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I realize that there is a hugh difference in price, but for this upgrade, the ability to play game for sometime into the future is the issue. Anyways yeah they told me it would work and put it in and they only charged me $20 even though I could do it myself but im not really sure they Aug 9, 2006 #10 Darth_Terra1 TS Rookie Posts: 212 Adding a more powerful power supply will do nothing to the Motherbaord i have put a 500 watt power supply in a The original Win XPx32 package with the same set up was nowhere even close in performance as what it is able to do now. http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/t/19344533
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Jul 24, 2006 #14 cfitzarl TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 1,975 +9 The GeForce 6200 64-Bit PCI-Bus graphic card will work with your system (as long as you have the correct power Anyways that was the beginning... If there is nothing in that price category I'm open to any suggestions. - Jul 21, 2006 #1 nickslick74 TS Rookie Posts: 575 I tried to do a bit of
Now when it comes to software and PC work once its turned on, i'm a whiz. Main Sections Technology News Reviews Features Product Finder Downloads Drivers Community TechSpot Forums Today's Posts Ask a Question News & Comments Useful Resources Best of the Best Must Reads Trending Now Jul 21, 2006 #6 kkushion TS Rookie PCIE for Dimension 3100? Dismiss Notice TechSpot Forums Forums TechSpot Core Graphics Cards Today's Posts Upgrading Graphics card in a Dimension E310 ByGeekieNick101 Aug 8, 2006 Hi, this is my first time ever posting in
What I'm still not sure about is whether the video card supports DirectX 9.0c, or just 9.0. Video Card For Dell Dimension E310 I think I'm gonna end up getting this monitor also! According to Dell, the e310 has a PCIe x1 slot and it would perform better than a PCI GPU.http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&N=100007709%20600007854&IsNodeId=1&name=PCI%20Express%20x1http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/dim3100/en/sm/specs0.htm silversmithyJan 5, 2013, 2:25 AM Thanks for the info/advice.. How good is the fan on the graphics card does it stay secure.
by nathanpsz2 / April 26, 2006 4:37 AM PDT In reply to: Sadly I do too ...with a PCIe slot. I recommend the adapter so that a person can use any low profile x16 card, which opens up a wide variety of cards to use, instead of the like 2 available I upgraded to 64-bit vista Ultimate and it has 4GB of memory. Even if you use a pci express x16 to x1 slot adapter, the performance would be lowered.Click to expand...
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- Does anyone know which of the 3, (all 512mb cards), is the better overall card for gaming.
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So he told me that I myswell buy a new system he said in particular an XPS system because it is "high end" and has a graphics card not intergrated graphics. http://www.computerforums.org/forums/hardware/best-value-graphics-upgrade-my-dell-dimension-e310-195231.html I also bought a power supply compliant with DELL's strange specs. :/Upon reflection of this problem, I wish I had just re-built the entire system after a component pull.**(Of course the Dell Dimension E310 Manual That said, if I was upgrading an e310 and cared about graphics performance, I'd buy an x1 to x16 slot adapter (like you mentioned above), which allows any x16 low profile Dell Dimension E310 Specs You don't need to upgrade power supply.
Best answer justajohnApr 21, 2013, 1:30 AM I agree with COLGeek you should keep the costs to a minimum with such an old outdated PC. navigate to this website If you download Passmark performance test 8.0 you can see the exact info from the test. Similar Topics Dell Dimension E310 - upgrading graphics card, power supply question Aug 8, 2010 Graphics card for dimension e310 Nov 16, 2008 Dell Dimension E310 Graphics Card Upgrade Jun 11, Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to PC Hardware forum 28 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions icon Pcie X1 Graphics Card
all I had to do was slice it following the slot so it left the back open and my x600 card could slip into it completely. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and PS TigerDirect held my two-day-shipping order for five days because they needed more information. More about the author You are not running a loaded to the max system (Because the motherboard is a special edition omitting most of the ports) So any PCI card should be fine.
which there are a ton of for around 20 bucks or so from the various pc parts vendors online. Mpeg playback is about good as you can expect. I was also looking at the online manual and found this Your Dell™ computer provides the following slots for PCI and PCI Express cards: * Two PCI card slots * One
Thanks in advance for your input. 5 answers Last reply Apr 21, 2013 Best Answer Apr 21, 2013 More about video card dell dimension e310 COLGeekJan 5, 2013, 1:34 AM You
Aug 10, 2006 #11 GeekieNick101 TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 373 Ok Thank you very much for clearing this up for me I was very confused thanks to Dell's Tech Support Are you sure the power supply will be ok? yeah, I hoping that shouldn't be too much of a problem...I got 1 gig of RAM and not much other programs on there.. Although, I would think that it's more powerful than the GeForce 6200 64-Bit) Jul 24, 2006 #15 nickslick74 TS Rookie Posts: 575 The downfall of the X1300 is that it
The FX5500 (PCI version) requires a 250 watt power supply, but if you don't max other things like multiple harddrives and USB stuff, I'm hoping you'll be okay. Did you remove the 'Intel(R)Graphics Media Accelerator Driver', then turn off the computer and then install the video card?Im just wanting to make sure before I remove the display driver cause hav a good weekend Jul 21, 2006 #5 nickslick74 TS Rookie Posts: 575 Not a problem! click site I'm pretty much in the same situation.
I read of one guy supposedly heating up the tip of a flat screwdriver until it was super hot, and then pressing it down on the plastic to melt a notch It really bummed me out I couldn't put the left over Radeon into it so I did some looking for a pcie x1 to pcie x16 bus adapter... They already had all the shipping info, but they didnt send the email until around 12 at night and I didnt check my email for most of the week. The only other 2 Dell Dimension e310's listed did a 54.3 and a 150.0.
If you find my posting helpful, please add kudos to it. But that's too much considering that Newegg.com had it for only $36. during online multiplayer death matches..sometimes jumpy but it refreshes pretty fast. If I should go for the PCI Express, any recommendations for still around the same price (~$60)??