It’s easy to take out, install the video card and plug back in. Maybe a GT would fit. Posted 09 January – Im going say off hand, that the PSU on that thing wont be able to handle a modern card, and the case wont be able to keep it cool Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next. Community Forum Software by IP. They had a tendency to burn up in a couple of months.
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If you are adamant about adding this GPU to your system and you have money to spare, I would recommend salvaging what you can from this and starting a new build.
I’m not really sure it’s actually worth spending any money on an OptiPlex GX now – you could get a much better spec used OptiPlex for about the same money as a cheap graphics card. I am not sure if your case design hx620 the riser card or not, but mine does have it.
I’m so sorry if I come across as a dummy Seasonic M W full modular, OS: If I don’t reply within 24 hours of your reply, feel free to send me a pm. It’s hard to tell by “eyeballing it” but do you think both of those cards I mentioned earlier will work these two:. I know I won’t be able to run “modern games” at full throttle But, if you look at the image I posted of the inside of my computer, you will see there is very VERY little g620.
Mine is the mini. If someone could just “humor” me and look at the pic of my computer, and tell me what could work.
HELP! Optiplex GX620 GRAPHICS card!!!
Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list. With that being said, can’t really say what would even be compatible without knowing the interface used. An GS pulls less than 30 watts going all out and does not need any sort of additional power cable from the power supply.
If not, would someone post a link to a card that will work? I specially ordered this Radeon thingamajig that some people said would fit And good luck running XP. Wyoming USA Local time: Posted 08 January – Click here to Register a free account now! Posted 09 January – As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one eisplay you are logged in.
If yours is the desktop version with a riser card then you need to be sure to have a low profile bracket as well. You can have it if you want it, I have no need for it I have attached a photo of my computer and space inside.
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They were indeed tanks and work horses back in the day, gx6200 A riser card is just an extension rack that plugs into depl slot on the motherboard and 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. A stock dell psu might not be able to handle very much. Maybe their Optiplex was the “normal” tower size. Here is that photo click on it to make it big: