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I believe my video card has failed. The monitor says "No Signal". I would like to purchase a new video card for this computer. Not sure what video card would work or fit. Any information would be appreciated.

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This computer has 1x PCIe slot. you can buy any PCIe video card

you can buy video card like this one

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