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YogiCasanovi61
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Thinking of putting a graphic card to my hp and want feedback if it's a good idea or the best for hp

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Thinking of putting a graphic card to my hp and want feedback if it's a good idea or the best for hp. HP Pavilion 590-p0117cb

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Hello
you can simply compare with the models of the same series
Take into account the model of the motherboard, and the power supply
your computer

 HP Pavilion 590-p0117cb Product Specifications

motherboard specifications, Lincs

310 W Gold efficiency power supply

example:

HP Pavilion 590-p0007c Desktop PC Product Specifications

 HP Pavilion 590-p0065se Desktop PC Product Specifications

list here!

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-pavilion-desktop-pc-590-p0000i/37730885/product-info

 



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@YogiCasanovi61,

I would ask why?  What is the most intense game you want to play?  Gaming requires a combination of CPU, RAM, GPU and PSU to function properly.  Just slapping a 2 of the 4 does not made it right.  HP proprietary designed PSU for the 590 series can range from 180W, 310W, 400W , and 500W.

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I thought getting an upgrade would be needed. No real reason 

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your computer works with an integrated graphics card
even installing a small graphics card, could make it better
If you do not really need it, that the computer is sufficient in this configuration for what you do with it, you can do without it!

 



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@YogiCasanovi61,

Just for the sake of simplicity.   A GTX 1050Ti card that does not have any requirement for an added 6 pin PCIe power plug will work.  Card length is important.  This card is less than 7", and no PCIe power plug.

https://www.newegg.com/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-1050-ti-gv-n105td5-4gd/p/N82E16814125916?Description=gtx...

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indeed @wb2001 
I had given an example with a simple gtx 1050, but given the cost of this type of card, around more or less $ 200, it may be a lot if the use of the computer does not require a graphics card
On the other hand, to see in the future if I remember correctly there is a classic hard drive
A ssd could be more interesting, and for a little less expensive price



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