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scarlxxrd21
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Is Gtx 1050 2gb compatible with My PC

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HP 280 G1 MT business PC
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I'm planning on buying a GTX 1050 2gb graphics card And Upgrading PSU , but I do not know if The GPU is compatible with my PC which has a motherboard HP-2B34. Help? Thank you.

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According to the product number, this is your model..  HP 280 G1 Microtower PC.

It will have a UEFI bios since it originally came with Windows 8.1 so you would be fine adding that card.

You just need to measure the space inside to make sure what you buy will fit.

The PSU will have to be upgraded to 300w, but it should be a standard ATX PSU.

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@scarlxxrd21 

 

It would be more helpful if you give us the full model or product number of the HP computer its going in.

 

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The product Number is K3S62EA

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@scarlxxrd21

 

According to the product number, this is your model..  HP 280 G1 Microtower PC.

It will have a UEFI bios since it originally came with Windows 8.1 so you would be fine adding that card.

You just need to measure the space inside to make sure what you buy will fit.

The PSU will have to be upgraded to 300w, but it should be a standard ATX PSU.

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