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Hp compaq dc5850 what graphics card can i install

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Compaq dc5850 Series All form
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I want to be able to play something like dota reborn. What Processor and graphics card's will work with my computer and what power supply would I need to buy, Does not have to be new.

 

 

 

 

Amd 780v

Ati radeon 3100 graphics

 

 

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@unit2ki,

The DC5850 was produced in 2008. It comes in many styles, so you need to state the exact model, Small Form Factor, MicroTower, etc.   Furthermore, you need to specify the existing motherboard and processor. There are variations.   It is not capable of handling the newer UEFI GPU cards, as the BIOS is Legacy.  Lastly, the motherboard is not WIN 10 compliant. HP never issued drivers for those units for WIN 10.  The last drivers were WIN 7.

 

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