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Wish to upgrade graphics but the heat sink on the GEForce GT610 is too bulky to fit inside the pc case.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
From the looks of things that model will take a standard ATX power supply which would be available from and computer part dealer and ebay etc, get yourself a nice 400w replacement try and get a small form factor one if you can as it will be a tight sqeeze inside the case.
when replacing it you will have to open the case up (get an anti static wristband if you can, and work on a table rather that a carpeted floor) un hook all the connectors the old power supply (one in each drive and there should be 2 in the motherboard) you may have to pull the Dvd rom out slightly to get the new supply in, unscrew the 4 case screws holding the power supply from the back of the case. lift it out then put in the new one, screw it in using the case screws and connect up the internal power cables to the drives motherboard and new graphics card, close the case, plug in and voila
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Posted on Dec 10, 2008
Yes you can upgrade the card. For information regarding video card refer to website belwo
You can purchase teh AGP video card for the computer with higher memory.
Currently your video card is with 64Mb, try for 512MB or higher version. Do not go for PCI Express or PCI video card. The computer will support only AGP.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
there are probably a couple screws on the back to undo then it slides of or
look under front f case on slightly older ones pre 2000 cases
they have screws under front face plate there is a little hole there put your habd in there and yank it off
you wont damage it there usually stiff
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
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