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HPE H8-1010 and GTX 1050Ti

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HPE H8-1010
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I am trying to resurrect my old HPE H8-1010 for my cousin to use for his school work. Im upgrading the CPU to a i7-2600s and i would also like to upgrade the graphics card. It has a AMD Radeon HD 6450 at the moment. I was wondering if it would be possible to put a 75w 1050 Ti in it? If not would a 75w 950 or 750TI work? Im assuming worst case scenario I can use a GT card of some kind? What would the newest I can run be? 1030, 700 or 600 series?

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Since your PC has a legacy BIOS with the latest revision being 7.16, you would only be able to upgrade to one of the nVidia GT(X) 600 series cards.

 

 

 

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