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Auntimeggie
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upgrade my graphics card

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I need to put a better graphics card in my HP Pavillion p6570t. Does anyone know anything about that?

 

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@Auntimeggie 

Just what are you trying to accomplish ? A certain game ? If so, please mention it.

The unit is circa 2010, and had WIN 7 originally, so that created a roadblock in the graphic card selection. The BIOS mode is called BIOS (aka Legacy), and will  not support modern graphic cards. The last known card I would suggest is a GTX 660. (Finding a GTX 660 can be done). That requires a 500W power supply, like the Corsair cx550.  Another issue is what is actually in the unit, as that model had variations in CPU chip,  and RAM.

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