HP ENVY Desktop - 750-114 Upgrade to EVGA GTX 750 Ti

The title pretty much sums up the quetion, Is the EVGA GTX 750 Ti compatible with the HP ENVY Desktop - 750-114 and would I need to change the power supply?
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  1. The GTX 750 Ti doesn't require an additional power connector (it takes all power from the PCI-E slot) so as long as the card will fit in your PC you should be ok.
  2. Sinistercr0c said:
    The GTX 750 Ti doesn't require an additional power connector (it takes all power from the PCI-E slot) so as long as the card will fit in your PC you should be ok.


    How would I know if the card would fit my PC?
  3. AchievementMaster360 said:
    Sinistercr0c said:
    The GTX 750 Ti doesn't require an additional power connector (it takes all power from the PCI-E slot) so as long as the card will fit in your PC you should be ok.


    How would I know if the card would fit my PC?


    Open up the case by loosening the black plastic fastener in the back. Slide off side metal panel. Find the express PCI-e slot in the back center of motherboard. Unscrew metal slot corresponding to PCI-e slot and remove metal covering. Push down plastic clip on front end of PCIe slot. Insert card making sure it slides into back open slot until clicks in the front.

    The EVGA GeForce GTX 750 ti will fit the HP envy 750-114.
  4. Dude. You need to upgrade the power supply. Many of graphics cards require at least 350 watts. While it may seem that this system has the minimum required power supply, keep in mind these kinds of computers are designed such that the power supply installed is enough to the power what is there and not a lot more beyond that. I purchased this computer myself and to use a graphics card like that, you need more power.
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