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Hp 280 g1 graphics card upgrade

Hp 280 g1 m core i5 4590
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)
My old desktop (DC7800) had an AMD HD 6570 running fine.
I am deciding to upgrade to HP 280 G1M Core i5-4590 4GB RAM 500GB HDD

So,
1. Will my current AMD HD 6570 work in the G1 (because the G1 it has only 180 watt of power supply)?

2. Can I put in the G1 a GTX 1050 ti from EVGA (probably not) then which Power supply can I upgrade to (which would also fit in the G1)?


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Hi,

 

Based on the power supply wattage size in your PC and the graphics cards that HP offered for your PC, a 35 watt graphics card appears to be the limit for your PC.

 

The AMD 6570 is a 60 watt card and the NVIDIA GTX 1050 is a 75 watt card.

 

 

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NVIDIA GeForce 705 1GB DDR3 FH GFX 30W (optional)

AMD Radeon HD 8350 1GB FH PCIe GFX (Optional and Selected Countries Only)

AMD Radeon HD 8470 2GB FH PCIe GFX (Optional and Selected Countries Only)

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