Reddit reviews MSI Gaming GeForce GT 710 1GB GDRR3 64-bit HDCP Support DirectX 12 OpenGL 4.5 Heat Sink Low Profile Graphics Card (GT 710 1GD3H LPV1)
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Nvidia 710 GT
I've got this: https://www.amazon.com/MSI-GT-710-2GD3H-LP/dp/B01DOFD3RY
It's the lowest power gpu I could find when I searched for one for myself a few months ago.
As for [email protected], according to Nvidia it can over HDMI, I personally don't have a 4k monitor to test it. (https://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gt-710/specifications)
I mean the thing is the 2600 is 6 cores 12 threads which would be very beneficial to you in all of those scenarios. If you go for the Ryzen 2400g, that's 4 cores 8 threads and you're always going to be missing those extra 2 cores even when you get a GPU.
There are some very cheap graphics cards you can get like the ge-force 710 which have vga, dvi and HDMi outputs. My pricing is in British pounds, not sure where you are in the world but they're on Amazon for around $40 in America, the gaming experience on these cards isn't great, here's some tests (annoying music warning), however it would get you up and running and you could then upgrade the GPU later when you get enough money, and you'd then have a 6 core system with a great GPU to boot.
It very well could be a GPU malfunction. Cards can go just bad enough for basic drivers to work fine for booting and whatnot.
If you don't have another card to use for testing, it might be time for an upgrade anyway. You can buy a card like a GTX 710 for really cheap.
Also, to actually answer your question, this card is better than the 420.
> * You can no longer get a brand new 8400 GS, as it has been discontinued. Pick up a GT 1030 instead.
Also consider a GeForce GT 710 for about $40. Depending upon which revision you get, the 8400 GS has a TDP of 25-40 watts, compared to 20-30W for the GT 1030 and 19W for the GT 710.
Probably even overkill for that. I'd go with something like the GT 710 https://www.amazon.com/MSI-PCI-Express-710-1GD3H-LPV1/dp/B01DOFD3RY/
$32 and only 19 watts. https://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gt-710/specifications
Why not swap out the card for one with a fanless design such as a GT710? After all, all you are displaying is just text, so graphics performance is clearly not an issue.
Doesn't get much cheaper than this:
GT 710 - $35 new, $30 used
GT 1030 - $72 new
> But I'm not sure if it will fit and if it will work in one of the 8x slots
I was looking at this, not sure if it would work. My main concern is if a "16x" card will work in a 8x slot