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Graphics Card Support On My Motherboard

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HP Slimline 270-p024 - tower
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I have a hp slimline and ive wanted to upgrade it but never had the amount of money to migrate to a new one and i want to get a graphics card but i do not know what my motherboard supports its a HP 82F2 and i do not know my computer serial number but its a Core I7 7700T Intel(R) HD Graphics 630 4gb 1200Mhz Ram and 8gb 12Mhz Ram with a 1tb hardrive. update me as soon as you can on this

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Grzwacz
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Hi,

 

HP Slimline PCs have limited graphics card and power supply upgrade options due to the limitations of the chassis.

 

Why do you want to upgrade? This PC will probably not render AAA games if this is your objective.

 

Regards

 

 

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