Question about HP Compaq Business dc7600 PC Desktop
Your PC has a PCI-e x16 slot available for upgrading graphics cacapabilities. Any PCI-e x16 that is not double-slot wide or that requires a pcie power plug should work. If you take a look at the images at NewEgg.com you can see which NVIDIA (Geforce) and Radeon based cards are double wide. Your PC just doesn't have the physical space for a fit. For Radeon cards 3000 series and below with the exception of not higher that an HD 3650 in the 3000 series. For NVIDIA based cards in the 7000 series and lower with a couple of exceptions. 8000 series: nothing higher than an 8600 model. 9000 series is a no go.
Your PSU is not capable of running the cards I mentioned as exceptions. Your PSU is less than 300W. Powerful video cards require more wattage and extra PCIe specific power connectors. Read the specs to ensure that the video card you are considering does not have any additional power requirements.
You can link to the cards you are considering and we will let you know if the will fit and work and why they will not if they are exceptions.
Posted on Oct 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hey there, the HP bios is pretty smart - it should automatically detect a new sound card and switch off the internal one when installed - alternatively you can go to the 'system devices' panel and disable it in the software as well.
hope this helps
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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Posted on Apr 05, 2010
SOURCE: Please Help. I hv HP Compaq
well first after turning the computer on, immediately press F10....go to security and check if the audio is turned on (not invisible) if it is go to pci devices and check there if the sound is enabeled, don t forget to press F10 to accept values and reboot the computer goodluck
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
SOURCE: I have a HP Compaq
Ron, the HP Compaq DC7600 Convertible Mini-Tower uses DDR2 Sdram ram memory at 533MegaHertz.
This is also referred to as PC2-4200
The above is according to HP.
My sources indicate DDR2 Sdram at 677MHz can be used also.
However the Maximum TOTAL Amount will be 2GB if using PC2-5300.
(It isn't the 'speed' to be so concerned about, in regards to ram memory. It is the Amount that should be the concern. More = Better.
'Speed' is a term brought about, so the average Joe will be able to understand the concept of ram, and Processor performance better. It is actually Frequency Rate. Measured in MegaHertz, or Gigahertz amounts
Mega = Approximately 1 Million
Giga = Approximately 1 Billion
Hertz stands for Cycles per Second.
Using the above example, PC2-5300, it can operate up to 533 Million Cycles per Second
The Maximum TOTAL Amount is 4GB for the Convertible Mini-Tower. (When using PC2-4200)
The Maximum Amount for EACH ram memory slot is 1GB.
Use DDR2 Sdram that is 1.8 Volts
(Need help in finding ram memory, or need examples, just post in a Comment)
Posted on Dec 04, 2010
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