Pavilion p6 2295ea: graphics card on P 2295ea update

I want to replace my original graphics with a power supply evga GeForce gtx 660 and the original 300 W with a series builders cosair 600W power supply and I want to know these components are compatible with my device. Your help would be greatly appreciated, thanks in advance


The 660 NVIDIA would be the superior graphics compared to the AMD 7570.  However, you must have the proper diet. Corasir CX500, or CX600 would be excellent choices.

AMD 7570---> 25.6 GB/s of bandwidth memory, pass mark is 977

NVIDIA 660--> 144 GB/s of bandwidth memory, pass mark is 4117

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