To make it simple, maybe they were thinking, since the 460 needs only a 450w ps, why put into bios anything higher then a gtx460, as the stock ps would not 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 I know for sure i would if i was stuck with a 460w ps. Thanks so much!. (i used to be a big geek with pc's, but then i had my son to watch over..daddy day care..lol, so it limits my reading up on everything http://fixmyacer.com/dell-xps/dell-xps-15-9550-w-intel-530-nvidia-960m-cannot-force-use-of-nvidia-960m.html
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. Thanks again. You said you put the 600w ps in and a 460. If motherboard is upgraded I'd want one that my current ram would fit in. http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19613505
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I would like help choosing wise upgrades that will set me up for further upgrades down the line when funds are available. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? The PCI-E 2.0 vs 3.0 is a non-issue. Also this 560Ti has always run at high temps..some close to 88 degrees C., and the fan is always at 90% when at load(BF3/Crysis 2..both maxed out).
I know for sure i would if i was stuck with a 460w ps. I don't know much about that power supply, but if it powers a 560TI fine, I don't see it having trouble with the 670. btw: I'm real sorry to hear the 670 would not work with your XPS 8300. Most of the time you can't overclock a xeon, but in this case you can.
USA This is what I have currently and I'm hoping you all can point me in the best direction to take! Latest: Mai72, Mar 22, 2017 at 5:28 AM Politics and News No more G4560 CPUs until April 24th? I had a Corsair GS600 (same as my sig rig). Are you sure this was a motherboard issue or a ps issue?
What is your budget (ballpark is okay)? $400 top end? permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]JordanSpaceMan[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(4 children)Could you clarify some things for me? Discussion Peripherals Miscellaneous Related Reddits /r/battlestations /r/buildapcsales /r/hardware /r/hardwareswap /r/mechanicalkeyboards /r/monitors /r/overclocking /r/pcgaming /r/pcmods /r/pcretailers /r/suggestalaptop /r/tech /r/techsupport More related subreddits created by LieutenantClonea community for 6 yearsmessage the moderatorsMODERATORSLieutenantCloneicedevil6ACDCGAMERnubbinatorJappettoreshesnikIRC OverlordLumberStackNeverrSummerCustardFilledAutoModerator...and 3 more »discussions Never buying a pre-built PC ever again.
Add to that lower heat distribution, and that another huge plus. check my blog The case I have wasn't listed but can be seen here: http://mans.io/item/Dell/Studio-XPS-9100 It's pretty much stock I guess except for the RAM. The 560 needed a 500w, so that would not work with that xps 8300. What was Dell thinking?
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. I only booted up the Dell once with the stock PSU to make sure it worked and then put the 600W & a GTX 460 in it. What a ripoff!. http://fixmyacer.com/dell-xps/dell-xps-9100-system-memory-failed-stress-test.html I know the 660 is set for release soon and for sure will have a lower ps requirment, but you'll need a gpu that requires a ps of 450w.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant Type Item Price CPU Intel Core i7-920 2.66Ghz Quad-Core Processor $305.97 @ Amazon Motherboard Intel DX58OG ATX LGA1366 Motherboard - Memory Corsair Vengeance Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. There are all basically the same chip with higher clocks, so you can just overclock it.
I said the hell with it and built a new PC. Thanks for the info I'm gathering the 12v is common for all gpu's? (with only the watts changing for each gpu), and that the most important thing is what it's pulling I think you'll be OK but I figured it couldn't hurt to let you know. I said the hell with it and built a new PC.
The 560 needed a 500w, so that would not work with that xps 8300. In what country are you purchasing your parts? You won't be able to vote or comment. 012USD$[Build Help] Tight budget, upgrade old Dell XPS 9100 for Fallout 4 (self.buildapc)submitted 1 year ago by JordanSpaceManBuild Help Have you read the sidebar and rules? (Please have a peek at these guys If you still get dips in the 30's or even lower, don't be sad.
I remember when looking in late 2010' and seeing the Dell 8300 lineup..but with it's smaller ps, wow...i knew that i could never add more then a gtx 460 into it. Thanks for your reply and the info..as it sure helps to know PCI-E is indeed a non-issue.(as far as it working..i don't mind tiny losses in fps) I must have spent What exactly are you suggesting there? Dell has known since April that the 600 series cards are not recognized by the mobo and are not going to release a BIOS update.
It will be your CPU's fault if that happens.Click to expand... I think you'll be OK but I figured it couldn't hurt to let you know. Latest: cbn, Mar 22, 2017 at 5:27 AM CPUs and Overclocking http://israelbigmarket.com/prodroxatone-serum-review/ Latest: PixelSquish, Mar 22, 2017 at 5:14 AM Off Topic Star Citizen to support Vulkan only instead of DX12 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
My concern is that I believe overclocking is not possible with this machine currently.