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August 13th, 2023 11:03

Is any Low-profile graphic card compatible with my PC?

Vostro 3470

Vostro 3470

examples include

Zotac Gaming RTX 2070 Super Mini

Gigabyte RTX 2060 Mini ITX

7 Technologist


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August 13th, 2023 13:31

Not that one unfortunately. When they advertise a mini high power gpu they mean short card but not low profile for SFF case such as 3470.  Low profile meant half height.  You could consider GT 1030.

problem w 3470 is that pciex16 slot is one slot width from psu, which means it cannot accommodate a thick heatsink low profile card such as 1050, 1050 ti etc.  if you can tolerate installing psu outside case then options are better.

8 Wizard


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August 14th, 2023 00:23

Possibly, but I doubt any would be any better than your on-board video-card (as half-height video-cards are very small).


Plus, you have very little power to spare and no extra space for air-flow to cool it.


6 Professor


7.1K Posts

August 22nd, 2023 02:21

A few graphics cards that should work with your system with 200w PSU.  Some come with both large and small brackets.  Be sure to get the LP (low profile) version either way.


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December 20th, 2023 23:05

Graphics cards that will work for low profile on 200watt PSU.

Direct X 12 graphics cards for modern rendering.

-GT 1030




Direct X 11 Graphics cards for previous Decade rendering

-AMD R7 200series graphics cards (previous and brandend from the ATI HD series graphics cards)





-GTX 750ti


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December 20th, 2023 23:21

Also manufacturers just in the past year did start making a “slim” version of the GTX1650. Its not worth it in my opinion at the $300 price point before tax and shipping.

The asian market place also sells a GTX1050ti in a slim model, but again want above MSRP for that card as well.


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