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Can I get gtx 1050ti graphics card for this PCI slot

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1050ti low profile is rare and expensive but if you find it you can use it but if you didnt you can use gtx1650 low profile

Looks like a low profile case. You will need a low profile graphics card. Those exist btw. but are not as common so make sure you read the description.

The slot should work.

 

What CPU is in that computer?

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1050ti low profile is rare and expensive but if you find it you can use it but if you didnt you can use gtx1650 low profile

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13 minutes ago, Applefreak said:

Looks like a low profile case. You will need a low profile graphics card. Those exist btw. but are not as common so make sure you read the description.

The slot should work.

 

What CPU is in that computer?

Icore i5-4470

 

 

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Yeah, should have no issues with a GTX 1050 TI. You may also get a GTX 1650 like the ASUS GTX1650-O4G-LP-BRK .

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Not only it's a low profile pc, it's a BTX (the slots are in reverse).

You can use it without the case lid closed, just leave it hanging there.

As long as it is plugged, it will run.

Low profile 1050ti is expensive and hard to find now, the card is already 4 years old i guess.

 

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31 minutes ago, Snizer11 said:

Is that a pci-e slot? if yes, you can slot a gtx 1050ti there. if it is PCI it will not

That is why I kept this post

 

31 minutes ago, Snizer11 said:

Is that a pci-e slot? if yes, you can slot a gtx 1050ti there. if it is PCI it will not

 

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1 hour ago, SupaKomputa said:

it's a BTX (the slots are in reverse).

yea i thought the picture was mirrored or something, but the slot covers are upside down too lol

 

can we get a better angle to judge the height of the slot?

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It looks like an HP 6005 pro or elite or something like that ... check the psu wattage and check if it will manage a 1650 ... look for the zotac 1650 low profile with 4gb ddr6 as it's probably the best option for you.

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