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GATEWAY FX6850 NVIDIA GRAPHICS DRIVER
Contacting Gateway would be a good way to find out. Upgrading CPUs on proprietary boards is always an iffy proposition.
If you have the stock PSU, it is probably around a W, right? Best answer Jun 7,6: The GT is super weak, crippled even, and 5 generations behind at that.
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Yes power supply will be a limiting factor, but even then you could definitely get a GTX with a stock PSU, and Gateway FX6850 NVIDIA Graphics would be fine, even a GTX would probally work using molex to 6 pin adapter, as long as ur power supply is like watts which im sure it is, it would probally work, but i would definitely suggest upgrading your power supply with something like a watt corsair psu, paired with a gtx or gtx if you are on a tight budget, or get something like a watt or watt power supply, and a GTX or If the above link I posted was your machine, both the card and the PSU will fit fine. Sorry to keep bothering you, but I am concerned about ordering this: Will they fit into Gateway FX6850 NVIDIA Graphics Will I need any adapters or extra pieces?
I don't care about any warranties of course. I know how to replace things, I just am hoping someone knows for sure what my FX can hold.
For OpenGL support and hardware 3D acceleration, I had to install nvidia kernel module, which is trivial to do on Ubuntu go to settings panel, select additional drivers, and enable nVidia's proprietary driver from the list. Once I done that and rebooted the system, the system enabled Unity user interface which requires hardware accelerated OpenGL.
Can I run most high end games with this rig? IGN Boards
There's also an option to select an open source experimental driver for nVidia cards, but unless you feel like experimenting, I'd stick with nVidia provided driver for now. I tested it with X-Plane flight simulator, and it ran fast and smooth. The only small annoyance with the system is that Linux kernel will crash for whatever reason on power off or Gateway FX6850 NVIDIA Graphics.
Probably some odd incompatibility with either Intel's chipset on the motherboard or new Intel's processor. I'd be surprised if this isn't fixed in Linux kernel real soon.
The crash seems to happen at the very end of shutdown sequence after file systems are synced and unmountedso this is just a Gateway FX6850 NVIDIA Graphics of annoyance that I actually have to press power button the top of the box to power it off completely, not something I would mark as critical unless you want to be able to reboot the system remotely. Also, if you visit Gateway's web site, some of the photos of the system in the gallery feature speakers.
However, these are not included with the system I'd guess they are optional accessory. What's included with the box doesn't list them either. Amazon should likely update description of the item a bit, since it lists rechargeable battery and charger!?
Which are obviously not included with the system either this is desktop system, not laptop, eh. More about wondering upgrade gateway fx processor graphics. Fully Modular NVIDIA SLI Ready and Crossfire Support Continuous Graphics card upgrade for gateway FX The Gateway FXu is a well-priced entry-level gaming PC, but Gateway FX6850 NVIDIA Graphics are desktops for the same Contains Nvidia discrete graphics.