Question about E-Machines T6520 PC Desktop
Is a radeon 6570 graphic card compatible with a emachine T6520 desktop
Yes as long as your T6520 comes with at least a 400 watt power supply. It has the required 16x PCI Express slot.
Posted on Feb 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did you try to after you install the card to go into the control panel and install new hardware in the add new hardware. If I understand you, when you plug the monitor into the new video card it does not turn the monitor on, Even after you install the card and reboot your pc with the monitor plugged into the new device it don't come on, Make sure the old one is disabed in the device manager and it should work, If Not I need somemore information, You should not have to have changed it in the bios, you may want to change that back to the way it was, the radeon is compatible with the emachine and should work just by installing and plugging into it,Try that see what happens.Hope it helps Happy Holidays Just write back here if that don't work and I 'll figure it out for you,
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
you can install a PCI vedio card to enhance video quality. a 128mb will do the thing. The integrated sound card you have is good enough, to maximise the sound install good quality speakers with subwooper or boosters
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
SOURCE: Can I upgrade my graphics card?
they do sell pci express 1x slot video cards, is it really much of an upgrade?? no
however here ya go
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
SOURCE: eMachine Video Card upgrade
Ok so are you getting video from the card? Look in system information and see what graphics hardware the computers says is installed. Are you replacing a video card or did you add a card to the system? If you are adding a card make sure that you change the settings in the BIOS to boot first on AGP/PCI-E express slot. Make sure that fast write settings and bus speed settings are compatible with your card. For example if you purchased a 8X AGP card and your computer only does 4X the card may not work. Double check that you are trying to install the correct drivers for your card and operating system.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
Google both "PCIe" and " AGP " in images to see what one best matches your old graphics card. After that you can go on newegg.com or another electronics store, even possibly a bestbuy and purchase a card with the same style of port. If you do not have a PCIe or a AGP slot on your machine then you may not be able to upgrade the graphics.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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