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hp compaq 6005 pro small form factor what graphics card should i buy for it?

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hp compaq 6005 pro small form
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 B22 Processor 2.80 GHz (2 CPUs)
ATI Radeon HD 4200.
Installed memory (RAM) 4 GB
System type 64 bit
power supply 240 w

so i wanna ask u if a gtx 750 ti low profile can fit and work on it or if u know some graphics card who can fit and work decently.

and if i can change the power supply .

THANK YOU.

PEACE!

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@Adrianxp,

It's going to be a learning curve for you. Please answer all questions. 

1) What level of Boot Environment, ie BIOS or UEFI. See here to test.

2) What card manufacturer?   MSI and Shappire offers a GTX 750Ti that is dual mode.

3) Do you know that the PSU in that unit is not an ATX design?   There is no larger without UK adapter.

4) Do you know the motherboard plugs are not ATX (20-24 and 4) but a 6 and 4?

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