GATEWAY DX4860 NVIDIA GRAPHICS DRIVERS FOR WINDOWS XP
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GATEWAY DX4860 NVIDIA GRAPHICS DRIVER
According to the PNY website: PCI Express-compliant motherboard with Gateway DX4860 NVIDIA Graphics dual-width x16 graphics slot One 6-pin PCI Express supplementary power connectors Minimum W or greater system power supply That graphics card you ordered needs a minimum W PSU and 1x6-pin connector to connect to the graphics card. If you have the W and it doesn't have the 6-pin PCI-e adapter, you would need a molex that looks like this. You would connect 2x4pin molex to make a PCI-E and plug that into the graphics card, however since it might be W If that is the case and your computer tower does look like this: If so, then you are in business.
Gateway DX4860 NVIDIA Graphics
You can just replace the current PSU with an Gateway DX4860 NVIDIA Graphics Bronze Rated PSU that will come with all the connectors for the graphics card, it will be quieter and more efficient then the current one, and you won't have to worry about power issues a good possibility if its the W version in there now and will add life to the computer. I don't need an in depth explanation of why, but I would like to confirm that you are disagreeing with their assessment and have reason to think it will work?
This too might be excessive but here's am imgur screenshot of the list of nvidia series pc specs says this model works with: Although the series is not on the compatible list, it is compatible. Size, Connection, Power Requirements.
That's it I believe. The GTX is a small card so size is not an issue.
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The and Ti are also very power efficient, they don't require a separate power Gateway DX4860 NVIDIA Graphics and your power supply is big enough to power it. Next is the connection used by the video card and the motherboard. I have found the light at the end of my tunnel. A huge help to both of you for that.
The only other thing I could Gateway DX4860 NVIDIA Graphics begin to think of would be resources to guide me in installing it for when it arrives; beyond that, I'm set for now, and very pleased to have sought help on this forum. There are plenty videos and guides that can show you how to install a video card basics and indepth. But if all else fails just post back at this thread with pictures of the inside of your computer and your video card ready to be installed.
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I or someone else can guide you with the installation in some sort of way. TheWordSmith Dec 23,2: I got my GTX fast shipping and have installed it. Everything went well, for the most part, but there are two concerns I have I'd like feedback on.
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This imgur contains pictures for both concerns, so please view it: I had a bit of trouble with the expansion slot. Rather than slide smoothly out it seemed to be connected via two small little metal connections that I had to snap. There was this lining around the expansion slots and Gateway DX4860 NVIDIA Graphics story short, I ended up bending it out of working order, so I couldn't put it back on when I had everything in place. Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD / NVIDIA GeForce GT I have a Gateway DX and in this imgur link, first picture, is my power Looking for help with updating the Graphics card of a. GTX TiNvidia $Bench 22%,samples, 56x. GeForce GT NvidiaBench 2%, 7, samples, 43x.
GTX Nvidia $Bench 40%, ,