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HP Pavilion 550-204nl Desktop
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

 Hi Everone, I have a HP Pavilion 550-204nl Desktop that i would like to upgrade the nvidia geforce 730a 4gb ti video card to a another video card invidia or radeon.
what card this is possible? The computer has Processor serie A Quad Core AMD , 8 GB RAM ,
OS is Win 10 [64-bit] , Motherboard is a Orchid3 .  Alimentatore interno uATX Energy Star 6.0 da 180w

any Helpful advice will be greatly ..APPRECIATED!!!!

sorry for my english!

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First, I would cut a cardboard template of 4.3" high, and 9.5" long.  Try that next to your graphic card slot. What length did you find worked?  Of course, a new PSU will be needed to power the replacement card.

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thanks for the support, the Sapphire Radeon R9 380 ITX Compact GDDR5 okay? which power supply should I buy?

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