Question Graphic Card Compatibility : Dell Studio XPS 435MT (2009)

Jun 2, 2021
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Hello guys,
I have a Dell Studio XPS 435MT, which I had brought in 2009.
My specs are as follows:
Model: Dell Studio XPS 435MT
Processor: i7-920
Ram: 6 GB DDR3(Currently only 4 GB working)
Motherboard:0R849J DX58M01
PSU: 360W MAX +12VA & +12VB TOTAL 300W MAX +5v & +3.3V & 12VA & 12VB TOTAL 350W MAX
Bios: Brand: Dell, Version:1.1.1, Date: 05/05/2009
Windows 8.1 Pro
My stock Graphic Card ATI Radeon HD 4850 was having some display problems so I am thinking of replacing the Graphic card.
Options Available to me right now are:
1.)Nvidia Geforce GT 710
2.)Nvidia Geforce GT 730
3.)Nvidia Geforce GT 1030
Would any of these Graphics card work on my PC without any other hardware changes? My BIOS mode is Legacy (as per System Information in Windows). Do these cards require UEFI? Is the choice of the Manufacturer(like Gigabyte, Zotac, Asus) important in this? Any help is appreciated. Thanking you guys in advance
 

jay32267

Glorious
I think all of them will probably work.
The most draw would be about 40 watts.
They are all relatively old cards and I think they would work on an older MB.
I'm running a GTX 1080 on a motherboard from 2009 using the same socket as you are.
 
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egda23

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Hello guys,
I have a Dell Studio XPS 435MT, which I had brought in 2009.
My specs are as follows:
Model: Dell Studio XPS 435MT
Processor: i7-920
Ram: 6 GB DDR3(Currently only 4 GB working)
Motherboard:0R849J DX58M01
PSU: 360W MAX +12VA & +12VB TOTAL 300W MAX +5v & +3.3V & 12VA & 12VB TOTAL 350W MAX
Bios: Brand: Dell, Version:1.1.1, Date: 05/05/2009
Windows 8.1 Pro
My stock Graphic Card ATI Radeon HD 4850 was having some display problems so I am thinking of replacing the Graphic card.
Options Available to me right now are:
1.)Nvidia Geforce GT 710
2.)Nvidia Geforce GT 730
3.)Nvidia Geforce GT 1030
Would any of these Graphics card work on my PC without any other hardware changes? My BIOS mode is Legacy (as per System Information in Windows). Do these cards require UEFI? Is the choice of the Manufacturer(like Gigabyte, Zotac, Asus) important in this? Any help is appreciated. Thanking you guys in advance
Normaly the Nvidia 10xx series requires UEFI
 
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Jun 2, 2021
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I think all of them will probably work.
The most draw would be about 40 watts.
They are all relatively old cards and I think they would work on an older MB.
I'm running a GTX 1080 on a motherboard from 2009 using the same socket as you are.
Thanks for replying jay32267,
Do you think there will not be any issue with my Legacy Bios?
 

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