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Pgoujon
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Which GPU can I add to my HP envy desktop te01-1287cb

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I have Hp envy desktop te01-1287cb 10700 16gb optane 16g RAM. And I was wondering which GPU card will fit in my desktop I recently upgraded the power supply to a 500W L05757-800 hp  Proprietary.  Please let me know I'm looking for a GPU under $500 Thanks guys 

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@Pgoujon , welcome back to the Community.

 

This is not a good time to be buying computer components; especially video cards.  They are priced at whatever a retailer can get for them.  Your budget of $500 makes it difficult to buy any high-end cards.  Here is a HP Knowledge Base article that will explain what to consider when upgrading your video card.  Once you have read the article you will have a much better idea of which cards will work and how to make certain they will fit into the space with space for good airflow.

 

The Product Specifications for your computer don't list the PCIe version, 2.0,3.0.  I believe that it will most likely be 3.0.  However, if not, the video cards are backward compatible.  You can find this information by looking at the motherboard below the PCIe slot.  It should state the version.

 

Here is a page of video cards on Newegg.com: https://www.newegg.com/p/pl?LeftPriceRange=400+500&N=100007709

 

You can look at the section titled "Specs" to find all of the pertinent information.  Most of them should fit.  Use the information in the article to make certain.

 

Let me know if you have further questions.

 

Please click the Thumbs up + button if I have helped you and click Accept as Solution if your problem is solved.

 

 




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