11-18-2019 02:33 PM
Need know the best PCI exp card to use to update my graphics on my HP ProDesk 600G2 MT. A video editing program I use will no longer load. It states that I need to update the driver for my graphics. This desktop PC has the graphics integrated on the motherboard (INTEL (R) HD Graphics 530). There is no updated driver for the onboard graphics so I will need to add a Graphics board. Looking for recommendations, not a gamer, but heavy video editing.
11-18-2019 02:40 PM
If all you need is a graphics driver update for the Intel HD graphics, see my knowledgebase article at the link below for how to manually update the graphics driver directly from Intel.
11-20-2019 04:51 PM
Intel does not have an updated driver for the Intel (R) HD Graphics 530 which is integrated on the motherboard, and HP says all my drivers are up to date when I use the HP Support Assistant. I will need to new power supply 350w or better and a new video card for the PCIe slot. I found a company the sells a cable adapter for the PSU so I can use an AXT PSU with the HP motherboard. I just need to decide what video card to get. This will be the last OEM desktop computer I will buy. Next time I will build a custom PC so I can keep it up to date and change components as needed.
11-20-2019 05:02 PM - edited 11-20-2019 05:25 PM
I don't understand what you mean regarding Intel doesn't have an updated driver for the HD 530.
Version: 188.8.131.5263 (Latest) Date: 11/14/2019
Intel® HD Graphics 500
Intel® HD Graphics 505
Intel® HD Graphics 510
Intel® HD Graphics 515
Intel® HD Graphics 520
Intel® HD Graphics 530
Intel® HD Graphics 610
Intel® HD Graphics 615
Intel® HD Graphics 620
Intel® HD Graphics 630
Like I wrote the other day, if you use the method I described to update the driver you will get the above version which should allow you to use your video editing program.
My little HP Stream Pro G4 notebook with the Intel 500 graphics is happily running the latest version using the guidance I took the time to publish to help others.
As far as a graphics card, all I can tell you is I have two of these in older PC's than yours, and they work fine, one PC (Dell OptiPlex 7020), having a 290W power supply. The other one is in ny HP 8200 Elite CMT with a 320W P/S.
It would be better than the onboard Intel graphics your PC has now.