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02-05-2021 12:11 AM
I want to know if my pc supports full size 1050ti overclocked version from brand zotaac , gigabyte or MSI, people saying that full size graphics card won't fit, if you try to install they will hit at pc cooler and won't fit ,
Can anyone provide me list of graphics upgrades possible from current market
02-05-2021 12:17 PM
@Tarun12 , welcome to the Community.
Here is the Product Specifications page. If you look at the section titled "Graphics", there is a list of compatible discrete cards. All of them are low-profile cards. Also, they have been engineered to work with the 240W power supply unit (PSU) that came with your computer. There is no list of recent cards that will work with your computer. I suggest that you choose a manufacturer and contact their Tech Support for help with choosing the best card for your system. This will save you a lot of frustration, time and money.
Here is a HP Knowledge Base article to tell you what to consider when upgrading the video card.
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02-05-2021 12:23 PM
the nvidia quadro k2200 will work in your system, this card does not require a AUX 6 pin power connector as it's power draw is under 60 watts
only limitation, is that you can only have ONE HD and no other add in pci-e cards this limitation will keep you within the 330 watt power supply limitations of the minitower model and the SFF model
02-05-2021 07:41 PM
My psu is 320 watt.
Processor- AMD A-10 5800K
RAM -8GB DDR 3
MY PC IS NOT SMALL FORM FACTOR PC
IT IS BUISNESS PC ( HP COMPAQ PRO 6305 BASE MODEL MICRO TOWER PC )
KINDLY PROVIDE IF I CAN INSTALL FULL SIZE GRAPHICS CARD LIKE ZOTAC 1050TI DUAL FAN OC EDITION OR NOT AND OTHER LIST OF UPGRADES AVAILABLE FROM DIFFERENT BRAND OF GRAPHICS CARD, PEOPLE SAYS THAT THIS CPU WILL NOT FIT DUAL FAN FULL SIZE GRAPHICS CARD BECOZ IT WILL HIT CPU COOLER AND WONT FIT , I HAVE NEVER TRIED ANY GRAPHICS CARD WITH THIS, SO I WANT TO KNAOW THE CORRECT ANSWER TO SAVE MY TIME AND MONEY
02-05-2021 11:06 PM
you already got your answer on the 1050 TI, go back and reread my post.......... length is not a issue POWER DRAW IS
the microtower version can take full height cards, and has a 330 watt PSU the SFF model is limited to half height cards and uses a 220 watt supply
the 1050TI is a 75 watt card and available in full/half height versions and over the HP recommended limit of 55 watts for a video card which assumes a dual HD and 4 mem slots and fastest (highest wattage) cpu and optical drive will/can be installed
by removing/not installing these devices, you free up power supply wattage and can therefor run a higher than HP spec video card
02-05-2021 11:43 PM - edited 02-06-2021 04:58 AM
The original specification for the HP Compac 6305 Pro - all of which use APU's with integrated graphics, also list options for discrete graphics:
- AMD Radeon HD 6350 (512MB) PCIe x16 (includes a DMS-59 to Dual VGA Y cable)
- AMD Radeon HD 7450 (1GB) PCIe x16 (includes a DVI to VGA adapter cable)
- NVIDIA NVS 300 (512MB) PCIe x16 (includes a DMS-59 to Dual VGA Y cable)
- NVIDIA NVS 310 (512MB) PCIe x16
- NVIDIA GeForce GT 630 PCIe x 16
On Passmark Performance Test baselines, the highest 3D marks for the HP Compac 6305 Pro SFF are:
> GTX 1050 Ti 3D= 5569
GT 730 1434
GT 630 854
Radeon HD8560D 847 (assuming this is IG)
The Quadro 600 is listed (3D = 628)
While the GTX 1050 Ti, is by far the fastest in 3D for this system, it is likely to be a smaller scale, possibly ITX scale. For example, most versions of the GT 630 appear to be quite short:
Although the subject system is a mini tower, restrictions on GPU size are common. I was able to try a good sized, two fan GTX 660 Ti in a Dell Precision 390 (PSU=375W), but one GPU fan was so close to the CPU shroud, that it would not be advisable to run it under heavy load. The current GPU is a Quadro K2200 4GB (3D= 3300) which is a single blower fan configuration and low power consumption.
It's possible to see in this view, that the length of a GPU has a distinct limitation:
Consider doing a search "best ITX graphics cards" or "fastest small form factor graphics cards" which will yield results such as:
Single fan cards might be the standard. The question is besides the size, as to whether the power supply will support it. Measure the space for the card in the case, check the spec on the card dimension, and check the power requirements. The spec for the 6305 lists a 320W PSU which actually is quite reasonable as modern GPU's use less power than earlier versions.
A GPU not listed in Passmark for the 6305 , which is a compact, low power consumption, good performer, and reasonably priced is the GTX 750 TI.
Keep in mind that SFF cases have limited air flow, also that the slot is PCIe 2.0, so some of the performance of a new 3.0 card will be reduced- wasted.
The Processors for the 6305 appear to be reasonably good and the integrated graphics = 3D= 800 or above will be better than many discrete GPU's- notice the Quadro 600 at 3D=628.
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[ Passmark Rating = 6280 / CPU rating = 17178 / 2D = 819 / 3D= 12629 / Mem = 3002 / Disk = 13751 / Single Thread Mark = 2368 [10.23.18]
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[Passmark System Rating: = 5644 / CPU = 15293 / 2D = 847 / 3D = 10953 / Mem = 2997 Disk = 4858 /Single Thread Mark = 2384 [6.27.19]
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