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AstralNova
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Graphics card upgrade

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HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop 690-0020na
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi! I was curious about a possible GPU upgrade,

I currently have GTX 1050 (as you can tell by the model) and a 310w PSU

i was curious as to if i could upgrade to a GTX 1050ti? Or possibly any other Graphics cards I could upgrade to? Any and all help is appreciated please and thank you!

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hi


your power supply will most certainly not be suitable for a more powerful graphics card, check the manufacturer's requirements for the model chosen

HP Pavilion 690-0020na Gaming Desktop PC Product Specifications

motherboard specifications, Lincs

check this

Power Supply Cross Reference for specific models

400w l04618-800 pci 6+2

500w l05757-800 pci 6+2

 

 

 


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