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    If you can find one a Inno3D GeForce GTX 1050 Ti (1-Slot Edition) might work still low end.

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    Since one photo you sent shows a short double slot card also look at MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4G OC, or the Zotac GeForce GTX 1650 OC.

    The 1650 would be much better.Check your power supply.

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    WOW since my last post the 8gb card amazing just sold on Ebay for $230 ha ha ha what i purchased it for list as a buy it now listing -=-
    this one

    https://www.mwave.com.au/product/galax-geforce-gtx-1050-ti-oc-gaming-4gb-video-card-ab92774

    question will this work in PCI E 16x slot says it needs PCI Express 3.0
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    Just seen a review on an HP8300 supplier site where a purchaser fitted a 1050TI.

    So on the basis of that should be fine, nearly all cards are backwards compatible. Just need to watch the width and length.

    It would help if HP used a standard motherboard layout, always been a problem upgrading HPs.

    Anything higher up the chain than a 1050TI will need an 6 or 8 pin power connector from the PSU, I doubt HPs PSU has one.
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    thanks mate -
    Quote Originally Posted by clam1952 View Post
    Just seen a review on an HP8300 supplier site where a purchaser fitted a 1050TI.

    So on the basis of that should be fine, nearly all cards are backwards compatible. Just need to watch the width and length.

    It would help if HP used a standard motherboard layout, always been a problem upgrading HPs.

    Anything higher up the chain than a 1050TI will need an 6 or 8 pin power connector from the PSU, I doubt HPs PSU has one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by clam1952 View Post
    Just seen a review on an HP8300 supplier site where a purchaser fitted a 1050TI.

    So on the basis of that should be fine, nearly all cards are backwards compatible. Just need to watch the width and length.

    It would help if HP used a standard motherboard layout, always been a problem upgrading HPs.

    Anything higher up the chain than a 1050TI will need an 6 or 8 pin power connector from the PSU, I doubt HPs PSU has one.
    I understood the GTX 1650 had a tdp of 75 watts so didn't need an extra power supply connector. It has better performance than the older 1050 TI according to its score.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnwhelan View Post
    I understood the GTX 1650 had a tdp of 75 watts so didn't need an extra power supply connector. It has better performance than the older 1050 TI according to its score.

    Cheerio John
    It does but I'm guessing the length would be less of an issue for a 1.5 slot width card but nearly all of the ones usable for TRS19 are two slot and would foul the CPU's heatsink unless very short.

    Using the same supplier, There is a mini itx GTX1650 however it looks like display port / hdmi only which may be an issue with connecting to a monitor https://www.mwave.com.au/product/gig...bs=tabOverview
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