Question Asus GTX 660 TI Direct CU II 2GB Graphics Card

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Hello,
I have HP dc7900 CMT:
CPU : Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 @ 2.50GHz
RAM : 8,00GB Dual-Channel DDR2 @ 332MHz (5-5-5-15)
Motherboard : Hewlett-Packard 3032h (XU1 PROCESSOR)
PSU : 365 W

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I want to buy graphic card for gaming Asus GTX 660 TI Direct CU 2 GB


Is it compatible with my pc ?
 
I decided 660ti because of price.
660ti cost here 62 €
Yes it's cheap and also better than 750/750 ti/1030 it's nearly a 1050 ti but with a 2 GB VRAM. I also have 660 it's really good really cheap. But i don't think it would work in the same way if you pair it with a C2Q . Those CPU are now almost outdated from gaming but good for normal use. As the whole point of your upgrade is gaming i would say just look for a new PC.
 
I decided 660ti because of price.
660ti cost here 62 €
I'm assuming that's used.
Modern and semi modern cards that could be used with the old psu include:
(from slowest to fastest)
GTX 750, GT 1030, RX 550, GTX 750 ti, GTX 1050, RX 560, GTX 1050 ti, GTX 1650.
I wouldn't go with GT 730 or even GT 740 as running games on those is just utterly hopeless.
 
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Yes it's cheap and also better than 750/750 ti/1030 it's nearly a 1050 ti but with a 2 GB VRAM. I also have 660 it's really good really cheap. But i don't think it would work in the same way if you pair it with a C2Q . Those CPU are now almost outdated from gaming but good for normal use. As the whole point of your upgrade is gaming i would say just look for a new PC.
What do you think about GeForce GTX1050 Zotac Mini 2GB DDR5 , it need only PSU 300 W, it power consumption is 75 W , direct in PCIE slot without extra power ?

https://www.zotac.com/us/product/graphics_card/zotac-geforce-gtx-1050-mini#overview
 
What do you think about GeForce GTX1050 Zotac Mini 2GB DDR5 , it need only PSU 300 W, it power consumption is 75 W , direct in PCIE slot without extra power ?

https://www.zotac.com/us/product/graphics_card/zotac-geforce-gtx-1050-mini#overview
Yes with this one you will not need a powersupply but don't expect the same performance when it pair with i5/i7. Remember what you have is for more worst than a 3rd gen i3. if the case is enough and if the PSU powerful enough then you can even add a GTX 1080 there but putting a card is not the point. Performance gap between the CPU and GPU should be your point unless you gonna pay a lot of money for high end card where you can't even use 30% of it's full performance that why i told you to get a CPU first but if you in hurry then go for it. Later you can upgrade the rest of the components.
 
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Yes with this one you will not need a powersupply but don't expect the same performance when it pair with i5/i7. Remember what you have is for more worst than a 3rd gen i3. if the case is enough and if the PSU powerful enough then you can even add a GTX 1080 there but putting a card is not the point. Performance gap between the CPU and GPU should be your point unless you gonna pay a lot of money for high end card where you can't even use 30% of it's full performance that why i told you to get a CPU first but if you in hurry then go for it. Later you can upgrade the rest of the components.
My budget is limited , to buy new computer is more expensive , cheaper is to buy this GeForce GTX1050 Zotac Mini 2GB DDR5.
 

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