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I want to know which graphics card could be added in my pc

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HP 280 G1 MT
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I want to know which graphics card is compatible with my pc as the PSU is very low,

And if I need to upgrade the psu which PSU would fit(physically) in my pc cabinet.


I was thinking of adding GT 1030 as it only takes 30-35w power.


Add, please also let me know whether GTX 1050TI is compatible or not.


And if PSU is needed for GT1030 also then please provide a link.


here is my PC spec,

CPU - i5 4590s

PSU - 180W

HDD - 1x500GB, 1x1TB

OS - Windows 10 64bit

RAM - 2x4GB DDR3 

MONITOR - 1x18.6 inches HP

Keyboard - standard hp keyboard

Mouse - MFTEK Gaming Mouse

Wi-Fi Adapter - Alfa 






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Your machine only has 180W, it uses 30-35W but you also need to run other components. Actual requirement may be 300W as shown



And looks like it does not have suitable slot on motherboard for a video card therefore you can't.




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My Motherboard has PCIe x16 & PCI slot,  so I can add a graphic card.


And please share the link of a PSU which could be fit (physically) in my PC cabinet.


Thanks for the reply.

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Looks like the MB is using standard 24pin ATX power, so any PSU that can fit can be used, from there you can upgrade to any GPU that fits your budget and case. 

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