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HP Elite 7500 series MT , Compatible with GTX 750 TI ?

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I currently have a HP Elite 7500 series MT. 
My Bios is AMI 8.17

I have researched long enough and saw that GTX 750 TI card can fit in the mother board (z75) but there have been many threads open about how people with the same PC like mine or similar got the GTX 750 TI and it froze before BIOS, question is, Why does that happen and will it happen to me?

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Hi,

 

Please post the HP product number for your PC. How to Find the HP Model Number and the HP Product Number or let HP automatically find your PC model number and HP network attached printers. This will allow others to review your issue, make suggestions and review your responses. This is usually the best way to get assistance.

 

What is the make and model of teh NVIDIA GTX 750?

 

What modifications have you made to your PC other than trying to install the video card?

 

What have you tried so far to get the NVIDIA GTX 750 working?

HP ENVY 6055, HP Deskjet 1112
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Hello Big Dave, 

I've been trying to contact you, while re searching for this error you're the one who always respond to posts saying that the GTX 750 TI requires UEFI and that the machine is not Compatible, however I haven't seen anyone make a post about the HP ELITE series 7500 MT and I've contacted Nvidia support three times and in all three times they said that BIOS shouldn't be a problem even though people were complaining about it.

 

Anyway,

My Product number is: QB165EA
The card I'm looking to buy is : ZOTAC GTX 750 TI - I don't know which one, there are 3 product numbers and I have no idea which one the store sells
I haven't done any modifications to my PC.
I have recently updated my AMI 7.14 BIOS to the latest update AMI 8.17

 

EDIT: I have a Windows Professional 64 bit

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Hi,

 

The reality is that there is no guarantee that any particular graphics card will work in any particular PC even if the graphics card works in other PCs or even the same or similar model PCs. Know what the return policy is before you buy.

 

If I had your PC I would feel confident with trying one of the below MSI 750 graphics cards.

 

MSI NVIDIA GTX N750 TI and the MSI GTX N750 TF  Note the exact model numbers.

 

 

This thread has some similar desires.

 

 

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Thanks Dave,

 

Do you have an idea why you told other people with pcs like pavilon and such that have the same mainboard as my pc that they can't boot the GPU with their BIOS? I believe time has changed and I couldn't find a problem with my exact PC related to this GPU. There are some factors like the new BIOS update (8.17), I saw in a post you told a guy he had to have a version 8.xx BIOS to run the GPU while you told others that they needed UEFI. Also, as I said the technical support at Nvidia said that the card should work but I still should ask HP and Zotac.

I'm just curios why you have people different replies because I don't know much about computers.

 

I can't get the MSI 750 because the only card I can get in my budget and that is sold in nearby stores is the Zotac GTX 750 TI.

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Hi,

 

Free shipping at Amazon for the NVIDIA GTX 750 TI.  $133

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I can't use Amazon since I don't live in the states or in a place where I can ship products without the price significantly increasing but can you answer any of my other questions? Also, did you just recommend me the card meaning that I should buy it?

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Hi,

 

You can try the Zotac card.  Know what the return policy is before you buy.

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Hi,

 

I know im late to respond, but did you check you PSU? from what i heard the original 300W cant handle the 750 Ti, i had the same problem as you i bought a 750 Ti i got the same problem as you so i replaced my PSU from 300W into a spare one i had lying around which was 500W and then the problem got fixed and the computer turned on normally but in the end i removed the PSU because i was building a mid range gaming pc for my bro and put back the 300W PSU and computer wouldnt turn on so i removed the 750 Ti and settled down with a GTX 460 SE it was much better than my original GT 730

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