05-16-2012 11:17 AM - edited 05-16-2012 03:07 PM
I'm using the: LENOVO H330 Desktop PC
I'm planning to get a graphics card for my computer since mines integrated and I want to start playing video games. I've read the manual and it says "AMD Radeon HD 6570M 1GB" is the best upgrade I can get. The problem I’m having is that when I search for this graphics card, I get different brands that come in different shapes and sizes, and the Lenovo H330 has a slim case that won’t fit a normal size graphics card.
1) Is the "AMD Radeon HD 6570M 1GB" still the best to get for my computer?
2) How do I know what graphics card would fit into the slim case?
3) What dimensions should I use when buying a graphics card for my computer?
05-20-2012 05:50 PM
There's a pretty good answer here. It doesn't specifically say which card will fit, but it does say what specs the card has to have in order to fit.
I also removed your other post as it's in a fairly old thread and we don't want to split discussions.
06-18-2012 12:36 PM
I'm new to this thing so be gentle with me.
I've recently purchased a Lenovo H330 and installed my old ATI Sapphire "5570" without any problems. My Windows 7 subscore, with regards to graphics and gaming graphics, leapt from 4.9 to 6.9. Pretty much every game or application I have run at it since has run without a glitch. I haven't had any untoward crashes as yet and everything is running stable. I installed the card this morning and so far no problems. I hope that helps.
06-18-2012 03:52 PM
Hi DesJnr and welcome to the community,
Thanks for posting that. At least now we have one that we know works.
06-30-2013 01:56 PM - edited 06-30-2013 01:58 PM
Thanks for taking a look and i thank you for you time to help me
I Have the Lenovo H330 180 Wat One
Do any Graphic cards work on That i was just about to Purchase the AMD Radeon 6450
Is there anythign Btter than That,
Also I Might consider upgrading My Psu From 180 to so on..
But i dont Know what PSU Box Thingy would fit into the compact Lenovo H330 PLEASE PLEASE Help me <3
06-30-2013 04:10 PM
Hi AnonymousSpec and welcome to the community,
It looks like in order to change out the PSU, you would have to change out the case also.
Here's a thread where a member was checking compatibility on doing just that.