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Hi there people

 

i brought this PC as a quick buy to start gaming but now i am suffering for my mistake and i need to exchange my old 705 gt (Which came with it) for a higher model that will fit in my case

 

i already tried a GTX 970 by nvidia but it will not fit plus im annoyed at the fact curry's/pcworld ripped me off by saying it will fit when it wouldn't, luckly i got my money back

 

so in essence i'm asking does anyone know any nvidia graphics card that will fit within my case of my 500-319na, along with a suitable PSU to go with it

 

many thanks 

 

Harry 🙂

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Hi Harry,

 

Take a look at the AMD Radeon R9 Nano.$$$$  Although small in size, it will pretty much toast any modern game.

 

As for a power supply, The Corsair CS650m (modular) would be an excellent choice.

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks for posting on the forum.

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is there anything by nvidia that would also possibly fit? that AMD does look amazing 😄 however i do need a few more options just for back up 🙂

 

just so i can get a few ideas before i make my final decision 🙂

 

i will admit though that the radeon R9 nano is probably going to be my first choice, smaller than a GTX970 nano and has equal processing capabilities, downside is it's more expensive but WELL worth the price 😄

 

thanks again 

 

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If you do a google search on "itx graphics cards" you will find lots of choices.  Pick one that fits your performance requirements and your pocketbook.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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thanks for the help dave 😄 i've figured out what i need for my PC thanks for all the help 🙂

 

in the end i've chosen to go for this card http://www.newegg.com/global/uk/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125706&cm_re=nvidia_970-_-14-125-...

 

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