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Product Name: HP Pavilion Desktop - 570-p052

Hello everybody, I'd like to buy the Hp Pavilion Desktop - 570-p052ns and I'm looking for some information about it. I can't find some information about the videocard of this desktop pc, I'd like to know wich version of the Nvidia Geforce GTX950 is onboard, I'm afraid it is the mobile version. Anyone of you is able to answer me? Thanks in advance, bye

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Re: Onboard videocard version

The version of the Nvidia Geforce GTX950 that the PC will be delivered with is the OEM desktop version.  It will have an HP part number.  The form factor is: ATX (Full height) PCB and bracket (single slot; fan sink; dual slot)

 

See the HP Pavilion 570-p052ns desktop PC's specifications at the following link.

https://support.hp.com/gb-en/document/c05411544

 

Mobile versions would be the tiny mini PCIe video adapters. They are only in notebooks and All-in-One desktop PCs.

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Re: Onboard videocard version

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The version of the Nvidia Geforce GTX950 that the PC will be delivered with is the OEM desktop version.  It will have an HP part number.  The form factor is: ATX (Full height) PCB and bracket (single slot; fan sink; dual slot)

 

See the HP Pavilion 570-p052ns desktop PC's specifications at the following link.

https://support.hp.com/gb-en/document/c05411544

 

Mobile versions would be the tiny mini PCIe video adapters. They are only in notebooks and All-in-One desktop PCs.

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Thanks a lot! Do you know the difference in performance between the oem and the retail version? I know that the mobile version is quite slower but I don't know anything about the oem version

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There are different types of the retail version. They start at 2GB and go up to 8GB and have faster memories. The versions with 4, 6 and 8GB would require an ATX PSU upgrade to 450W or more.

 

Forget the mobile versions. Desktop PCs are a whole different world of options. Almost all of the retail and OEM versions have more power.

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