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Can i install RTX 2080 Ti in HP Z440 Workstation?

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I am using nvidia quadro k2200 and want to upgrade my HP Z440 workstation with the above mentioned GPU.

Is RTX 2080 Ti  compatible with Xeon Z440 workstation (700 w power supply)?


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Why not use this sites "search" function and look at some of the numerous posts which have previously been asked/replied to that are related to your question  "z440 1080" ,.....doing so is quick and easy, and should provide you with what you are looking for

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As the GTX 1080 Ti is rated as a 250W GPU and the NVIDIA recommended minimal power supply is 600W, the 1080 Ti may be used in a z440.


_In an HP z440  (Xeon E5-1860 v4), the highest Passmark 3D mark for the GTX 1080 Ti is 14172, where the average is 14244.


Similarly, the RTX 2080Ti required minimal power supply is 650W.


The site as above will always provide listings for power rating and the minimum power supply size.


_There are no listings on Passmark for RTX 2080 Ti performance in a z440. However, the highest 3D mark for any z440 is 14766 and that using an RTX 2070. 


In a cost/performance context, consider an RTX 2070 Super, a version having a blower (single fan) cooler.  There is a new ASUS:


> that runs higher clock speeds. If an RTX 2070 is faster than a GTX 1080Ti in a z440 the RTX 2070 Super should approach RTX 2080 performance for $200 less cost.


Especially if the system is running ray-tracing rendering, the software will continue to be refined to utilize RTX technology.



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