Question will a HD 5750 support my PC?

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Hello guys, I wanna buy a HD 5750 because its better than my Recent GT 710. will the HD 5750 supports my PC Specs? (Please don't ask for another GPU Upgrade!)


CPU: Intel Pentium G2020

GPU: NVIDIA GT 710 1GB (Planning to Upgrade to Radeon HD 5750 1GB)
PSU: Green GP380A (380WATT)
MOTHERBOARD: Gigabyte H61M-S2PV (REV 2.2)
RAM: 4GB DDR3-1333 (2x2 RAM)
HDD: Hitachi HDS721050CLA362

Will that AMD Card (HD 5750) Support my PC Specs above?
 

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It should, but I'm not sure it's that much better than your 710. It's faster yes, but it was a low end card from a decade ago. The official TDP is over 75W so most models should ask for a 6pin plug. (I had a 5750 once and I can't remember if mine did, but I know some did and some didn't.) The draw is ~4x more than your 710 so you might need a PSU upgrade when using the 5750.

If this is for gaming the entire setup needs an upgrade. I'm sure you know that. I don't mean to be rude, but both cards are too slow to handle modern gaming.
 
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It should, but I'm not sure it's that much better than your 710. It's faster yes, but it was a low end card from a decade ago. The official TDP is over 75W so most models should ask for a 6pin plug. (I had a 5750 once and I can't remember if mine did, but I know some did and some didn't.) The draw is ~4x more than your 710 so you might need a PSU upgrade when using the 5750.

If this is for gaming the entire setup needs an upgrade. I'm sure you know that. I don't mean to be rude, but both cards are too slow to handle modern gaming.
Hello, Thanks for your Feedback, I only want it for Light Gaming (e.g. GTAV at 1360x768 at Lowest Settings and Other Low end PC Gaming). So It'll Support my PC, Right?
 

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Titan
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The PSU concerns me. (Claimed) 380W should work. But if you get a 5750 that needs 75W, and you add in your low end CPU and board, you could be looking at ~175W draw? I don't know if your, claimed, 380W PSU has the 6pin PCIe plug on it, and if it can really do 380W. The 710 has a draw of ~18W. So you are asking a lot more from your PSU. I would consider a PSU upgrade if you are upgrading the GPU. Until you know for sure your PSU is good enough to handle your GPU I wouldn't buy a new GPU.
 
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Apr 14, 2019
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The PSU concerns me. (Claimed) 380W should work. But if you get a 5750 that needs 75W, and you add in your low end CPU and board, you could be looking at ~175W draw? I don't know if your, claimed, 380W PSU has the 6pin PCIe plug on it, and if it can really do 380W. The 710 has a draw of ~18W. So you are asking a lot more from your PSU. I would consider a PSU upgrade if you are upgrading the GPU. Until you know for sure your PSU is good enough to handle your GPU I wouldn't buy a new GPU.
BTW It's a Sapphire 5750. Also will it supports and fit in my Gigabyte H61M-S2PV REV 2.2 Motherboard? Thanks
 

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