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Video card for a Dell Optiplex 990

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I'm having a rough time finding a windows 10 compliant video card that will fit into the Optiplex. it's roughly 3 1/2" x 7".
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by:rindi
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The integrated Graphics of the Optiplex 990 should work with Windows 10. What are the problems you get with it?
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by:ronfast
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We are using dual monitors. there is a card in it. we have an DVI AV splitter to accomodate 2 monitors. everything works correctly but the video quality is not too great. I was assuming that it's a non-windows 10 compliant drivers. We are having a difficult time finding windows 10 drivers. Maybe i'm blind.
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The drivers should come via Windows update. Which card is inside? As far as I could see the GPU should be integrated on the board, an intel HD2000 (but that can probably vary, depending on the exact model number and service-tag).
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okay thanks. I'll check the device manager and the drivers. I'll take it from here.
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