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Oldman005
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Compatible graphics card

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I noticed how small the inside of my computer case is. Was wondering if any RTX 2060 and up would fit in here. There's about 10 inches and a half of space. Currently have a gtx 1560 super in there.

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@Oldman005,

Here is your unit, as shown.   The GTX 1650 Super is a100W card, the RTX 2060 is a 160W card.  You would need to find a card that is the same length of your existing GPU, and add the L05757-800 PSU (500W) to the system. See this spreadsheet.  Wish you picture had been a full chassis pic and more level.  No one has ever see an Erica board.  And why did you blank/smear over the M.2 device? It is not a state secret.  How wide is that motherboard?

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