HP Pavilion 500-319NA: new to <; see below >; graphics card
I am new to the computer upgrades and know almost nothing about it, so please keep any simpler answer and understanding as possible.
My computer is the "HP Pavilion 500-319na".
It contains the graphics card "NVIDIA GeForce 705" (I think it's a 1 GB model)
There's a game coming out next year called Overwatch, this graphics card is unable to play the game, so I decided that I want to upgrade this Christmas.
The graphics card, I have drawn attention is the "ASUS 2 GB GeForce GTX 750 Ti.
I have mainly two questions:
- Is my computer compatible with this graphics card?
- the Geforce 705 dosent require any kind of power, but one that I want (the GTX 750 it) seems to require a power adapter 6 pin or something.
If anyone could help with any of these things it would be wonderful.
Thank you, Callie
You'll be glad you asked, you need to clarify some issues.
This is your computer. There really a 180W external PSU? Or is the power supply inside the box? There were some variations in generation of HP model #. If internal, envy is the coast?
Your computer has a 2.9 Ghz CPU... but Overwatch requires a 3.3 - 3, 46 Ghz CPU. That will slow down the game.
GTX660 (140W) is far superior to the GTX750Ti (60W), but power is a problem. AQgain, need you a new power supply, but it's an internal model. See above question. !!!
You also have a problem of compatibility of the UEFI BIOS. The GTX750Ti is OK, but the GTX 660 requires BIOS settings inherited.
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So I got a new (TG 640) graphics card for my pc. I tested it on another computer the day before. Worked well. I plugged my HP Pavilion 500-130DE and started. I changed my slot onboard DVI cable to the GT 640 and cable says no signal. While the pc was still on I switched the cable back to the integrated graphical location motherboard and got the windows login screen. So I thought that BIOS yet configured when the integrated graphics card (Intel HD 4600). I turned off the pc and booted to BIOS. But I've never seen a such limited BIOS before! Only thing you change is boot order. I saw a tab advanced but could not find the settings that I needed. In the only device manager devices that appears is the HD 4600. So I checked power is 300W should be sufficient for a map of 75W (only need the PCI for power). Someone knows how to fix this?
After the PC starts to open the window RUN and enter: MSINFO32
If the BIOS on your PC version is version 8, and then review the information below.
A word of warning: the reality is that there is no guarantee that any particular graphics card will work in any particular PC, even if the graphics card works in other PC or even the same or similar model PCs. Know what the return policy is before you buy.
Thanks for posting on the forum.
Have you changed the settings of the BIOS 2 required before installing the video card no HP, you bought?
I'll be upgrading my HP pavilions integrated HD graphics 8570 D a STRIX ASUS GeForce GTX overclocked 2 GB DDR5 128 - bit DisplayPort HDMI 1 750TI. 4 a/DVI-I graphics card. With that I also improve my diet to a Thermaltake TR2 500W 240 pins power power TR-500. I was wondering if it of ok to do on the computer and will not damage it. It is extra steps when I install these. Initially, I got the PC with windows 8 but have upgraded to windows 10.
If the ASUS 750 TI requires a 6-pin auxiliary power connector and your computer is running a version of HP 8 BIOS then you should be OK. Open your PC and measure to make sure that graphics card fits. In addition, open the command RUN and enter: MSINFO32
Your computer is running a version of HP 8 BIOS? If so, and if it is possible to install the graphics card then go ahead. Find out what the return policy is before you buy.
Thanks for posting on the forum.
I just bought a HP Pavilion 500-319na which has been described as having 1 x HDMI, 2 x DVI video interfaces.
The GeForce GT 705 nvidia graphics card has 1 x HDMI, 1 x DVI taken
The motherboard has also 1 x taken DVI which was capped with a small piece of plastic with "do not remove" on the subject.
After advice from PC World, I removed the plastic and tried the DVI socket mother who did not work.
Is there a way of making the motherboard DVI to work in parallel with sockets of graphics cards.
Finally, I would like to run two monitors from the DVI Sockets at the same time and have the HDMI enabled.
This is my first Post ever anywhere so apologies if there is not enough information.
See you soon
Please provide the full brand and model, for both monitors information, you try to connect to your computer.
Based on the specifications of your desktop HP Pavilion 500-319na, this model has a VGA port (analog only) integrated and an integrated port DVI - D (digital only) as shown below (please NOTE: embedded video is not available if a graphics card is installed);
#4-VGA (analog only) # 5 - DVI - D (digital only)
Please replace the plastic cover that you previously deleted. There is no way to activate the video ports built-in, although a discrete video card installed.
NVIDIA GeForce GT 705
DVI (dual-link) resolution: 2560 x 1600 x 32bpp at 60 Hz
HDMI resolution: 1920 x 1080
VGA (via dongle) analog resolution: 2048 x 1536 x 32bpp at 60 Hz
Support of up to two displays at the same time.
There are several ways to connect monitors to your computer, but you can use two ports on the NVIDIA GeForce GT 705. The discrete card supports DVI - D (and VGA via a dongle) and HDMI. HDMI signal is the same as DVI - D in this case.
Computer-> DVI - D cable-> monitor #1
Computer-> HDMI to DVI - D cable-> Monitor #2
Computer-> HDMI to DVI - D cable-> monitor #1
Computer-> DVI-D/VGA dongle-> VGA cable-> Monitor #2
If you have any other questions, feel free to ask.
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So for the moment, I try to turn on virtualization, I m able to boot the computer into windows but do not enter network boot (anti-spam f10 key before the HP loading screen) but because of the past problems, I struggle to get into the BIOS.
It all started when I got a new (Asus Geforce GT740) graphics card and this caused my computer not being able to start, without forcing in the network boot.
But like I said, when im trying to get into the BIOS, it gets to the screen where it says "Press Escape to access the Boot Menu" which, at that time, it ignores when I press ESC.
I tried holding it, I tried all the keys F1 - F12, but nothing makes a difference, so im wondering if there is a way for me to get into the bios and work around this problem.
I looked for so updates to the BIOS, but I couldn't find one so far.
@alilleland, welcome to the forum.
The reason for which the computer would not start with the GT installed 740 is, it requires UEFI in the motherboard instead of a standard BIOS. If you always use the GT 740, I suggest to withdraw to see if you can enter in the Boot Menu. You can do that by typing the ESC key as soon as the computer begins to start.
I was wondering if my computer of 500-319na HP Pavilion could launch a NVIDIA GTX 750 Ti graphics card. It's because I'm not sure if my computer has the right amount of space to be able to fit inside or whether it would be able to manage the energy needs of 300W. My current graphics card is a NVIDIA GT 705.
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No, if the PSU is not powerful enough to run the card it does not work. There will be no damage to the card or the power supply.
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Just bought Pavilion 500 - C60, running Windows 8.1 64-bit and am doing everything on old HP running Windows Vista Home Premium SP 2. Has not gone smoothly from one thing to another, but I think everything comes together. A couple of days, began to receive the error message at startup or, if I COULD do so that it starts would go for awhile and then would get an ERROR message, requiring restart. Usually after obtaining the error message several times, the computer would then initialize. Tonight, I couldn't override the error message for anything! When you press power button / stop, I hear (HD) running for a few seconds, everything is silent, and then the error message appears on the gray screen dark in white letters, BACK very and sinister looking! Any suggestions? Had the computer about two months and it has not been easy.
Not good! Check all the connectors and the hard drive to make sure that they are correctly wired in place. Make sure that your cable is not reversed.
Contact the seller if still under warranty for repair. This could be the hard drive or motherboard and the problem lies the only diagnosis from a repair facility.
Hi there are people
I brought this PC as a quick purchase to start the game, but now I suffer for my mistake and I need to Exchange my old 705 gt (which came with it) for a model more high that will fit in my case
I already tried a nvidia GTX 970 but it does no more im annoyed at the fact Curry / pcworld rip me off by saying that it will fit when he would not, luckly I come back all my money
So I essentially ask does anyone know of any nvidia graphics card which will be adapted to my case of my 500-319na, as well as a power supply adapted to go with it
Thank you very much
If you do a google search on "itx graphics cards" you will find many choices. Choose one that fits your requirements and performance of your portfolio.
I bought a new PSU (500W) and GPU (Sapphire AMD Radeon R7 265) to replace the integrated graphics card (also AMD), but at the start I'm hearing 6 long beeps cable VGA card does not show anything on the screen. Any help?
Have you changed the two bios settings must be changed before adding a new card video on a PC that comes with the W8 or newer?
If this isn't the case, please read the info on the link below for the settings to be changed.
I just bought this HP Pavilion 500-282 3/15/15. I would like to upgrade from the intel hd graphics card 4400. Also, I would say to install the I3 I5 4130. How hard would that be? I upgrade the BIOS? The power supply is 300 Watts.
Thanks for any help you can give me.
HERE IS THE SPEC PAGE for this unit. It lists the processors i5 which will work with the motherboard, just scroll down.
The intel hd graphics card 4400 is part of the processor but will be promoted to the Intel HD Graphics 4600 (GT2) with any of the i5 processors listed. If more than one upgrade is necessary, you should know that food can be a problem and the graphical upgrade with Intel onboard graphics is somewhat a problem, too. Be very sure, through research, that works in the motherboard video card to the study. (Pegatron Memphis-S)
I have a HP pavilion 17e073 ed and I want to replace with a better graphics card. The problem is that I can't find anywhere if I can replace the graphics card. I want to replace it for the best benefits of games. I already bought an SSD and some more RAM.
There is no graphics removable, replaceable and upgradable 'cards' in your laptop.
The graphics quite part of the motherboard, and to improve the graphics, you would have to see if there is a motherboard listed in the guide service and maintenance for your laptop that has better graphics.
Replace the motherboard would be a labor intensive and expensive project.
model:-hp pavilion 1303au g4
Processor :-amd a4 3330mx
Graphics:-radeon hd 6480 g
I would like to ask whether it is possible to upgrade my built-in laptop computer graphics card to a dedicated?
... I would like to ask whether it is possible to upgrade my built-in laptop computer graphics card to a dedicated?
No, you can't, you need a new motherboard and a few other things. Better to buy a new machine.
I should probably start by listing the specs of the laptop. So here it is:
Model: Pavilion Sleekbook 15-b003sm
Series: [personal information]
Product: C6T29EA #BED
Processor: Intel Core i5-3317U (1.7 GHz)
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics card: GeForce GT 630 m 2 GB memory
OS: Windows 7 x 64
So the question, well not really a problem, but recently I have noticed that my laptop has been strugling to run the latest games coming out to the point where some games even on setting him down still have very low FPS.
Then I thought to replace my CPU and graphics card because these two seem to be the issue.
Now, I got the user guide but it was provided on a CD while my laptop is not a CD ROM So, I have been unable to determine what kind of a slot processor use my laptop.
So I was wondering if anyone of you could help me determine if I can replace the processor and the graphics card on my laptop and if I can provide some suggestions to what I should look at, since I read that chaning a CPU on a laptop is sticky bussines.
Thank you in advance.
Also if there is more information needed please tell me so that I can add.
Please have look at the below information shown for the processor upgrade
http://h10032.www1.HP.com/CTG/manual/c03733729 [Go to Page 1]
Intel Core i5-3337U (1.8 GHz, turbo up to 2.7 GHz, 1600 MHz/3 MB L3 cache, dual core, 17 W)
Note: You already use the last chart on your laptop
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Hi, so I recently got a new "XFX Radeon R9 285" graphic card PCI - E 3.0 and installed in my PC, I went to start it and the screen does not light. The PC boots, the fans run and everything just no display. It works with two other Radeon PCI-E graphics cards, but it does not start. 285 graphics card works in another computer, but will not work on this one. I tried to uninstall the old graphics card drivers and no luck.
Motherboard: Gigabyte M3970AM-HP (Angelica)
Supplier of chipset: AMD
Chipset model: RD9x0
CPU: AMD FX-8150
RAM: 10 GB
ORIGINAL OF THE GRAPHICS CARD: RADEON HD 7600 SERIES
OTHER MUCH OLDER BUT WORKS
Thank you for the additional information.
Since you had the card running in another computer, you must have connected the two power connectors 6 pins.
If it were me, I would XFX Service contact customer (800-880-3225) to see what they have to say about your problem. It may be a BIOS problem. They need the specifications of your computer.
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