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Replacing Graphics Card

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Nvidia GTX 745
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I have an older (5 years) HP Model 750-150xt equipped with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 745 video card HP Envy 24 monitor. Recently my screen and the programs that are running have been intermittently flickering with horizontal lines running across the screen.  I opened the case and reseated the video card, checked the HDMI cable running from the card to the monitor to make sure it was not loose and made sure that the graphics driver is up to date. I still get the flickering which lasts about 10-15 seconds then stops for a minute or two (sometimes as long as an hour.)  


Based on my research it appears that my graphics card may be ready to give up the ghost . If that's the case what would yo recommend that I replace it with? I don't do gaming, I do some light graphics work with Photoshop Elements, etc. 

I would prefer to not spend a lot on a graphics card as I will probably buy a new system in mid-2020. Thanks for your help. 


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@RickfromSRQ Welcome to HP Community!


I understand that you would like to replace the graphics card.


Your product supports the following graphics cards.


  • NVIDIA GTX 745 (DDR3) (4 GB)

  • AMD Radeon R9 370 (GDDR5) (2 GB)

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960 (GDDR5) (2 GB)

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980Ti (GDDR5) (6 GB)

You could purchase the part from HP, use the HP Parts surfer to identify the part: 


And order it via the HP Parts store: 


Or alternatively, Contact HP for setting up an order/service via phone support   


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