Question about Gateway Desktop / Intel Pentium Processor / 6GB Memory / 1TB Hard Drive (SX280325E)
Posted by Anonymous on
Since the Gateway SX2803 is a mini tower, you will most likely want to
use a 'low-profile' video card. These cards are built short, so they
can fit in smaller cases. You can find a fair selection here:
As for what /type/ of card, you should be able to determine what type of expansion slot(s) your computer has from the user manual, or by opening the case. I know the Gateway SX2803 25e has a free PCIe x16 slot.
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