want to update my video card
I have HP Pavilion Slimline s3700y PC desktop and NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430.
I want to get the best video card and video cards will be supported to my pc?
Consider this one instead: 100291DP SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 5450 512 MB 64-bit. It has a design of profile form factor low form factor design as opposed to the ' low - profile loan "on the other.
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Will not install the card, because I'm a total computer illiterate. But I need some advice on what card to purchase. I have the HP p6813w and am on a Windows 7 64-bit system. The vehicle currently has an ATI Raedon HD 4200. But I play Sims 3 (yes I know it's a girly game, but I'm a girl) and this card is not supported. The HD 5670, 5700, 5800 are; as are many Nvidia cards - mainly the GTX series.
Any suggestion would be appreciated.
I looked online and was originally going to just buy one at Best Buy, but others are a lot (as in 1/3 price) cheaper. And I'm not all that impressed with the Geek Squad.
In any case, thank you in advance for your advice.
BTW, in case it is important, I just buy more RAM to my computer - so I currently have 14 GB. In case it makes a difference. Again, thank you.
I got your PM on a new video card. The last time I checked, the ATI Radeon HD 6850 is a great buy at $130 after rebate. The NVIDIA GTX 550 it is also a good buy at $120 after rebate. The Corsair CX500 is a supply of quality at the price of $40 after rebate.
You can review the comparison between the two cards video here. The HD 6850 is faster, costs $ 10 more and supports ATI EyeFinity to multiple monitors.
One of the issues I see with the SIMS 3 is that it is only a 32-bit program that won't get the best out of all the memory of your PC. Windows 7 64 bit does a very good job in the management of memory for 32-bit programs, but the address space of 4 GB (limitation of 32-bit) for the SIMS 3 can be a limiting factor in performance.
Hi, I have a
Product HP Pavilion 15-n220sq number: G1N02EA; Chipset: AMD A76M FCH
Can I change video card? with a better?
The laptop is perfect until now, I just want to update my video card, with a better
Unfortunately no, the amd gpu is integrated with the system board and is not an evolutionary element - this is the case for almost all mobile phones of consumer class.
DP - K
I have a p7-1234 Pavilion and want to upgrade the video card. I am currently the EVGA GeForce GT 610 2048 MB GDDR3. This card will work with it?
This is a power supply that will work for you:
It is modular allowing you to use only the necessary cables. This means that there is more room inside the circulation of air. He is also a 600W which will give you extra power for the possible future upgrades. Any block of power SUPPLY Corsair will be good. They are fans of the quality products for a reasonable price.
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I start to play a MMO and he says my driver is low level. She still plays. There is no newer driver on the HP website and I can't load new driver Intel that HP has installed a driver(for stability) custom
A more recent MMO starts in April with graphics much higher. I was told that the video card which is on board the system will probably confine myself to the middle level graphics on this game. So I am looking to update my video card. I understand there are limits on what can be installed due to having only a 460W PSU.
Can anyone recommend a new video card?
My limit is $300
The EVGA NVIDIA 660would be an excellent choice for your PC.
If you have a problem free start then try the HP suggestion below.
Hello, I have a Pavilion dv7 with an ati mobilty radeon HD 5470 gpu. A few days ago its begun to thorw a bunch of flags and after having checked c, it seems I need to update my video card drivers. Unfortunately my few attempts of their update through AMD/ATI site led faliure bricking near my computer. I need to update the video card, otherwise I'll be stuck with a $1000 + a laptop that is of no use to me.
Try disabling the AMD APP SDK Runtime as follows.
- Go to your control panel and select "Uninstall a program" or "programs and features".
- Locate and select 'AMD Catalyst Manager.'
- Along the top of the list, you should see "Organize", "Uninstall", "Change" and "repair". Select 'change '.
- Follow the instructions until you select "uninstall Manager".
- Select custom.
- Uncheck the "AMD APP SDK Runtime" and continue to follow the guests.
- Finish and restart your computer.
- Check if the problem persists and post the result.
I'll keep an eye out for your answer. Nice day.
Could someone tell me if I am able to update graphics in my HP m8517c
Here is a link to my system specs...
I want graphic better due to the fact that a lot of my boys want to play PC games does not work because of the graphics card.
Ladungan, Yes, you can switch to a dedicated PCI Express x 16 video card. However, there are three considerations. First is the power of the power supply (PSU) and the second is the size of the map. You can determine the power of the PSU in opening the case and by reading the label on. You can determine the size of the required map by taking measures in the space provided. Open the case. Measure from the edge of the case to the opposite side of the motherboard where the PCI Express slot. It's the approximate card that fits. In addition, many new cards are double profile (two locations). These can present problems of space. Thirdly, it must ensure that the power supply has the connectors appropriate for the video card. Some require more power. In this case, you probably need the power supply. It costs somewhere around $100.
If you like help to choose which card you would work, let us know. With the power of the PSU, we can make that determination.
I have a Pavilion Elite m9340f and I was wondering if I could update my graphics card and if so what would be a good choice. Also can I upgrade my power supply? A friend told me that I could not, because it's a computer brand, but thought I would ask someone with knowledge. Thank you.Message edited by robertwolf on 02/23/2009 14:56
Robert, here is a link to the "Product information" pages for your computer:
These pages will give you all the specifications of your computer.
Yes, you can upgrade your video card. First, you want to make sure that there is enough room for one of the new cards to fit. You can find this information on the manufacturer's website. I would say we could use until a 9800GT. I think the cards are 9 "up to 10.5". I like XFX, BFG or EVGA cards. They are geared toward players and are of high quality. My favorite is XFX.
Now for your power supply power supply unit (PSU). It can also be upgraded. the key is to open the case and measure the existing unit. To ensure that new fits, it should be very close to the same size. Most ATX units are pretty close to the same size. I recommend at least a 600W unit. This is what I have in my game rig:
Again, OCZ is a company that is geared to the players and fans. They have very reliable products. I have one in their PSU and memory.
One last thought, a new video card will generate more heat. Thus, some cables will be very useful. Simply run all cables so that they do not restrict the airflow to all components.
I hope this helps.
I am totally lost and spent two hours trying to figure this out. I just bought the sims 3 and when I try to play said: device 0 cannot run this title. Your video card does not support at least Shader Model 2. Please update your card.
I tried to update my drivers but to no avail. I have no idea what to do here, can anyone help please? I just want to play this game!
Your video card is basic it is perfect for office 2D work which is what this laptop was designed for. It is not suitable for playing games and video chip does not respect the Sims 3 system requirements. There is nothing you can do about it. This isn't a limitation of software (drivers), but a physical limitation (this video card cannot play this game). MS - MVP - Elephant Boy computers - don't panic!
Looking for suggestions as to what would be a good update on the cheap card I recently added 14 GB of RAM so the thing is fast enough, that I would like to just the films to be a little more transparent, any suggestions? Thank you! -josh
Joshua, welcome to the forum.
Any video card that would work with your power supply (PSU), be much, if any, better than the integrated video. New middle level cards require at least 350W to 400W power. Therefore, if you don't want to upgrade the PSU, I recommend staying with the integrated graphics subsystem. In fact, the problem is to find a card that works. Manufacturers do not give the requirements of power on their lower level cards.
Note: Remember that your system is not as good as the weakest component. With the CPU and memory that you have a better map would greatly increase performance.
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When I turn my computer on my screen, readers will sometimes have the crash livekernelevent and I need to reinstall
but isn't that a temporary difficulty because he just started when I started my computer
Everything worked great until I rebooted my computer from a windows update
Note: if my video cards work at startup that they seem to have no problem just randomly when I turn on my computer they crushed
the update of windows seems to be the cause of it and idk what to do. I realize now you should not update the drivers through windows update, but I didn't even know that the update had nothing to do with my drivers, how do I get rid of what the windows update done
This should help you.
Some of them you know already (updating graphics drivers).
Microsoft gives sometimes you updates for the 3rd party hardware: graphics, network cards, etc.
You should only get the latest drivers for them to real hardware manufacturer's website, as Microsoft normally does nor those have the most recent drivers available as Microsoft relies of the 3rd party hardware Manufactuer to provide.
But unfortunately, the only way to know which is the update of the problem is to install them one by one, until you find the 'wrong' for your installation.
You can do a system restore to get back until it has been installed (which is NOT the best way to remove an update) or follow this method:
'Remove an update'
When you have found the issue of update of the list of updates which is presented > then right click on the update problem > select Hide update > and it will not be available to you once again
"How to hide or show an update of Windows Vista"
Here's how to chanage update settings, if you think it is necessary to:
"Understanding Windows Update and Extras in Windows Vista and Windows 7.
Or the other of these two update settings will give you the chance to see what you want to install through Windows updates;
Download updates but let me choose whether to install them - if you select this option, Windows will download the updates on your computer, but not install them automatically. If you want to install updates, then you must install them manually. You should only select this option if you have a reason to not install updates automatically. Only advanced users should use this option.
Check for updates but let me choose whether to download and install them - if you select this option, you'll be alerted when there are new updates available for download and install. You can then choose to download and install the updates that you want. This option should really be reserved for people who know exactly which updates they need, or those who have little access to the Internet.
But remember you normally only have problems with hardware 3rd party drivers. Other updates are to improve the Performance and security of your system
See you soon.
I have a question about upgrading the video card in my XPS 410. I am currently using a nVidia GeForce 9500 GT video card, which has served me well for purposes of casual games. However, I like to play Battlefield 3, but according to the nVidia website, this video card does not meet the minimum specifications. So there is another card that I could update? I am seriously thinking to buy a new PC in the fall, so I don't want to spend too much money on a new map (especially considering that my PC is long in the tooth that is). In my view, that the XPS 410 has a 375W PSU, which also complicates things.
Any suggestions? nVidia or Radeon is fine.
You would be a mistake. Many have used the HD 6770 their Dell 375 Watt power supplies. The HD 6770 would be a card game much better on the HD especially for BF3 6670. You will use probably not much more than a total of 250 watts for your system in the game and even less if not. The recommended minimum of card is the 8800 GT and HD 6670 is probably just equal to it. However, the HD 6770 exceeds it so I think you'll be much happier. Here's one that I would consider. He has a $20 rebate.
I have a PC desktop, HP PAVILION Elite e9250t with the specifications below. What graphics card can I go to? I currently have the Radeon HD 4650 with 1 G memory in the form of video card. I want something more grand, better and faster to run Borderlands 2 on high ground. I'm burning my card at 1920 x 1080. Help, please.
Processor: Intel (r) Core i5 CPU 750 @ 2.67GHz
Graphics card: ATI Radeon HD 4650
Total RAM: 12.0 GB
The Kinder answer is that you must decide what is important. Go to this site and use the section "I can run." You can put in different maps and display the results. But the game you questions about the needs at least the GTX560.
My son wants to be able to play COD on my pc, but the video card from the factory is the way to slow. Can you suggest a replacement card which is decent for the games but not super expensive or require changes to the power supply? Thanks for any help.
There is the version of 512 MB ddr5 on the link below.
There may be differences between the marks. The main factor that govern what will work in your PC's power supply 300W - you should know the minimum requirement of the power supply of the card that you intend to buy, as anything that requires more than 300W is unlikely to work properly, or not at all.
DP - K
NY705AA-ABA, Windows 7 64-bit, Intel chipset. Not a game system. Want just a HDMI, DVI and VGA video card. Onboard video creates artifacts and sparkles.
This graphics card should work with the P/S of 250W in your PC.
The maximum power is only 29W.
It has all the outputs that you are looking for...
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