If I don’t reply within 24 hours of your reply, feel free to send me a pm. If this GX is the smaller compact case models I would forget it. Any possible recommendations from amazon? It’s hard to tell by “eyeballing it” but do you think both of those cards I mentioned earlier will work these two: Posted 08 January – Similar help and support threads.

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Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. I am just trying to save everyone time so I don’t have to buy and return something later. All times are GMT I heard that more vram is better. It needs a low profile card – probably one with a very compact heat sink this is definitely so for a Small Format Factor case but a desktop probably doesn’t have much more space.

Thanks and if you need more info please tell me. That is considered the “Desktop” model. As far as gaming on that PC An GS pulls less than 30 watts going all out and does not need any sort of additional power cable from the power supply.

A riser card is just an extension rack that plugs into a slot on the motherboard and allows other cards like video or wifi to be plugged into it and grxphics up with the slots on the back of the computer case. The power supply is wimpy and proprietary.

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Is that the highest one or can i go for 2GB of Vram? They were indeed tanks and work horses back in the day, but Deep in the Surface Web Local time: If you are adamant about adding this GPU to your system and you have money to spare, I would recommend salvaging what you can from this and starting a new build. Originally Posted by fireberd With the very small power supply you will be limited. Mine is the desktop form factor and has a riser card where the video card must go.

With that being said, can’t really say what would even be compatible without knowing the interface used. Posted 09 January – I have never had any trouble with airflow and the GS card works fine. This will be an improvement over the on board graphics. Windows 10 64 bit. It has a PCIe slot that will take a low profile card on the riser. We also wanted to boost the video capabilities just as you and we bought half height cards radeons as mentioned above and while they do work, they didn’t work for long.

It’ll take up two slots. You currently have javascript disabled.

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I am not sure if your case design has the riser card or not, but mine does have it. Unless there is a pressing need for better graphics I would just stay with what you have.

Edited by raymac46, 09 January – That card will fit in a SFF case so will certainly fit in your desktop case – gfaphics or without the riser fitted yours has it fitted.

Friends I’m pretty sure I have used Dell’s flash util under Windows 7 previously with no issues. Many most of the Dell’s in the period when the GX area was made have proprietary power supplies.