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What version of PCI-E x16 does the computer have?

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  • Started 3 years ago by Samuel745
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Samuel745
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http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/a.....l#longDesc <---------- that's the PC

what type of motherboard does this have, i need it to be a 3.0 PCI-E x16 so i can put a AMD 7770 inside.

Also what type of power supply does this have? what wattage?

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whs
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You have to find the specs of the PC to find out. Wattage is often not specified but my guess would be that it is 250 to 300 Watts at best. Most mobos have an x16 PCI-e slot.

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vistamike
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Advent is a curry build, price £300, suspect psu is 350.

It is off the shelf, for your needs you might want question it

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