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August 31, 2014 10:44:54 AM

I searched around some threads but alot were pretty old.

300w power supply, will be getting more ram within a couple months. Looking to get atleast 40 + fps on games like. WoW, Diablo, etc.

Thanks in advance. ( i really don't want to upgrade power supply or brake the bank on a Video Card. Just some thing decent. medium game settings would be ok, dont need High or Ultra..

HP Pav. 500-281

Desktop Processor Intel i3
Speed Desktop Processor Speed 3.4GHz
RAM Desktop Memory (GB) 4
E Desktop Memory Expandable Expandable
T Desktop Memory Type DDR3
Desktop Hard Drive Size (GB) 1024
sp Desktop Hard Drive Speed 7200RPM
T Desktop Hard Drive Type SATA
Desktop Optical Drive Super Multi DVD Burner
Desktop LAN Data Transfer Rate 802.11 b/g/n
Desktop Operating System Windows 7
Desktop USB Ports 4 x USB 3.0, 4 x USB 2.0
Desktop Other Ports 1 x VGA, 1 x DVI-D, LAN, Audi-in/out, Microphone
Desktop Video Graphics Intel HD Graphics
Desktop Media Card Reader 7-in-1
Desktop Audio Integrated
Desktop Power 300W
Desktop Use Details Everyday
Desktop Refurbished Details No
Desktop Refurbished No
All in One Desktop Details No
All in One Desktop No
Desktop Includes Monitor Details No
Desktop Includes Monitor No
Touch Screen Enabled Details Yes
Touch Screen Enabled No
Desktop Use Everyday
Desktop Dimensions (L x W x H) 14.48" (H) x 6.91" (W) x 15.35"(L)
Desktop Weight 15.77 lbs.
Desktop Warranty 1 Year

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a b ) Power supply
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August 31, 2014 10:47:13 AM

GTX 750Ti
August 31, 2014 10:53:39 AM

with only 300w of PSU I have to say at MAX a GTX 750ti or GTX 740 they´re both around/just under 100€ should be similar in $ -> ~100$
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a b ) Power supply
a b U Graphics card
August 31, 2014 11:00:02 AM

Definitely the GTX 750 Ti. It was made for a prebuilt PC like that! You will absolutely get the FPS you were looking for (and more) paired with an i3 @ 3.4 Ghz.

One caveat, if your power supply doesn't have a six pin PCI-E connector be sure to get one of the GTX 750 Ti's that doesn't need one. Many of the more custom designs require one. The EVGA single fan design, PNY and MSI's Gaming model only need the power from the PCI-E slot.

August 31, 2014 11:02:05 AM

Thanks for the speedy results guys.. Picking up the pc on tuesday, might go grab the vide card this afternoon..

Thanks Again!!!
August 31, 2014 11:05:52 AM

Jeffredo brought up a good point though the 6-pin power connector may not be on your PSU. So you'll be safer going with the 750 ti that doesn't require that cable
If you realy want to buy it before the rest of the PC ofcourse