Inspiron 620s - Graphics Card Upgrade

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 I am in need of a video upgrade to power the 3 monitors (Eyefinity) for my new Saitek Flight Simulator setup. I have a 620s i5-2320 CPU @ 3.0 GHz 6 GB RAM Win 7 (x64). I will obviously need a graphics card upgrade (low profile) to power this. I am not even sure that this i5 will provide the processing power to run this configuration. An additional note is that I have a 14 year old who is an  avid gamer and am sure he will be staking a claim on this video array in short order. Am I doomed to just looking towards a new system to accomodate his gaming too.

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Re: Inspiron 620s - Graphics Card Upgrade

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Hi Inthelbc,

The graphic card options in the Inspiron 620s are:
NVIDIA GeForce GT420
AMD Radeon HD 6450
AMD Radeon HD 6670

These cards are tested to run with the Inspiron 620s and the AMD Radeon HD 6670 supports Eyefinity technology. Based on the system specifications you have mentioned I am certain this video card will work great with the i5 processor and also power supply upgrade is not required.

The external connectors on the AMD Radeon HD 6670 are as follows:
1. DisplayPort
2. VGA
3. DVI-D

Please reply if you have any further questions.

Thanks and Regards
Satya P
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Re: Inspiron 620s - Graphics Card Upgrade

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This Sapphire card supports three monitors: www.newegg.com/.../Product.aspx

The 7750 is about as powerful as low profile gaming cards get.


Re: Inspiron 620s - Graphics Card Upgrade

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I have two 620 i3.  Put 430w ps in one with Radeon HD6670.  disabled video in system settings, rebooted and all went well with adding drivers.  Did the same thing in the other one and the fan powers, but nothing as far as video.  On the second computer I also went into bios and selected Auto for detecting video after failed attempts.  Any ideas?  Also tried putting the first card in the second computer to see if the card was defective.  Nothing. 

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