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Honor Student
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Can my pc support a gtx 750

Product Name: compaq cq3559in
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 (32-bit)
My specs are
Cpu - i3 550
Psu-500w
Mobo-HP MS-7613 (Iona-GL8E)
You can look at my pc here :
http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-c02674987

My question is can it support a gtx 750


And yes i had upgraded my psu from a 250w tp 500w for the same
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Re: Can my pc support a gtx 750

Hello Raghav_iyer

 

Sorry to tell you your motherboard will not support an Nvidia GTX 750 graphics card.

 

Your PC was designed and released for sale in 2010.

 

You have a Legacy BIOS and you have a PCIe X16 1.0 slot for discrete graphics card.

 

The 700 series Nvidia cards require UEFI BIOS and a PCIe X16 2.0 or PCIe X16 3.0 slot on the motherboard.

 

You can upgrade to an Nvidia 600 series graphics card.

 

Grzy

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Re: Can my pc support a gtx 750

So a gtx 680 would be a the card for my pc right?
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Re: Can my pc support a gtx 750

Hello Raghav_iyer

 

Yes, if it fits in your tower and you have the correct power supply.

 

Grzy

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