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Need help upgrading my graphics card


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#1 tylerchase

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Posted 15 August 2013 - 11:10 PM

So I figured out that the fan on my graphics card is being a little bleep so I decided that instead of spending more money on silly repairs that dont work, I  would upgrade but I dont know how to figure this one out here are my computers specs.

 

I have tried giving the case more airflow

dusting the insides

taking apart everything in comp and cleaning it

and new thermal paste

but the fan still over heats and my comp crashes with the temps being around 107 degrees c.

 

 

 

Currently:

 

My computer model number is a4327c

my mother board is 

http://www.ascendtech.us/hp-537558-001-p6300-motherboard-m2n68-la_i_mbhp537558p6300.aspx?agent=froogle

250 Watt Powersupply 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Computer-Desktop-Power-Supply-Liteon-250-Watt-PS-5251-08-/261149330937

2 Gigs ram

160 HDD

 

my current graphics card is a GeForce GT 220 card 



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#2 caperdog

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Posted 16 August 2013 - 11:29 AM

are you sure that is the graphic cards temp ? Did you remove the card and try the onboard video to see how the computer reacts ?

Are you asking what type of new graphics card will fit your machine ?






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