Will this gpu run in my machine?

Hello,
i currently have a nvidia gt 210 and thought i would up grade and found a good nvidia gtx+ for sale but will it run in my machine?? thanks
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  1. There are many graphics cards in the gtx-line, would you specify?

    Also what are your other system specs, you wouldn't want to end up with the whole system bottlenecking your graphics card or even worse, PSU not being able to feed your graphics card.
  2. hey um its a nvidia geforce 9800gtx+ if thats what you mean? sorry thats all i could find
  3. uhm 3.6g ram 3.4ghz intel pentium d cpu and the pc is a hp dc770 cheers
  4. is their a way to look at it through my pc? because im not very good at checking hardware etc
  5. Run Speccy @ http://www.filehippo.com/download_speccy/ and post the findings : )

    It will show u the HW profile of your PC.
  6. do i need to download firefox for this?
  7. wrong link ive got it now hold up
  8. And check the power supply sticker for model name.
  9. Operating System
    MS Windows XP Professional 32-bit SP3
    CPU
    Intel Pentium D 945
    Presler 65nm Technology
    RAM
    4.00 GB Dual-Channel DDR2 @ 399MHz (5-5-5-15)
    Motherboard
    Hewlett-Packard 0A54h (XU1 PROCESSOR) 50 °C
    Graphics
    PHILIPS 107E5 (1024x768@60Hz)
    1024MB GeForce 210 (ASUStek Computer Inc) 51 °C
    Hard Drives
    75GB Seagate ST380815AS (SATA) 39 °C
    75GB Seagate ST380815AS (SATA) 40 °C
    Optical Drives
    TSSTcorp CDW/DVD TS-H493A
    Audio
    NVIDIA High Definition Audio
  10. just peeling stick thats over off
  11. hey their i found the watts but not the model name
  12. try to find how many amps are on your 12volt rail(s) and total wattage on them, it should be rated in the box with other specs.


    something like this: http://www.evga.com/support/faq/files/rating-big.jpg
  13. If you're not sure how powerful your PSU is, then i'd recommend something new and low-end, it's always safer. As new lower-ends perform as well as older mid-to high-end cards used to.

    For exapmle GT640(better variant, not the 144CUDA core one) has the same amount of CUDA cores as 560Ti, only with weaker memory bus, making the performance a bit worse. But it still should do as good as 9800gtx+... Okay, it's not as good as gtx9800, but still... its good enough to play games

    http://www.hwcompare.com/12940/geforce-9800-gtx-vs-geforce-gt-640-ddr3/
  14. the volts 100-240 and a 5
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