRY TO MODIFY ANY PRE ASSEMBLED PC`S
+1 to fizzylumi. you PSU wont support it, your motherboard wont support it, and it wont do much anyway because you have a major bottleneck in your CPU
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