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joyrd
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Will a gtx 1650 super work with an HP 3500 Pro MT?

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I am planning to upgrade the integrated graphics on the hp 3500 pro mt with a gtx 1650 super, so i scoured the web to check whether it would work with my pc.
I saw some threads about gtx 700+ series cards not working with a Cupertino2 2ABF H61 mobo, because its bios is below version 8, which apparently supports uefi based cards. My hp has a Cupertino3 2ABF mobo with a version 8.14 bios, so it should work without any problems right? Or am i stuck with the integrated graphics on this mobo?

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@joyrd,

A simple test of UEFI can be found here.  The GTX 1650 Super is a 100W card, requiring a 6 pin PCIe power plug. You would need a new PSU about 450W to get that plug.

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