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Can I upgrade my Graphics card to a 960 GTX or newer or Nvidia

HP ENVY 750-207C
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I was hoping someone could help me with what graphics card I should/am able to put into my HP Envy 750-207C desktop PC.


It currently has an Nvidia 745 GTX, but I need to get a new one for World of Warcraft Shadowlands. Either a 960 GTX or newer. 


But I don't understand all the tech speak, Can someone who is knowledgeable about these things just tell me what kind of graphics card will fit and be an upgrade and it can't be the Nvidia Titan because that is WAY out of my price range.

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Can I upgrade my Graphics card to a 960 GTX or newer or Nvidia

@Queldorei45 , welcome to the forum.


The GTX 960 will work in your computer.  However, it will require a power supply unit (PSU) upgrade, also.  It requires a minimum of 400W and 1x6-pin power connector.  I always recommend a least 100W to 150W more than the video card requires.  This will give you more power for peak needs and assure that the system runs smoothly while gaming.  You should measure the space where the card will be installed from the Back I/O ports to the front of the case to assure that it will fit before buying any card.


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