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BFG 6600GT PCI-E work with T6212?

by SeaninWa / May 5, 2005 1:55 PM PDT

Hey All,


I am starting to lean toward the BFG GeForce 6600 GT OC 128MB card instead of the X700 Pro. Both are about the same price it seems.

I will be putting it in the Emachines T6212 PCI-E slot.

I think the T6212 only has 300W Power Supply, is this sufficient? I read this model does not require an external connection to the psu.


Does anyone run one with a 6600GT and factory Power Supply, for the T6212?

I never replaced one before and don't want to ruin my warrenty either, if I don't have too.


Thanks!

SeaninWa

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by damasta55r / May 5, 2005 1:57 PM PDT

Opening the case already voids your warranty. ALso, i think the BFG 6600GT is not very good. SUggest Evga 6600GT, which is $159 and is far better, your bfg is more expensive and its fan sucks.
Roger

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What about x700pro 256Mb?
by SeaninWa / May 6, 2005 3:43 AM PDT
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Hey,


Thanks for your reply.


I am now concerned I will have to replace the power supply to support the 6600gt, do you have this in the T6212 with a factory power supply?

I read the x700pro doesn't need more than the 300w power supply needed by the factory power suuply in the T6212.

If anyone has one of these in their T6212 with a factory power supply please respond how well t works or if you had to replace power supply, thanks.


Any ideas would be much appretiated, thanks!


SeaninWa

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by damasta55r / May 6, 2005 8:59 AM PDT

X700 Pro is very behind the 6600GT also. Might as well get an X800XL which is better if not as good as a 6800GT. If you don't want to fork over $300 for a graphics card, get the 6600GT and for the price of an x700Pro, buy a better power supply unit. A 400Watt will cost less than $50. I am 85% sure, you should be able to run the 6600GT with your 300W power supply
Roger

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