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HP Pavilion HPE h8-1112be Desktop PC series
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

replacing an installed graphic card (nvidia geforce GT530 2gb) by a more performing, results in bootup blockage;ie

"no signal" shown on monitor; checking the specs of the card manufacturor, the replacing card has a bios lecagy version

(i tried to install a Asus radeon rx550 4gddr5 - upon checking this one needs an uefi bios); then i repeated the replacement with an asus r7240-OC-4gbddr3-L type video card and according to the specs it complies with the legacy bios type; the result allways stays the same - the pc doesnot boot up anymore and no signal is given to the displayscreen.

 

My question is : what is the reason and which video card can i use as a better replacement for the GT530 on this desktop type.

 

Info of my desktop : [personal information removed], motherboard = IPISB-CH2, bios sw 7.12 version, os=win7, chipset intel H67, 10Gb DDR3 ram installed

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Hi.

 

You need a 450 Watt PSU, then -650 will go well.

Bios is not compatible with anything else, nor does the chipset support it.

 

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Appreciated your answer -  my desktop has a 460w pow supp; what do you mean by "then -650 go well.

 

Reading the last sentence, can i be sure that non of the other graphic cards are suitable for my desktop configuration or will the nvidia 650 type will be working.

 

many thanks

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Appreciated your answer -  my desktop has a 460w pow supp; what do you mean by "then -650 go well.

 

Reading the last sentence, can i be sure that non of the other graphic cards are suitable for my desktop configuration or will the nvidia 650 type will be working.

 

many thanks

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