? asked in Computers & InternetHardwareDesktops · 1 decade ago

Is there any Nvidia cards 9000 and up that is compatible with my computer?

I have an HP P6203w Desktop

I also want to know if I have to install or upgrade anything else to use 9000 series or higher. I don't know anything about computers so I put all the specs I thought were relevant. I have Integrated Graphics.

DirectX Version 11

Total Number of Logical CPUs 2

Total Physical Memory 4.00 GB

Total Number of Optical Drives 1

Total Number of Hard Drives 1

Total Number of Video Cards 1

Total Number of Memory Modules 2

Total Number of DIMM slots 2

System Board

Chipset nVidia MCP61

Base Board

Manufacturer PEGATRON CORPORATION

Product NARRA5

BIOS

Vendor Phoenix Technologies, LTD

BIOS Version String 5.49

ROM Size 1.00 MB

AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 215 Processor

Name AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 215 Processor

Cores 2

Threads 2

Temperature 27.88 C

Current Speed 2.71 GHz

Multiplier x 13.5 (4.0 - 13.5)

Features MMX(+), 3DNow!(+), PSE36, x86-64, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4A, NX, SVM

L1 Instruction Cache 2 x 64.00 kB

L1 Data Cache 2 x 64.00 kB

L2 Cache 2 x 512.00 kB

Memory

Total Physical Memory 4.00 GB

2048 MB DDR2-SDRAM (PC2-6400 / 800 MHz)

Memory Size 2.00 GB

Memory Type DDR2-SDRAM (PC2-6400 / 800 MHz)

Memory Manufacturer Kingston

Memory Manufacture Date Week 38, Year 2009

Memory Part Number HP5189-2180-HYE

Memory Serial Number A6CCB0E6

Memory Revision Code 4145

2048 MB DDR2-SDRAM (PC2-6400 / 800 MHz)

Memory Size 2.00 GB

Memory Type DDR2-SDRAM (PC2-6400 / 800 MHz)

Memory Manufacturer Kingston

Memory Manufacture Date Week 38, Year 2009

Memory Part Number HP5189-2180-HYE

Memory Serial Number A6CCD5E4

Memory Revision Code 4145

Local Disk

Hitachi HDP725050GLA SCSI Disk Device 500GB

Display

HP 2009 (HP 2009 Series Wide LCD Monitor)

Mode 1600 x 900 (32-bit) (60 Hz)

NVIDIA GeForce 6150SE nForce 430

Video Card Chip Type GeForce 6150SE nForce 430

Video Card Memory 128.00 MB

Video Card BIOS Version 5.61.32.25.2

Driver c:\windows\system32\drivers\nvlddmkm.sys

Driver Version 8.16.11.9107, 9-27-2009

Sound Card

Realtek High Definition Audio

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    Yes, but.

    All current nVidia and ATI graphic cards will fit in the PCI Express x16 slot available in that computer.

    However, the stock 250W power supply will need to be upgraded to support a video card. That's not complicated, but it does add $30+ to the cost.

  • 4 years ago

    It just depends on the size of your computer case. However, that card isn't going to do much for you as far as gaming. With the release of the 295, your card is about 5 series old now. If I were you I would look more towards a 9 series card or a 260. A 280 is expensive, but is worth it as well. Basically, just stick with Nvidia - ATI is lame.

  • 1 decade ago

    To the guy who said his trying to show off his computer, i doubt he is, if he did he would've posted it like this...

    i7 @ 4ghz or something

    and yes you can, although you might want to upgrade your power supply

  • 1 decade ago

    k btw u suck at life for trying to show off ur computer and any card will work with any computer if u have a good power supply and windows xp and up

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