Posted 09 January – It’s easy to take out, install the video card and plug back in. Attached is a picture I took of it. It must be a card with a tiny power consumption as the PSU ratings are very low. Several functions may not work. Or, since the PSU and drives seem to be the main problem, you could remove them and have them sitting on the side, still connected by cords to the machine.

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Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next. If someone could just “humor” me and look at the pic of my computer, and tell me what could work. Started by bookbuyerJan 07 delk They had a tendency to burn up in a couple of months. The “enclosure” that the red marker is setting on makes it so the graphics card can go sideways.

You can have it if you want it, I have no need for it A riser card is just an extension rack that plugs into a slot on the motherboard gxx620 allows other cards like video or wifi to be plugged into it and line up with the slots on the back of the computer case.

Or, since the PSU and drives seem to be the main problem, you could remove them and have them sitting on the side, still connected by cords to deell machine. Asus HD “0dB” card complete with low profile brackets – so yes it will fit.


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A stock dell psu might not be able to handle very much. Please re-enable javascript to dislay full functionality. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer. If you are adamant about adding this GPU to your system and you have money to spare, I would recommend salvaging what diwplay can from this and starting a new build. In one of my previous lives at one of my former employers, we were an all Dell shop.

I’m so sorry if I come across as a dummy Attached is a picture I took of it. The card is rated to 25 watts power draw, so if your PSU is “generous” as you say, shouldn’t be an issue. I was hoping someone could look at the links I posted to those cards and give me a Yes or No — I already posted a photo of the inside of my computer.

We had tons of the small form factor ‘s. Coolermaster watt, OS: I am just trying to save everyone time so I don’t have to buy and return something later.

I hardly have ANY room! Mine is the mini.


Posted 07 January – Wyoming USA Local time: I specially ordered this Radeon thingamajig that some people said would fit It has a PCIe slot that will take a low profile card on the riser. It needs a low profile card – probably one with a very compact heat sink displag is definitely so for a Small Format Factor case but a desktop probably doesn’t have much more space.

HELP! Optiplex GX620 GRAPHICS card!!!

Seasonic M W full modular, OS: Edited by raymac46, 09 January – But, if you look at the image I posted of the inside of my computer, you will see there is very VERY little space. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no del, shown anywhere on the site.

And good luck running XP.

And when someone says “if your’s is this or that,” and the thing is, I don’t know what mine is — that is why I posted a photo. This will be an improvement over the on board graphics.