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radeon x 1950 pro

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by replay56, Oct 25, 2007.

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  1. replay56

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    I purchased the x1950 pro. My computer is an MCE 2005. The box says i require a x16 pci express slot. Do i have one and is installing it as simple as inserting it into the slot and instaling the software? Thanks.
     
  2. Elvandil

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    What make/model of machine? What card are you using now?
     
  3. MichaelDee

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    Do you know any of your pc specs? I think all of the x1950pro cards have a 6 pin power connection as well and require power both from your mobo as well as more power directly from the psu. The card should come with a 6 pin/molex adapter, so that shouldn't be a problem, but if your psu is only powerful enough to run your current pc, then your new card won't run right.

    It is easy, just plug it in and connect the 6pin power connector, turn on the pc and install the drivers from the cd.
     
  4. replay56

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    it's an hp pavillion a1542n
     
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