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Vans21
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Can I fit a RTX 2060 in my HP envy ?

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I want upgrade my graphics card and I want to use RTX 2060 dual-fan but I’m unsure if it will fit or even work this is my first desktop so any advice will be helpful.

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@Vans21 , welcome to the Community.

 

The motherboard in your computer is HP proprietary. It has a 4-pin power connector instead of a standard 24-pin ATX power connector. You will have to buy any PSU upgrade from HP.  The RTX 2060 video cards that I researched require a minimum of a 500W PSU.  HP sells a 500W PSU (L05757-800) that should be compatible with your motherboard.  You can order it by clicking the box next to "Add to Cart".  If you are planning more upgrades this PSU may not be enough.  Your PSU is only 400W.

 

Here is a Power Supply Cross Reference Chart that will show you where I got the information.  Your model is not on the chart, but all of the TE01 series have the same power connector.



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unless its a SFF computer you should be fine on that front.

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hi

you must check the manufacturer data

https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-envy-desktop-pc-te01-1000i/32480777/model/37676349/document/...
Check against your current card, it should not be much larger
Also check if all the additional connectors (pci power supply) required are available if needed!

take a look Gaming Knowledge Base   @old_geekster 

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@Vans21 , welcome to the Community.

 

The motherboard in your computer is HP proprietary. It has a 4-pin power connector instead of a standard 24-pin ATX power connector. You will have to buy any PSU upgrade from HP.  The RTX 2060 video cards that I researched require a minimum of a 500W PSU.  HP sells a 500W PSU (L05757-800) that should be compatible with your motherboard.  You can order it by clicking the box next to "Add to Cart".  If you are planning more upgrades this PSU may not be enough.  Your PSU is only 400W.

 

Here is a Power Supply Cross Reference Chart that will show you where I got the information.  Your model is not on the chart, but all of the TE01 series have the same power connector.



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sorry I'm new to upgrading and this my first desktop I'm not sure what a "SFF" is.   

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Thank you for this information I really apricate it ill use to the best I can. 

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thank you I  really appreciate it, ill look into it.   

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You are welcome, @Vans21!

 


@Vans21 wrote:

thank you I  really appreciate it, ill look into it.   



A SFF is a Small Form Factor computer.  This is not a concern for you.  Yours is a full size computer.

 

There are numerous videos and guides online to help you learn to upgrade computers.  This one of my favorites: https://www.youtube.com/user/Jayztwocents

 

Just hang in there and some day you will be answering questions here in the Community! 😉



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