Video cards can be any number of bits wide in the GPU so we don't have to discuss that. I see the model at link has a 250 Watt PSU so the ATI 5450 1GB cards are the usual best we can do unless we go deep to replace case and power supply.
I have a Dell Inspiron 530S desktop computer that I've been tinkering with. It has 32bitwindows vista/windows 7home premium upgrade and want to install this video card .. ,http://images17.newegg.com/is/image/newegg/14-131-338-Z05?$S300W$ but I'm confuse because it say's it's 64 bit... does that matter ?....Digger
I think the model I linked before has both low profile and normal brackets so double check that.
Keep in mind these 5450's are as good as I see when I have limited power and space in the machines. They really do work far better than most onboard graphics and usually let the owner "get by" until they decide to go get some gamer machine.
how it turns out. You basically know the history of this machine, it was given to me for free, I cleaned it up as per your instructions , reloaded the OS and added Ram, now I'm taking it one step further so my niece can play some simple games, this is as far as it's going though, Thank you for your time Bob......Digger
I installed this GPU today, Wow what a difference it made. Niece came by and played her game and loved it. Colors are much brighter and there's no choppiness to it at all. All I had to do to install it was change the bracket to the low profile, there were only mounts for two of the three connections so I had to make a mount in one the spare slots for the crt connector. It's a thing of beauty. Everything went smoothly , I booted up and Windows downloaded the drivers ! I didn't even have to do that , It worked right away. I ran the install disc anyway just because I have it . Any way I wanted to thank you again for another job well done , You Get An ATTA Boy Today !! ......... I'll be bothering you again soon I'm sure........Digger
Now you know why moderators and I note that model card. It fits the bill for specific machines. That is, I'll repeat it.
Low power since some don't want to swap the power supply, both normal and low profile brackets so I don't have to guess if it fits. The full One GigaByte of dedicated video ram and about 30 bucks.
It's a fine last hurrah for many machines.
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