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Pete_IOW
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Upgrade from a GTX770 GPU on HP Envy Phoenix 810-150ea (circa 2014)

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HP Envy Phoenix 810-150ea
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HP Envy Phoenix 810-150ea (circa 2014)

Windows 10 64 bit Home

NVidia GForce GTX770

32GB RAM

i7-4770 3.4GHz

500GB SSD

2TB HDD

Bios AMI 80.17

 

Looking to upgrade the Graphics Card on this system, I am not a gamer, or a PC Wizard, but I do some hobbyist video editing using cyberlink power director 18.  What's my best option for a straight swap to a better GPU., and is it worth spending further money on my 6 year old system?

 

Any help gratefully received.  Simple terms please, not a PC expert.  Many thanks in advance

 

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@Pete_IOW,

Your information is refreshing.  So here is the research, and my suggestion.

The Cyberlink Power Director 18 recommended you needed a HD5450. Your GTX 770 is 4000% greater. But the 2GB of Video RAM is, IMHO, lacking.   The GTX 770 is a 230W card.    I would suggest a GPU card with a min of 4GB, but I would prefer you had 6 GB.  Now, it all comes to price !  What can you afford.  I will keep all suggestions within your PSU range.

GTX 1660 (55% better than the GTX 770)  

RTX 2060  (120% better than GTX 770)

 

 

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