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Is a mini pci e fast enough for a GT 710

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Nope. The GT710 is not powerful at all, so you probably won't have to worry at all.


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37 minutes ago, knockless said:

Will a mini pci e bottleneck a GT 710?

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It won't bottleneck it,it's a very weak card.


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Just now, Vishera said:

It won't bottleneck it since it's a very weak card.

Thanks 

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1 minute ago, lexusgamer05 said:

Nope. The GT710 is not powerful at all, so you probably won't have to worry at all.

Thanks

But will it bottleneck with mi 1st gen intel core i3 330m? (Arrandale)

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Just now, knockless said:

Thanks 

and

Thanks

But will it bottleneck with mi 1st gen intel core i3 330m? (Arrandale)

It looks like your laptop is more of a burden than a helper.

If you have money for it,consider buying a better laptop (there are plenty of good used laptops on the market).


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Vishera said:

It looks like your laptop is more of a burden than a helper.

If you have money for it,consider buying a better laptop (there are plenty of good used laptops on the market).

Yeah, and my budget is the price of a GT 710 ngl.

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1 minute ago, knockless said:

Yeah, and my budget is the price of a GT 710 ngl.

Well, you're not going to be able to use a GT710 then anyways, since you still need to buy the mPCIE -> PCIE x16 - adapter and a separate power-supply. As I mentioned in your other thread, no, you can't power the GT710 from the mPCIE-socket.


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3 minutes ago, WereCatf said:

Well, you're not going to be able to use a GT710 then anyways, since you still need to buy the mPCIE -> PCIE x16 - adapter and a separate power-supply. As I mentioned in your other thread, no, you can't power the GT710 from the mPCIE-socket.

T_T

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10 minutes ago, knockless said:

T_T

At this point, I'd just simply suggest you to tell all your parents and relatives and whatnot to give you your birthday- and Christmas-gifts as money, so you can spend it on a new laptop. Also, ask them if you can e.g. mow their lawns or do something similar to earn a little extra.

 

Yes, I know it's annoying to have to save up the money and wait for a longer time to have enough for a new laptop, but.....well, you're not the only person in the world who has to do that. You just have to learn some patience.


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7 minutes ago, WereCatf said:

Well, you're not going to be able to use a GT710 then anyways, since you still need to buy the mPCIE -> PCIE x16 - adapter and a separate power-supply. As I mentioned in your other thread, no, you can't power the GT710 from the mPCIE-socket.

That's true,It requires external power in order to work.

Seems like OP was confused by people speaking about PCI-E and not mini PCI-E.


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Just now, WereCatf said:

At this point, I'd just simply suggest you to tell all your parents and relatives and whatnot to give you your birthday- and Christmas-gifts as money, so you can spend it on a new laptop. Also, ask them if you can e.g. mow their lawns or do something similar to earn a little extra.

 

Yes, I know it's annoying to have to save up the money and wait for a longer time to have enough for a new laptop, but.....well, you're not the only person in the world who has to do that. You just have to learn some patience.

I agree,in the other thread i recommended to save money as well.

Once OP has enough budget we can recommend a laptop to buy.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, WereCatf said:

At this point, I'd just simply suggest you to tell all your parents and relatives and whatnot to give you your birthday- and Christmas-gifts as money, so you can spend it on a new laptop. Also, ask them if you can e.g. mow their lawns or do something similar to earn a little extra.

 

Yes, I know it's annoying to have to save up the money and wait for a longer time to have enough for a new laptop, but.....well, you're not the only person in the world who has to do that. You just have to learn some patience.

hmm, Thanks

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