Will be GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB GDDR5 128-Bit card video work with HP Pavilion HPE h8-1010?
Hi, I need to update my graphics card and I was wondering if this graphics card work with my HPE h8-1010.
EVGA GTX of GeForce G 02-P4-3757 - KR 750 Ti 2 GB 128 - Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 FTW w / ACX cooling video card
Everything on the PC is stock.
If this would not work, please tell me why not so that I can pick up another card that meets the requirements.
Thank you much in advance.
Requirements for the EVGA graphics card
- 300 Watt or greater power monophase.* *.
- PCI Express, PCI Express 2.0 or PCI Express 3.0 compatible motherboard with a chart.
- A PCI-E power connector 6 pin available.
For the EVGA card you will need a power 6-pin PCIe connector. Your PSU stock doping likely not have one so that means updated POWER supply required. PSU stock is a little power for the treatment as well. EVGA said minimum 300 Watt, but the majority of gamers and enthusiasts use 450 Watts minimum. For your Carmel motherboard, I would consider a MSI Radeon R7 250, 2 GB, PCI-E 3.0, card DirectX 11.2 rather than unity of EVGA. With an upgrade of the power supply or video card should work without problem. POWER supply upgrade: I highly recommend Corsair as a choice of valuation gamer and enthusiast. Great price for the value. A Corsair CX430 or CX600 PSU would be a great choice. The price is also quite reasonable. The cards are in the following link
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After this purchase pre-built Intel PC five or so years ago, it has graphic capeabilities are unfortunately insufficient for what I need. Long story short, I want to buy a new graphics card, but I don't know that the motherboard system takes care of everything. The card I currently have is a GT230 and I want to move to is the GeForce GTX 750 EVA and my motherboard is an MS-7613 (Iona-GL8E) with an i7-860 processor. I can update without burning my PC?
Edit: rather than tell you about the PC, it would be easier to show you: http://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c01969874
Ranger_621, welcome to the forum.
750 GTX graphics cards require UEFI in the motherboard instead of a standard BIOS. HP didn't start using UEFI until mid-October 2012. Therefore, it would be incompatible with your computer. The last series of video cards that does not need UEFI was 640 gt.
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Here is a link to my desktop specs
Here is the link to the graphics card
I'll be able to use this card with my power source for original office or will I have to buy this power supply?
Final of the question how will these buys a positive impact on my pc?
Yes, the EVGA 02 G-P4-3751-KR G-SYNC support GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2 GB 128 - Bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 video card should work fine with the default 300w power supply.
I want to buy
GeForce GTX 750 Ti FTW 2GB PCI-E w / ACX cooling and I don't know if I can connect to my motherboard: Μatx-H61-Joshua (Joshua)
and I think through my Powersupply 650Watts and I don't know if its power to put the power supply on the top side the case.
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MrGamer101, welcome to the forum.
Here's the model manufactured by EVGA. Look in the 'Détails' tab for complete specifications. It says that the card is 9 "long. I suggest to make a model of the size of the map to see if she will enter the space with a good air circulation. When playing or doing intensive video tasks much heat is developed. It's a PCI Express 3.0 x 16 and the slot in the motherboard PCI Express 2.0 x 16. The 3.0 is backward compatible. If it can be properly inserted into the space, it should work without any problems.
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Hi, I am new guy. The thing is, I just bought an EVGA - GeForce GTX Superclocked graphics card 750, but I still haven't received.
I saw a few question on HP Desktop couldn't work with the 7xx GTX (couldn't boot bios or something).
You guys could help me check who will be my office work with the one I bought just fine or not?
Thank you very much
Confirm h8-1214 is not compatible with EVGA - GeForce GTX 750 Superclocked graphics card! I tried to install it and the problem is BIOS not 8 version Marie-Alice
I have a Geforce GTX 460 old but reliable. A beautiful card that has kept me during four years. But it didn't really hurt with the DSLR images and QT 1080 p high sampling rates. I don't like having to drop to 1/2 or even 1/4 resolution when editing so... Maybe I need a boost.
I hooked an EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580 3 GB for less than $95, but it arrived today via UPS in a box of crushed. Needless to say that UPS requires a refund to the seller.
So I looked at the 2 GB EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti FTW. $150 at Amazon. Looks like I might have a few good bang by puck and an improvement over my current GTX460 which is only 1 GB memory GDDR5 256 - Bit. It is not at rest and performs better than many maps of the time, but I know I can do better.
As a palliative for the next 6 to 8 months, what do you think of switching to the GTX 750 Ti FTW? There are already some time I researched maps and not sure, given the choice.
We got $150 new and I love this thing what we called a guarantee but I'm open to suggestions.
I have an ASUS Z97Pro Wifi USB3.1 mb, Intel Core i7 - 4790K Quad - Core 4 GHz cpu, and 16 GB of DDR3. Windows 7 pro 64 installed on a new Samsung 850 Pro SSD (boy is fast).
Huge case Phanteks Enthoo white Pro. Thanks in advance!
the gtx 580 would have been about 2 x faster than the gtx 460. the ti 750 gtx is somewhere between those of speed. If you want to buy a new one, are looking for a ti 750 gtx near $130 or gtx 960 around $200. the 960 gtx is still faster than the gtx 580. If you want to try to buy new used, try to find a gtx 570 or above for about $100.
Hi I have a Dell Studio XPS 8000. Information on the system it's an Intel i7 CPU 860-2.8 GHz 2.79 GHz and 6 GB of RAM. operating system 64-bit, x 64 based processor.
I would like to know if I could adapt an Asus Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti graphics (2 GB, GDDR5, PCI-Express 3.0) without any problem? Or is there a better option?
The current map graphic is a GeForce GTS 240, that it came with.
I searched the internet to find out that if that would be ok, but became confused if the power supply is sufficient, the appearance of it bed 350w max power. I can't find some people say no and Yes.
My computer knowledge is Basic.
Thanks for any help.
I just bought new EVGA Geforce GTX 750 ti SuperClocked for my Pavilion HP H8-1114 and when I replaced the old GPU's GT 520 with the new, but it does not work and the freez of screen with the blue screen of HP and beeps several times.
I found the same problem and it is resolved here:
Exactly the same problem that I have that my HP desktop computer is a more recent one year, so the question is if I do the same thing that sugested him will be resolved? If this isn't the case, could you please solve the problem for me. Because I believe that there is no problem with my PC hardware and it should work fine.
Best regards and thank you
Watch high aon back of the graphics card for a switch. See the image below.
You should have received a leaflet in the box describing the use of the switch (legacy mode or UEFI). If your PC is a version 8 HP BIOS then disable secure boot if set. If your PC isn't at the level of the BIOS version 8 and then the switch must be in position inherited. The brochure should describe the use of the switch.
I would like to upgrade my video/graphic on my HP Pavilion AY602AA-ABA HPE-140f. The vehicle currently has the NIVIDIA GeForce GT 230 and I would go with 750Ti NIVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 or GTX. Would one of these work with my system?
I have not yet opened the file, but the system is supossedly a mother MS-7613 (Iona-GL8E) with Intel Core i5 650, 8 GB of RAM (I've read the product specifications that some say dual and some say quad... not sure exactly how this works). I have Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit. It is 350 Watts. The hard drive was a 1 to SATA but is shot and must be replaced [it is a different matter].
I plan on adding a blue-ray disc player and use it for some games. A recommendation for me was the NIVIDIA GeForce GTX 750. I checked online and am confused with all the different versions and prices from this point. Any help with specifications or which? I need (or should) spend anything else?
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I suggest that you go back to the person who recommended the NVIDIA GTX 750 and ask for evidence that it works before buying this graphics card. The NVIDIA GTX 750 even if there a hybrid BIOS will work in some older PCs, but not others.
Games? Buy the NVIDIA GTX 660 and compare them with the CX600 Corsair or CS650m.
I have a Hp Pavillion H81132sc with an i7 3.4, 16 GB of ram. Win 7
I tried to install a new Gigabyte graphics card - Geforce GTX 750 Ti OC 2 GB. It is also called GV-N75TOC - 2gi.
I can't get past the blue startup screen. I read on this forum for the solution. Tried to update the latest version of the BIOS tio, tried to activate both legacy mode.
-no luck - all black screen with cursor blinking.
Can you help me, please?
According to the specifications, the GTX550ti actually surpassed the GTX750ti.
I wonder to know - is it possible to update my system with the following specifications by adding a geforce gtx 750 ti (http://www.amazon.com/EVGA-Superclock-Dual-Link-Graphics-02G-P4-3753-KR/dp/B00IDG3IDO/ref=sr_1_2?s=e...
HP Envy 700xt desktop PC product number: F9A62AV #ABA
I've upgraded graphics card than Geforce gtx 750 ti 2 GB and it works perfectly. The card doesn't need extra provides powe.
I m intend to update my video card - (ATI Radeon HD 4670) and would like to know if my PC HP Pavilion a6713sc is to old for the MSI card above.
I understand that you plan to install the MSI GeForce GTX 750 Ti in your HP Pavilion a6713sc desktop PC. Unfortunately, your computer does not support this graphics card. I recommend that seek you for a graphics card that supports PCIe x 16 GEN 2.0 and no higher than your motherboard has PCIe x 16 GEN 1.0 slots and GEN 3.0 are not compatible.
I hope this helps. Thanks for posting on the HP Forums. Have a great day!
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 4 GB DDR3
I'm on the purchase of a new pc that has this pre-installed video card.
Do you know if its compatible with First Pro CS5 and the rest of the programs in this collection:
Still, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator etc. ?
You enjoy letting me know that the new machine is not cheap and I want to make sure.
I use Windows 7 Pro.
The CUDA Hack:
Hey is the Nvidia GeForce gtx ti 750 FTW work in the Hp envy 700-214.
TGGooch123, welcome to the forum.
Yes, it should work without any problems. I would measure the rear plate i/o on the front of the case to ensure that it enters the space, however. I would measure the rear plate i/o on the front of the case to ensure that it enters the space, however. I suggest to buy an EVGA card. They make very good products and very good Technical Support (1-888-880-3842).
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I have Photoshop 2015 and filter oil painting is grayed out. So, I want to update my graphics card. Please help me
Gigabyte GA 78LMT S2PV
AMD FX 6100
Hyper X 8 GB RAM
GeForce 210 (OpenCl version is 1.0) (I need 1.1 or higher if they exsist)
WD 1 TB purple
Thermaltake TR2 500W PSU S
PCI-E - 2
If you want to suggest any other graphics card with limited budget, then it will be toasty come :)
Photoshop and illustrator are less demanding than the first, so your cpu should be ok for them. If you get a video card only for photoshop and illustrator, you can watch the r7 amd 360 for about $90. If you want to spend more on rx 470 4 GB, it would be a good card for the money.
CUDA is exclusively for nvidia only cards. Some software requires cuda/nvidia to work. If you use other software or plugins in addition to the adobe software, which uses the video card, you will need to get its system requirements and to see what video cards they list.
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