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createexplore

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Hello i am looking to buy a new graphics card (
Palit GeForce GT 1030) but idk if it will well into my mother board (Motherboard Name ASRock G41M-VS3) i really need your help if it will fit in without a problem please help me and thanks
 
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Please provide as much detail about your computer as possible.Need to know the, Operating system, exact CPU, exact GPU, Monitor cable, exact ram, exact pw supply, etc. Before I can answer your question
 

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I would NOT recommend getting a 10xx card. You have a legacy bios and the 10xx series need a uefi type bios. Sometimes these cards can be made to work with a bios update however that is a BIG if
 

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Windows 10 pro, intel core tm quad cpu q9400 2.66gz,nvidia ge force 720 ,hdmi, and dvi-d im using dvi-d,4 gb ram ddr3,220-240 pw @lynx1021
 
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The GT1030 recommends a 300watt PS, the GTX 750TI recommends at least a 400 watt supply. Read where One guy put a MSI brand GTX750TI in his Asrock g41m-vs3 and it did not work. He Tried it in a Gigabyte 775 board and it did work. Sounds like it depends on the motherboard BIOS. Read the ZOTAC GTX750TI may work with legacy Bios.
 

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You are not installing any video card with a 240W pw supply. First thing you need to do is install a quality pw supply.
The newest card I would attempt to install would be 7xx series and that is ONLY after a pw supply is installed.
 
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