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Des anyone know of any video cards that I can buy for this computer?

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Normally I would ask why ?  That is a low end CPU (at 2.6 GHz), barely equal to an I5-8250U chip, which runs at 1.6 Ghz..  The HP proprietary designed PSU is the determining factor. This spreadsheet lists the different PSU models. The HP M01 series data is scarce. Most purchases are on the entry level (180W), so only entry level GPU cards were listed.

In essence, the limiting factors:

1) 500W L05757-800 PSU

2) GPU card of about 250W that will fit into the case.

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