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TSForrest
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Can I remove the nVidia RTX 2080, i7-8700, and other components to use w/ other motherboard & case?

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I discovered that the 2nd DIMM slot is bad, when I attempted to upgrade from 16Gb to 32Gb of RAM.  That effort was discussed in another thread.  During that troubleshooting, it was the first time I had opened the computer case, so the 2nd DIMM slot was likely defective from the factory.  But, my warranty expired a few months ago.  So, I am getting a new LGA1151/Z390 ATX motherboard and case, and I am trying ti find out if I should be able to remove the nVidia RTX 2080 graphics card, the m.2 SSD, 2TB HDD, i7-8700 CPU, and 500w power supply and use in another standard ATX case and motherboard.  I just wanted to find out if any of the main components are not removable, not standard, or if anything might prevent me from using them in the new case and motherboard?

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Yes given other motherboard supported i7-8700 and RTX2080 (you also need to have enough power PSU).

 

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Yes given other motherboard supported i7-8700 and RTX2080 (you also need to have enough power PSU).

 

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