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hp compaq dc7700 sff
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

hi there 

pc spects:

processor- core 2duo

ram : 512mb (unknown speed) + 2gb (667 mhz)+2gb(800 mhz)

graphic driver/device- unknown

sir/ mam

     i have been using this pc since 2005 and performing very low end gaming. but now i want to switch to mobile app gaming on pc through emulators . but i"m facing very much problems while installing and running it. so

1. suggest me some way to improve it

2. also please suggest me some graphic cards for it. 


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@Priyansh728 , welcome to the forum.


Here is the Illustrated Parts and Service Map for the computer:


Read through it to see the list of components that were available when the computer was new.  I am sorry to say, but there simply isn't a lot that you can do to make your computer better for gaming.  Most new components will not be compatible with the motherboard.  You have the maximum amount of memory; the specifications actually show maximum of 4 GB.  The power supply unit is 320W.  By this time, I am certain that it will not even develop that much wattage.  It is proprietary which means that it almost impossible to upgrade.  Newer video cards require a minimum of 300W to 400W.  I am certain this is not what you wanted to hear, but I don't want you to spend your money and discover that it really hasn't helped.


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

I am not an HP Employee!!

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