i have a dell inspiron 580 will the r7 370 graphics card work in this computer board
Its hard to tell, Dell don't tell us what Motherboard it is but use the features of the Mobo as selling points. We would need to know if it has a PCIe2 x16 port and if its vacant. From what I can see some have an ATX case so the card would fit, others in the same 580 class are micro cases so this wouldn't fit.
The PSU as far as I can see is 300w, so that will need upgrading. Its likely it wont have the necessary cabling or free cables to save cost when manufacturing. The RAM and CPU are very old and will be a bottleneck due to speed.
It wouldn't be a worthy upgrade, It looks like you would need to upgrade everything else before hand. Dell and HP etc are what you see is what you get and not at all flexible for major upgrades.
Am I right in thinking you have an Intel Integrated GPU now, if it came with a discrete GPU you may be able to upgrade it but again would be limited by other components, post what you have and we can see.
i have a 620 watt psu 16 gb ram aftermarket heat transfer piping and i have the bigger case
with the stock intel pentium processor overclocked to 3.1 GHz instead of the 2.6 GHz
i have a for sure on the nvidia gtx 660 ftw working but im just exploring the options first
Perfect, you'll be fine then. Sorry a Google of Dell 580 gave me this and this.
The GPU in question has a 6 pin 12v and ground rail, basically if your current GPU has a 6 pin plug it will work. and 147watt under load so if you use a PSU calculator and enter what stuff you have now but add the r7 370 in the GPU bit, as long as your PSU is over what the calculator comes up with you'll be fine there.
The profile is the same for the GTX 660 so your r7 370 will fit in your case. And they use the same bus.
So you can tick this as a yes. Hope this helped.
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