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Maximum width of graphics card (PCIe x 16) possible in HP Slim Tower Desktop S01-pf1153in?

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HP Slim Tower Desktop (S01-pf1153in)
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I am planning to buy HP Slim Tower Desktop S01-pf1153in. I have a graphics card (AMD R7 350) that came with my Lenovo desktop. I want to confirm that the card will fit into the new desktop? From what I have seen, the PCIe x 16 slot and power supply have very narrow gap. 

What is the maximum width of graphics card possible in S01-pf1153in?

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you may not have a choice, but I strongly advise against this type of computer, if you want to upgrade it
The size of the case is not the only problem
The power supply is only 180w, difficult or impossible to replace, your card may be too powerful, and you won't be able to change much in the future.
If possible try to find a model that you will not have to change!

https://support.hp.com/lt-en/document/c06953170

 


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