Question about Graphics Cards
I would like to upgrade my video card, but want to chose one that will work. I emailed HP and this is the answer that I received.
I have verified your PC specifications and found that the PC is bundled with "argon-ULA" motherboard with GeForce4-MX420 AGP card.
However, the system specifications tell that you can install any PCI graphics cards or AGP card. If you want to install PCI 3D graphic card then that can be installed in the PCI slot. Please note that you may also have to upgrade the power supply as some of these graphics cards consume more power. Hence it is recommended you ask for the power requirements of the card, while purchasing so that you can upgrade to the recommended power supply.
Before I conclude I would like to list the important things that have to be considered before installing a video card:
1 Select a compatible PCI express x16 video card.
2 Check the minimum requirements the computer must meet.
3 Compatible power supply required.
You can purchase the video card at any local computer store or visit a HP reseller.
Can you suggest some graphic cards that I might choose from?
What would the price range of the video card would you be looking for?
depending on the price range is depending on the card i would suggest.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
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