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Wanting to upgrade Graphic Card in Dell Studio XPS 435mt

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April 19, 2013 9:03:22 PM

What are my options for upgrading? As the title says I have the Dell Studio XPS 435mt. From the info I gathered it has a smaller case so I don't think high-end graphics cards will fit but I'd like something that can handle newer games.
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April 19, 2013 9:48:02 PM

i think it has.open your case and see if it has pci exp 16 slot

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April 19, 2013 9:54:12 PM

ASHISH65 said:
i think it has.open your case and see if it has pci exp 16 slot



I have, I don't think I saw one, then again I hardly know what I'm looking for so I could have easily overlooked it. I do however have some pictures I took of the inside that I will upload and see if you can spot it out.
1. http://s1180.photobucket.com/user/PeterTLJr/media/20130...
2. http://s1180.photobucket.com/user/PeterTLJr/media/20130...
3. http://s1180.photobucket.com/user/PeterTLJr/media/20130...
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April 19, 2013 9:56:21 PM

PeterTLJr said:
ASHISH65 said:
For you hd 7750 suits best due to best low profile gpu as it fit in your case.

- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...


the problem is I don't think I have the 16 pcie.


From what I could find you have 1 16x PCI-E slot. From what I can gather it comes with a ATI card that would be using that slot so you would replace the ATI card with the new one.

But you will want to make sure your PSU can handle the new card.
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April 19, 2013 9:59:20 PM

bryonhowley said:
PeterTLJr said:
ASHISH65 said:
For you hd 7750 suits best due to best low profile gpu as it fit in your case.

- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E168...


the problem is I don't think I have the 16 pcie.


From what I could find you have 1 16x PCI-E slot. From what I can gather it comes with a ATI card that would be using that slot so you would replace the ATI card with the new one.

But you will want to make sure your PSU can handle the new card.


I'm pretty sure my PSU is dying so I'm replacing that as well. Would a 475W be enough?
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