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Bigbadsquid
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Upgrading my pc, need bios help

Hey guys! I'm upgrading my HP p6-2107c gpu to include a evga gtx 750ti superclock, but I need help regarding compatibility (particularly bios). Will this gpu work with my current setup (amd A6 3620 with hibiscus motherboard)? I posted to other forums and they said that my cpu shouldn't bottleneck the card. I'm NOT building a pc or upgrading more than my gpu. Thank you!
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Dunidar
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Re: Upgrading my pc, need bios help

Hello Bigbadsquid,

 

Welcome to the HP Forums, I hope you enjoy your experience! To help you get the most out of the HP Forums I would like to direct your attention to the HP Forums Guide First Time Here? Learn How to Post and More.

I understand you are installing the EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti Superclocked in your HP Pavilion p6-2107c Desktop PC and are inquiring as to where it will work correctly. I have reviewed the specs for both the computer and the graphics card and I can see no issues with it working as designed in your HP Pavilion p6-2107c Desktop PC.

 

The only requirements listed for this device aside from the expansion slot being available is that you have a minimum of a 300 watt power supply and the HP Pavilion p6-2107c Desktop PC comes with a 300 watt power supply. You may in time want to up the power supply a bit as you are now riding the very minimum requirement.

 

All in all should work fine for you.

 

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