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Hi can anyone advise me what graphic cards would be a vast improvement on the current AMD radeon r5 330 currently installed. I have no idea of what will fit the case, motherboard and power supply.

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@Beeley08, welcome to the forum.

 

Since your computer uses an internal 180W power supply unit (PSU), it will not support a more powerful video card.  HP has their cards made to work with the other componets.  I suggest checking to see if there is enough space inside of the case for a standard ATX PSU of at least 500W.  This would be the minimum that I would recommend.  If there is room, I like Corsair PSU's. 

 

If you upgrade the PSU, here is a video card that will fit into your case nicely.  Read the Customer Reviews to see what users have to say about it.

 

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