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Posted · Original PosterOP

So i have an old sff pc and want to make it a little better for gaming

 

Hp Compaq 8000 elite pro

Its specs are:

Motherboard: 3646h (XU1 Processor)

Cpu: Core 2 Quad q9550 2.83ghz

Psu: 240W

 

I would like to upgrade to 750ti if possible

I have already cut some parts of the case to make it able for gpu to fit in

Can my pc use this gpu?

pls dont tell me to save money for a new build

(Pls move the topic if it’s not in the right place)

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The 750 ti gets all of its power from the motherboard. It looks like your cpu uses up to 95 watts and the 750 ti uses about 60 watts, so you should be fine with your power supply. As long as the PCIE 16x slot your motherboard has provides that you should be fine. You could also go up to a 1050 ti (which also gets its power from the motherboard). 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

How do i know if my pcie provides enough power for it to run?

(im sorry but im completely newbie to this 😅)

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19 minutes ago, Tidra said:

This is how it looks inside

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what is that long card installed on the left side? 


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What happened to the back of the PC?

You could use a low-profile GTX 750 Ti on it, but you probably can't lock it since the back of your PC is really badly bent.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

That card is gt 610 

i removed that part of the case now and my pc case can fit (even though i leave it always open)

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I think it can fit in there but i want to be sure that my motherboard and psu can work with gtx 750ti

 

here is a photo of what is written on my psu

 

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