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Presario SR1110NX new video card compatible?

Hi, this is a rather older model 2002, but I was wondering if a NVIDIA geforce GTS 250 video card would work with it?

 

And if not, any information on other compatible video cards would be much apreciated Smiley Tongue

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Re: Presario SR1110NX new video card compatible?

Product Specifications for your PC. 

 

Your computer does not have a PCI Express slot, the best you could do would be to get a NVIDIA GeForce 9400/9500 GT PCI Video Card.  You can browse compatible cards for you system here.  Most likely, you would also need to upgrade the Power Supply (PSU) in order to install a better video card.

 

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Regents Professor
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Re: Presario SR1110NX new video card compatible?

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Product Specifications for your PC. 

 

Your computer does not have a PCI Express slot, the best you could do would be to get a NVIDIA GeForce 9400/9500 GT PCI Video Card.  You can browse compatible cards for you system here.  Most likely, you would also need to upgrade the Power Supply (PSU) in order to install a better video card.

 

Regents Professor
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Re: Presario SR1110NX new video card compatible?

This page has a chart that shows which version(s) would include Pixel Shader 2.0.  According to the chart, any of the cards on the page should include PS2.0.  I would personally recommend at least getting a GeForce 6 series card which has PS 3.0
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