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 Buying a new graphics card?

Answer Definitely not. The manufacturer recommends a 500W but you could probably get away with a decent 450. Either way, you will have to upgrade.
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Top Q&A For: Buying a new graphics card

What sort of things do i need to take into account when buying a Graphics card for my computer?

Definitely check the warranty coverage, many makers have lifetime warranties.Make sure you have the correct slot (BUS type) for your motherboard. eg. PCI, AGP, PCI ExpressPCI Express slots are the ... Read More »
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If a 1.5 GB Graphics card performs identically to a 3GB Graphics card, why is the 3GB $200 more expensive?

For the same reason that HP charges $120.00 for 8g of ram when configuring a computer on their website. - (Newegg price for 8g - approx $40.00) - If they charge it, sheeple will pay...
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Is a computer that uses on-board graphics compatible with a graphics card?

Not sure what you mean by compatible. The on-board graphics in many cases does not work well in cross-firing even when it is designed to do so, and adds very little to performance and instead adds ... Read More »
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How to Disable the Onboard Graphics and Install a New Graphics Card in Your HP Pavilion 6630?

The HP Pavilion cannot have the integrated graphics disabled in the BIOS. This can be frustrating if you are trying to do what the graphics card manual says.
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