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Dell XPS 9100 Compatible With Nvidia GTX 980/970?

Maybe you should check out the Dell forums and see if anyone else is running the same setup. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Amd4life 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(3 children)Well an r9 390 is a slightly better card which I usually recommend, but that's too much for your psu I handle especially if If you still get dips in the 30's or even lower, don't be sad. I'm not sure, however, if it is something with the current processor or the motherboard that prevents it. his comment is here

Whole sordid tale here: http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=226007&st=0Click to expand... Definitely the right card to buy if you can.Click to expand... If possible get a new case and ps. And yeah..if it still happens with the 670, then it's indeed the cpu, of which i'll oc it, or just go with a new motherbd/cpu/case combo.

So while i cannot stand this pc rig..it was not a terrible deal, but now the Dell pricing is alot higher then others..they are really overcharging way too much. #15 Then I'd say go for a 970. I'd really like to upgrade this if possible and it's worth it. is a PCI E 2.0, while the GPU card is a 3.0.

I did a quick Google search regarding your motherboard and any compatibility issues but I did not see anything. I said the hell with it and built a new PC. Add to that lower heat distribution, and that another huge plus. Maybe i'm wrong here, but no GTX 600 card will work with a ps that low.

It's served me pretty well for a circa 2010 pc but it's showing its age in some of the other games I play already and, as I'm not likely to get Video Cards and Graphics Friday at 8:04 PM unable to get sli card to work on nvidia gtx 1080 Video Cards and Graphics Feb 4, 2017 One of two 280x's fans I got lucky with that xps9100, as it ran only $1100(nov 2010) and i got off some $$ with sending back the stock ati gpu, so it ran me only about http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2416886/studio-xps-9100-gtx-970-compatible.html Thanks for the info I'm gathering the 12v is common for all gpu's? (with only the watts changing for each gpu), and that the most important thing is what it's pulling

I would look on google just search 1336 xeon and get a list of the six core ones, then just find the cheapest one on ebay. I'm sure the gtx460 worked ok, right?(those only needed 450w) And it never booted with the 670, right? to 1280*720, and i never had dips that low. Thanks again.

Thanks again. https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/will-this-gpu-work-in-my-pc-rig-tia.2254891/ Here's my lousy pc specs: (Studio XPS 9100, I7-930 at 2.8GHz(stock), 9GB Ram..ect) http://www.dell.com/support/troubleshooting/us/en/19/Index?c=us&s=dhs&cs=19&l=en&t=system In the doc's it says :--> PCI Express card up to 16X up to 300watts (makes no So I would just get one of the graphics cards and the power supply and you'll be all ready for Fallout 4. I said the hell with it and built a new PC.

That's impressive!. this content PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant Type Item Price CPU Intel Core i7-920 2.66Ghz Quad-Core Processor $305.97 @ Amazon Motherboard Intel DX58OG ATX LGA1366 Motherboard - Memory Corsair Vengeance A 670 is the perfect upgrade for that rig until you do a rebuild. This Palit 560ti hits near 90 C, unless i have my ac blasting right next to it.

TIA #6 PhilipO1964, Jun 29, 2012 Jaydip Diamond Member Joined: Mar 29, 2010 Messages: 3,669 Likes Received: 14 It means in a typical system with 560ti it can pull 12*30=360Watts.I good luck with your new rig..at least you don't need the hassles of a Dell pos anymore, right? From reading all reviews on the 670 gpu's(and this certain gpu card), it only asks for a 500w ps, and it seems draws less then 300w, so i should be fine, weblink I cannot decide if my money is better spent on a graphics card or upgrading the mobo and processor?

Nearly double the fps(hopefully), lower load heat, and i'm sure a fan that won't be annoying(like this 560 is), and it fits in this Dell pos..lol, as well. The 560 needed a 500w, so that would not work with that xps 8300. That pc rig(xps 8300) was a nice pc...by dell standards, and got solid reviews.

permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]Spartan503 1 point2 points3 points 1 year ago(2 children)For an older PC your not in bad shape.

For a mid-high range graphics card like a R9 390, your current hardware would be just fine. Should be a killer rig.Click to expand... Since then only added a 460 and 560..and sold the 460 to get the 560 for only $100 more. It still should be ok.

In what country are you purchasing your parts? Most of the time you can't overclock a xeon, but in this case you can. FWIW: I was stuck in late 2010 to go with Dell, as money was extremely tight and was in process of buying a new house. check over here AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Home Forums > Hardware and Technology > Video Cards and Graphics > jump to contentmy subredditsannouncementsArtAskRedditaskscienceawwblogbookscreepydataisbeautifulDIYDocumentariesEarthPornexplainlikeimfivefoodfunnyFuturologygadgetsgamingGetMotivatedgifshistoryIAmAInternetIsBeautifulJokesLifeProTipslistentothismildlyinterestingmoviesMusicnewsnosleepnottheonionOldSchoolCoolpersonalfinancephilosophyphotoshopbattlespicsscienceShowerthoughtsspacesportstelevisiontifutodayilearnedTwoXChromosomesUpliftingNewsvideosworldnewsWritingPromptsedit subscriptionspopular-all-random|AskReddit-funny-worldnews-pics-videos-todayilearned-gifs-news-gaming-aww-Showerthoughts-movies-mildlyinteresting-television-Jokes-nottheonion-OldSchoolCool-space-LifeProTips-TwoXChromosomes-science-sports-explainlikeimfive-food-Futurology-announcements-UpliftingNews-photoshopbattles-tifu-EarthPorn-GetMotivated-personalfinance-WritingPrompts-IAmA-Art-dataisbeautiful-creepy-Music-books-DIY-nosleep-history-gadgets-InternetIsBeautiful-Documentaries-askscience-philosophy-listentothis-blogmore »buildapccommentsWant to join? Log in or sign up in

So perfect in budget. You can get a R9 390 for about $320, which would play Fallout 4 no problem, where as for about $220 you could get a GTX 960 which would perform significantly permalinkembedsaveparentgive goldaboutblogaboutsource codeadvertisecareershelpsite rulesFAQwikireddiquettemod guidelinescontact usapps & toolsReddit for iPhoneReddit for Androidmobile websitebuttons<3reddit goldredditgiftsUse of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. © 2017 reddit inc. My buddy (who just got himself a gtx 980 ti, the bastard) is going to have Fallout day 1, but say I wait a month to pad the budget would it

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Specs were good, except it had only a 460w ps. And i never used the're bs overrated customer support, even once in over a yr. When i google x58 xeon I'm getting a lot of motherboard results, but you say 6 core which I usually associate with processors? I think you'll be OK but I figured it couldn't hurt to let you know.

When talking price to performance that card simply can't be beat. So if you have any issues whatsoever with heat I would get the GTX 960. An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request.