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graphics card upgrade

Product Name: hpe-150f
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

need to upgrade video card but not sure what my system will handle.  Currently have GT 230 card.  System is as follows:

 

system md# AY603AA-ABA HPE-150f

MS-7613 motherboard Intel H57 Express chipset

Thermaltake TR2 RX-850 power supply

Core i7 860 processor

8G DDR3

Bios AMI 5.07

 

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Re: graphics card upgrade

Hi,

 

Your PC will require a legacy graphics card.  The NVIDIA GTX 660 would be your best choice.  You might be able to get the NVIDIA GTX 670 or 680 to work but there have at times been issues with these two graphics cards.

 

Review this posted article.

 

 

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Re: graphics card upgrade

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Hi,

 

Your PC will require a legacy graphics card.  The NVIDIA GTX 660 would be your best choice.  You might be able to get the NVIDIA GTX 670 or 680 to work but there have at times been issues with these two graphics cards.

 

Review this posted article.

 

 

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Re: graphics card upgrade

Thanks for the extremely fast response!!

 

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