Discussion in 'NVIDIA' started by waynecwj, Jan 12, 2014.
The CPU shouldn't be any problem with the graphics card, but you need to make sure your motherboard has a PCI-E x16 slot that you can insert the GTX650 into. Most motherboards that support that CPU have a PCI-E slot, but you should check before buying the card.
yes. your case might be an issue if standard or slim/low profile. then you would need a low profile type gtx card.
okay, thx guys.
How do i check whether i have PCI-E x16 on my pc?
Best way is to open the case and look.
i suggest u hire a professional.
it s a very good idea , what is your mainboard ?
if your pc is a portable/laptop then you should check carefully and select compatible card : if your pci-e is MXM A or B
B handles all kind of cards , while A are smaller at power limited to 35 watt .
on ebay there are some MXM A at very good price . i updated my touchsmart hp cpu and vga for 300 euro and it is a big change for this 3 years old TV-email Pc
with few new heatsinks it became more silent
safest way especially for this kind of question
usually near pciex slot it labelled or just check the manual, its there
maybe you just think it would bottle neck the performance?
How does the PCI-E x16 look like?
Read your manual if you are unsure... Or Google. Seriously... Give a man a fish or teach a man to fish...
come on, take a look at your motherboard. just read your manual its there
Does your BIOS give you the option to boot from the PCI-e slot? If not then you don't have 1 but I think yours does. Your CPU is still very viable. Why not go with a Radeon R9 280X or a 2GB GTX 760?
im 16, i don have that much money
Your question is so basic I don't have confidence that you have the technical knowledge to do the upgrade without damaging your system.
You are 16, you are in the technology generation. Simply typing "PCI x16" into google images would have showed you what it looks like.
This is a hardware forum, we are here to help, but I'm not going to spoon feed you.
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