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graphics card c in my personal computer HP Pavilion 590-p0599ng

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HP Pavilion 590-p0599ng
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please tell me Which graphics card can be installed in my personal computer HP Pavilion 590-p0599ng

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@httphttp , welcome to the forum.

 

It is very difficult to add a video card to your computer.  The new video cards require a minimum of 300W to 400W to operate properly.  Your computer only has a 180W internal power supply unit (PSU).  This is where the problem begins.  The standard ATX PSU's have a 24-pin connector and your motherboard only has a 4-pin ATX connector.  It requires an adapter to connect the PSU to the motherboard.  I don't have any idea where you would find this adapter in your country.  You can check with a local computer shop to see if they can help you.

 

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