500-002ec Pavilion: Pavilion 500-002ec graphics card


I own this desktop PC - 500-002ec Pavilion and there is the integrated graphics card - AMD Radeon HD 8570. First of all, it was OK, but after some time, I can see gal on the games and I want to play good games, but my graphics card is unable to perform, according to some new games system requirements...

I know that the changes integrated graphic card to any dedicted can be very complicated... But I wanted to ask, if there is any way, how? To change or put an extra or something else... I would be very happy if it will be possible.

Thanks for any answers

Hi there @Rexo75

Welcome to the Forums of HP Support! It's a good place to find the help you need, other users, the HP experts and other members of the support staff. I understand that you are interested in the installation of a discrete graphics adapter. I'm happy to help you with this.

Looking at the specs of your system and motherboard, link below for convenience:

PC Desktop HP Pavilion 500-002ec product specifications

HP and Compaq Desktop PCs - specifications of the motherboard, (JasmineR)

Internal PSU 300W

* Built-in video is not available if a graphics card is installed.

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