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So I have had my hp pavilion p7-1534 for a while.  I've been looking in to upgrading it because I don't have enough to buy a new pc. I am in need because it could be very slow at times and now for the upcoming school year I will be making videos and such and I need a good machine for rendering while also being able to do games at higher fps' because why not? I have about 400 dollars and could save up some more. Leave suggestions please thanks. 

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Hi,

 

Rendering video is not too big of an issue depending on how the rendering is done.  However, higher fps needs to be quantified. If you want over 100 fps then I would suggest the new NVIDIA 1080 or the older NVIDIA 980TI.   A replacement power supply in the range of 600-650 watts depending on your graphics card choice would be in order.

 

Be sure to measure inside to determine what size graphics card will fit.

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