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I need to upgrade to a graphic card. What can I use? now!

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HP Prodesk 400 G5 MT desktop
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HP Prodesk 400 G5 MT desktop

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what is need, needs dictate use. (and hardware) vast usages , not just gaming, !video rendering, CAD,CAM,CAE, and morel.

dreams of gaming?, even AAA $60 games even 4k  ,  (steam Metro LL?)

GPU RANGE FROM $10 TO $5000 .

You pay for speed, 3D and textures and resolution up to 4k.

I have no idea what PSU you have, watts. (spec shows 180) but.... I always look first.

nor if there is room on the x16 slot. Length.?  1,2,3 fan GPU sizes ,12,maker of GPU cards and vast models.

nor the purse,? cash in hand ?  $$$$$

one first step here is the great GTX1650 (non sport) a 75watt card that needs no PSU to GPU aux power cables.

the problem is the lame 180W PSU there, will it allow,  this.??  (I say nipp&tuck )<< Marginal

non standard PSU not ATX. so.... only HP upgrades work there, if at all.  < out side my pay grade this,,,, HP does not spec PSU.

 

NO warranty answers by me.
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