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hp compaq 6200 pro microtower
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

need suggestions to upgrade graphics card for hp compaq 6200 pro microtower running i7-2600, 2x8gb ddr3  with 2 x 27" lcd monitors, 2 x 1tb ssds, and 320 watt active pfc power supply.  I've been using the integrated intel hd-2000 that's used in the i7 and want to see if i can upgrade without upping the power supply.   i saw someone else on the board was recommended gtx 750-Ti but i'm worried that might push the psu limit. 

Any suggestions would be helpful. 

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Hi:

 

I have two HP 8200 Elite CMT's with the i7-2600 processor, which are pretty much the same PC's as yours, except they have the Q67 chipset.

 

I am running 32 GB of memory in each, 240 GB SSD's, W10 Pro, and in one I have the Nvidia GT 1030, and in the other one, the Nvidia GT 730.

 

They both work fine.

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Hi:

 

I have two HP 8200 Elite CMT's with the i7-2600 processor, which are pretty much the same PC's as yours, except they have the Q67 chipset.

 

I am running 32 GB of memory in each, 240 GB SSD's, W10 Pro, and in one I have the Nvidia GT 1030, and in the other one, the Nvidia GT 730.

 

They both work fine.

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