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I want to know which hraphics card i can use in my HP ENVY Phoenix 810-160

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i have never done anything like this so some instructions  would be nice and maybe some links?

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@Dishiestword7, welcome to the forum.

 

It would help me to know how you plan to use the video card, such as, gaming.  Also, how much do you want to spend and does your power supply unit (PSU) have cables for supplemental power connectors on the video card?




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Yes, I do plan on gaming with it and my price would be $500 below I don't need anything fancy just something that could run about everything on normal setting. As for the power supply cable, i wouldn't know what to look for

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Thank you for the additional information, @Dishiestword7.

 

Here are the two power connectors that you would need if the video card required them:

 

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                6-pin                                                 6+2 (either 6 or 8-pin)

 

You may have one or the other or both of these.  I believe, however, it will be one or the other.

 

Take a look inside of the case to see if you can see these connectors.  Since your PSU has 600W it is likely to have one of them.,




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