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Dijon

Old motherboard support what GPU? Need help please quick.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

This will probably be the last question on my build which I previosly mentioned. I dont have enough money for a new mobo but I do have one for a GPU.

So my questions are will my mobo support a Nvidia geforce GT 1030 or a GTX 750 Ti? And will 300 Watt PSU be okay for these cars? (This is cause PSU is bolted in case so I cant change it:

My current mobo and GPU:

Motherboard: MS-7358 (How can you find out what GPU will be okay for this Mobo?

And current GPU: Nvidia GeForce GT 240

Any help will be appreciated it, many thanks, ❤️

 

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So long as the case and PSU can support it, there is 0 reason any PSU wouldn't work so long as it is PCI-E.

 

As for seeing if the PSU can take it, use this.


Main PC: i5-8600K (6C/6T), MSI Z370M, T-Force Delta II RGB 16GB, Samsung 128GB NVME, Crutial MX300, ROG STRIX RX-580 8GB, Corsair CX 750, Fractal Define Mini C TG, Windows 10 Enterprise

School Laptop: Late 2008 Macbook Aluminum Unibody. C2D P7350, nVidia 9800M, 8GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, macOS Mojave. Also my editing laptop (FCP > Adobe Premier)

Phone: Galaxy Note 8, Android 8.0

Random devices in various stages of working: Gateway Solo W2000 Laptop (For writing floppies, needs a battery), iBook G3 Clamshell (for a custom build, just a case), iBook G4 (For Sale.), Surface 3 (Touch screen is borked, perfect otherwise.), Lenovo G580 (For Sale)

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Posted · Original PosterOP

ah ok thanks so much, how can I find out if my mobo has PCI-E?

 

 

2 minutes ago, SenpaiKaplan said:

So long as the case and PSU can support it, there is 0 reason any PSU wouldn't work so long as it is PCI-E.

 

As for seeing if the PSU can take it, use this.

also here is photo of my case,

5188-Medion6486all-1.jpg

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1 minute ago, Dijon said:

ah ok thanks so much, how can I find out if my mobo has PCI-E?

 

 

also here is photo of my case,

5188-Medion6486all-1.jpg

Your video card is PCI-E. So the new GPU would go in the same slot.

 

As for case, it is a matter of the max supported length of the GPU. Measure on the line of the PCB of your current GPU and see how far back in the case you can go before your hit something.


Main PC: i5-8600K (6C/6T), MSI Z370M, T-Force Delta II RGB 16GB, Samsung 128GB NVME, Crutial MX300, ROG STRIX RX-580 8GB, Corsair CX 750, Fractal Define Mini C TG, Windows 10 Enterprise

School Laptop: Late 2008 Macbook Aluminum Unibody. C2D P7350, nVidia 9800M, 8GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, macOS Mojave. Also my editing laptop (FCP > Adobe Premier)

Phone: Galaxy Note 8, Android 8.0

Random devices in various stages of working: Gateway Solo W2000 Laptop (For writing floppies, needs a battery), iBook G3 Clamshell (for a custom build, just a case), iBook G4 (For Sale.), Surface 3 (Touch screen is borked, perfect otherwise.), Lenovo G580 (For Sale)

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, SenpaiKaplan said:

Your video card is PCI-E. So the new GPU would go in the same slot.

 

As for case, it is a matter of the max supported length of the GPU. Measure on the line of the PCB of your current GPU and see how far back in the case you can go before your hit something.

Ok thank you so much I really appreciate it, much love, ❤️

 

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Just now, Dijon said:

Ok thank you so much I really appreciate it, much love, ❤️

 

No problem!


Main PC: i5-8600K (6C/6T), MSI Z370M, T-Force Delta II RGB 16GB, Samsung 128GB NVME, Crutial MX300, ROG STRIX RX-580 8GB, Corsair CX 750, Fractal Define Mini C TG, Windows 10 Enterprise

School Laptop: Late 2008 Macbook Aluminum Unibody. C2D P7350, nVidia 9800M, 8GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, macOS Mojave. Also my editing laptop (FCP > Adobe Premier)

Phone: Galaxy Note 8, Android 8.0

Random devices in various stages of working: Gateway Solo W2000 Laptop (For writing floppies, needs a battery), iBook G3 Clamshell (for a custom build, just a case), iBook G4 (For Sale.), Surface 3 (Touch screen is borked, perfect otherwise.), Lenovo G580 (For Sale)

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