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volray6

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ihave a dell xp system optiplex 755 intel 2127mhz processor, what graphics card can i upgrade to??
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Troy

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Hi and welcome,

Which one do you have?

http://www.dell.com/...optiplex-755/pd
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thanks troy for replying, it will be no#3 to the right? what im trying to find out what this computor needs to run starwars for my grandson.

Edited by volray6, 28 February 2014 - 07:33 AM.

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phillpower2

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Hello volray6

If I may chime in while Troy is offline :)

Before suggesting a video card for you can you run Speccy and post the resultant url for us, details here

I have asked for the above so that we can see what your exact specs are and the reason for this is to see if your present hardware is adequate, your computer case is the small form factor (SFF) type and this means that you need a low profile type video card as the larger cards will not fit, another consideration is the output of the present PSU which is 275W, this is not powerful enough for a half decent add on video card and so would also need upgrading, again this can be a limiting factor as SFF computers often have smaller and varying shape power supplies.

Star Wars: The Old Republic system requirements
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volray6

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hey guys i would like to say thanks, im just going to buy a better computor for my grandson,
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You are most welcome volray6 :)

If you would like any help with suggestions for a new computer let us know and we will be happy to take a look for you :thumbsup:
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I like the Small-Form Factor computers, but it does make it difficult if you want to upgrade them sometimes. Hopefully you can repurpose the computer or maybe even sell it on to get a few $$$ towards the next PC.
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