Using the site is easy and fun. They were indeed tanks and work horses back in the day, but If not, would someone post a link to a card that will work? It’ll take up two slots. Welcome to BleepingComputer , a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. Edited by raymac46, 09 January – I am not sure if your case design has the riser card or not, but mine does have it.
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It’ll take up two slots. Gd620 know I won’t be able to run “modern games” at full throttle It has a PCIe slot that will take a low profile card on the riser. In one of my previous lives at one of my former employers, we were an all Dell shop.
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If you risplay one of these cards, seriously, modify that case somehow to get some air moving through it or that card is going to burn up in short order. If yours is the desktop version with a riser card then you need to be sure to have a low profile bracket as well.
Not worth a lot of time and effort frankly as the machine is likely 10 years old. I have never had any trouble with airflow and the GS card works fine. A stock dell psu might not be able to handle very much.
And good luck running XP. I am not sure if your case design has the riser card or not, but mine does have it.
They were dsiplay tanks and work horses back in the day, but We had tons of the small form factor ‘s. Wyoming USA Local time: And when someone says “if your’s is this or that,” and the thing is, I don’t know what mine is — that is why I posted a photo. If not, would someone post a link to a card that will work?
Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to displa and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. An GS pulls less than 30 watts going all out and does not need any sort of additional power cable from the power supply.
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It must be a card with a tiny power consumption as the PSU ratings are very low. Deep in the Surface Web Local time: Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer. You’ll need a low profile card of some sort and with the bracket for low profile it’ll require two of those slots to be open. It needs a low profile card – probably one with a very compact heat sink this is definitely so for a Small Format Factor case but a desktop probably doesn’t have much more space.
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We also wanted to boost the video capabilities just as you and we bought half height cards radeons as mentioned above and gd620 they do work, they didn’t work for long. I was hoping someone could look at the links I posted to those cards and give me a Yes or No — I already posted a photo of the inside of my computer.
Proud system builder, modder, and watercooler. Again, I’m so sorry. Posted 08 January – If you are adamant about adding this GPU to your system and you have money to spare, I would recommend salvaging what you can from this and starting a new build.
I hardly have ANY room! Posted dksplay January – Maybe a GT would fit. Attached is a picture I took of it.
Posted 07 January – You remove the original bracket and screw on the half height one. It’s hard to tell by “eyeballing it” but do you think both of those cards I mentioned earlier will work these two: