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Need compatible 4GB DDR3 SDRAM Video card for G53264k desktop

Product Name: G5326uk
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

 

I need a compatible 4GB DDR3 SDRAM video graphics card  to upgrade my HP desktop  to support additional two (2 ) monitors for stock trading live data charts.If there is no available video card for my system,can I install plugable USB 3.0 or 2.0 to  VGA/DVI/HDMI Video Grahpics Adapater?
Technical Details of My HP Desktop:
Brand HP Item Weight 9 Kg Product Dimensions 56.8 x 50.4 x 25.6 cm Item model number G5326uk Processor Brand Intel Processor Type Pentium Processor Speed 3.2 GHz RAM Size 4 GB Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM Hard Drive Size 500 GB Hard Disk Technology hdd Graphics Card Description Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X4500D Graphics RAM Type DDR3 SDRAM Graphics Card Ram Size 1.26 GB Voltage 240 volts Wattage 90 watts Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit Lithium Battery Weight
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Re: Need compatible 4GB DDR3 SDRAM Video card for G53264k desktop

@myhpupgrade,

Based on your request, the NVidia Quantro FX5800 4GB card meets your inquiry.  It will require 190W additional power. Beware,  your circa 2010 machine is BIOS, not UEFI.  Any graphic card released late 2012  should not be considered. The internal PSU is 300W, so I would suggest a Corsair CX600.  That would idle a better than straining a lesser valued PSU.

WIN 10 64bit driver from NVidia.

 

I am not picking on you, but in your previous post (3/14/17) you mentioned WIN 10 was installed.  No where in the 3/15/17 post did you state WIN 10.  I had to edit to correct the driver link.  Creating multiple posts within the same subject makes it more difficult to render an informed opinion/answer/comment.

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Re: Need compatible 4GB DDR3 SDRAM Video card for G53264k desktop

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@myhpupgrade,

Based on your request, the NVidia Quantro FX5800 4GB card meets your inquiry.  It will require 190W additional power. Beware,  your circa 2010 machine is BIOS, not UEFI.  Any graphic card released late 2012  should not be considered. The internal PSU is 300W, so I would suggest a Corsair CX600.  That would idle a better than straining a lesser valued PSU.

WIN 10 64bit driver from NVidia.

 

I am not picking on you, but in your previous post (3/14/17) you mentioned WIN 10 was installed.  No where in the 3/15/17 post did you state WIN 10.  I had to edit to correct the driver link.  Creating multiple posts within the same subject makes it more difficult to render an informed opinion/answer/comment.

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Re: Need compatible 4GB DDR3 SDRAM Video card for G53264k desktop

Hi,

Thanks for kind assistance.It escaped my memory to include that windows 10 is already installed on the  desktop in my last post.

Regards.

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