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Blizster
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HP 339A compatible with Gtx 550ti?

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HP 339A
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I am just asking whether the motherboard is compatible with the graphics card gtx 550ti.

 

Im using

i3- 2120 

12gb Ram

 

I dont have money to upgrade the computer but just wanted to play some game with it.

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@Blizster 

1) What is the exact model number of this HP ?   A motherboard reference is useless.

2) Name one game.

3) Do you already have the card, or not ? 

4) The GTX 550Ti is a 116W card, and requires a 6 pin PCIe power plug. 350W PSU or greater.

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Sorry about that, Im kinda a beginner to this kinds of things

1. Im using a HP compaq Pro 6300 SFF.

2. The game that I would like to play is valorant.

3.I do not have the card yet and still planning to buy one, but could either be from gtx 550ti to 750ti cards. 

 

I dont really know what are the recommended gpu for this set up and there is this thing called normal sized gpu and low profile cards and I dont know which one to pick.

 

 

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