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Kyo1
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Replacing/new graphics card

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HP ENVY 700-327c Desktop PC
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)
So i need a better graphics card for my windows 7 (64bit) pc. I want to be able to run good games such as battlefield on low settings at a playable framrate.
My pc: http://support.hp.com/us-en/product/HP-ENVY-700-Desktop-PC-series/6886619/model/6988376/drivers
I dont want a card that would overheat the pc or demand over 300watts of power. Budget: $150
Thanks for anyone who helps!
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Hello

 

You have UEFI BIOS. So that is good.

 

The 300 watt power supply will not allow you to install a graphics card required to run more intensive games.

  

Here are the minimum and recommended specs for Battlefield 1 .

 

i7 4790, your processor will work okay.

 

16 GB system memory, you are okay here.

 

Nvidia GTX 1060 3 GB. The 1060 requires 400 watt power supply. The GTX 660 and AMD card under minimum reqiure more power.

 

A $150.00 budget will not be enough.

 

Grzy

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