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"Because the answer to your question is quite literally any PCIe GPU ever made. This isnt Lego.
Hmm interesting...really...very intereting. You like legos? I stopped liking legos when i was 12.
So we have a pre fab system, so your choices are very limited due to the PSU. When Dell design their PCs they build them to a number, whats needed and nothing more. We can point you in the direction of replacing the GPU with one more or less identical in performance but supported, or an upgrade....
To replace, you should be able to use an R7 250/260. This will be about on par with your current GPU. No need to replace the power supply as they tent to use the power from the mobo. They use around 80 watts. £60/80
To upgrade, you will need to replace your PSU with something in the 600 watt range, and make sure it had 1 or ideal 2 PCIe power cables. The R7 360 would be a good choice, not blistering fast but plenty for lowmid/mid range performance. These tent to use 1 PCIe power cable. 120 watts. £100/120
If your looking for good performance with your new PSU, the R9 380 is ideal. Not ultra settings etc, but high. These use 2 PCIe power cables, and consume about 200 watts. £150/170. This will be the strongest GPU to complement your system. Any more powerful and we will start to see other system components bottlenecking your GPU.
When you go and buy your GPU, you'll need to confirm the specs and requirements are about the same as I have listed. Each GPU model is about the same, but each manufacture is different and some may add or remove things like external power.
Hope this helps.
Thanks. Yea the 7500 series runs black desert online in low settings at 4o
fps (so bad) I'm just looking for something hold me over until I can build
a full system. Idc if BDO is running at medium at 60 fps, that's fine but
what it is atm is horribad
If you have the dolla now then a good 800 watt PSU with a R7 360 would do grand, and sell the 360 when you do the big build. the R7 250 wont be a major improvement at all. But its something compared to the mid HD7xxx range. You may be able to go higher on the mobo powered GPUs, but it will be pushing it, and likely end up with constant crashes or BSODs.
In fact, you could take a look at your current GPU, and see if its being powered with a cable. Normally they have 6 pins. But again the leg room on the PSU will be the limiting factor still.
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