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PC desktop HP Pavilion 500-211el
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Hello.
I would like information, I should change the video card because it gives me problems.
Do I have an HP Pavilion 500-211el desktop PC with a GeForce GT 640 (DDR3) video card compatible with DDR5?
GT730 DDR5 128bit 4GB Express Game Video Graphics Card For NVIDIA GeForce TD All right??
Which video card is compatible?
Is the DDR5 compatible?

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@Vit9, welcome to the forum.

 

Here is a small, but powerful, video card that will work nicely in your computer.  Look at the "Specifications" Tab in the link.  You will have to upgrade the power supply unit (PSU) for any of the newer cards.  The one in the link that I provided requires a minimum of 400W to operate properly.  I recommend at least 500W to give you additional power during peak needs.

 

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