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Graphics card compatibility for z400 workstation

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I recently bought a hp z400 workstation and was planning to upgrade it with Radeon Rx 460, until I found out that Rx 460 had compatibility issue with some old hardwares. Is my Z400 workstation compatible with this graphics card? It has sox ddr3 ram slot, so I know this workstation is the newer version of z400.
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@TrashGameDev, welcome to the forum.

 

You should check the BIOS to see if it is UEFI.  HP began using UEFI in mid-October, 2012.  This is reason that you have read that the card had problems with older hardware.  The BIOS can't be upgraded to UEFI.

 

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