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Does anyone know if the HP Pavilion Slimline s5325uk Desktop PC can be fitted with a 2gb graphics card?  Recently bought a game which needs this as a minimum. Thanks in advance.

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Hi,

 

Your PC is not really suitable for modern games.  However, if you wish to find a graphics card that meets your requirements then look for the following:

 

Low profile, single width, non-UEFI graphics card that is rated by the manufacturer to work with a 220 watt power supply. Measure the length of your existing graphics card so you will know the length size limitation.

 

Perhaps you can find this Nvidia graphics card on eBAY or somewhere else.

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Ah, thought not. It is a bit outdated now! Thanks for your suggestion - I'll give it a try 👍😊
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Hi,

 

See my last post as I just updated it. It's not a real gaming card. The NVIDIA 545 OEM model with 2 GB might also work. You might need to replace the mounting bracket with a low profile model.

 

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