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TyroneMorgan
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Will 750 Ti bottleneck on HP Pavilion p7-1534

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Hello community! I was wondering if a 750 Ti will bottleneck on my pc!

 

(PC SPECS)

(750 TI)

 

Thank you for your time!

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old_geekster
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@TyroneMorgan, welcome to the forum.

 

I understand that you want to know if the GTX 750 Ti will slow down your computer.  The 750 Ti is a very good video card.  It was one of the best not too long ago.  It should work great for you at a reasonable price.  I normally don't buy the latest, greatest, because they are over-priced.

 

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What about a GTX 1030?

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old_geekster
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A 1030 would work in your computer.  Just make certain that you measure the space where the card will be installed from the Back I/O ports to the front of the case to assure that it will fit.  Also, check the manufacturer's website for the amount of wattage required to run it properly.  The PSU in your computer is 300W.






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TheN00bBuilder
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The Old Geekster is right, but I think you want to know if your CPU will choke the GPU in games? If that is so, then no, your CPU will not bottleneck either the 750Ti or the 1030. I'd suggest the 750Ti though, the 1030 is more of a business-type card, while the 750Ti is made more for games.

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@TyroneMorgan

 

I suggest that you run some game simulators (found on the net) to determine what type of hardware upgrades are required to meet your personal performance requirements.  You should be able to substitute different GPUs and CPUs and then review the results.  Simulators take out a lot of the guess work.

 

Try the simulator against the below graphics cards:

 

NVIDIA 1030

NVIDIA GTX 750 (out of production)

NVIDIA GTX 1050 and 1050TI  ---> many of these graphics cards will work with the 300 watt power supply in your PC.

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TheN00bBuilder
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This too. If you could go with the 1050Ti (as in its not too much money,) I'd go for it!

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