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Prodesk 600 g5 SFF Max GPU dimensions

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Prodesk 600 G5 SFF
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Hi, i just bought a Prodesk 600 G5 (small form factor variant) and i wonder what are the maximun dimensions of a external GPU that would fit inside, i couldn't find specs, but in the pictures and vids on youtube i saw that the power supply is super close to the pci-e x16 port.

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@Pataq23 , welcome to the forum.

 

Here is the Maintenance and Service Guide for the computer: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c06442415

 

On Page 9 is a list of video cards that could have been ordered with the computer.  I suggest that you open the case to get some measurements.  Here are the specifications for the AMD Radeon R7 430 2-GB: https://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/GetPDF.aspx/c06042166.pdf

 

This will give you an idea of what size the card can be.  The only concern that I have is that in some instances the cards have to be purchased at the time you buy the computer.  HP has their components made to their specifications and they are not necessarily the same as a retail version.  So, the cards in the list may not be retail versions.




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@Pataq23 , welcome to the forum.

 

Here is the Maintenance and Service Guide for the computer: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c06442415

 

On Page 9 is a list of video cards that could have been ordered with the computer.  I suggest that you open the case to get some measurements.  Here are the specifications for the AMD Radeon R7 430 2-GB: https://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/GetPDF.aspx/c06042166.pdf

 

This will give you an idea of what size the card can be.  The only concern that I have is that in some instances the cards have to be purchased at the time you buy the computer.  HP has their components made to their specifications and they are not necessarily the same as a retail version.  So, the cards in the list may not be retail versions.




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Hi! Thanks for the reply, I don't have the pc with me (yet). Thanks for the datasheet, I suppose that 2.15cm is the limit, I saw a video on youtube from hp changing a pci gpu (it seemed like the r7 430) and there wasn't much space left within the board and the power supply. On the other hand I find out there is people putting geforce gt1030 on it without problems (not listed in hp pag) and was curious about a 1050 but that has like 3.5cm so there is no chance.

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You are welcome, @Pataq23!

 

The Guide that I provided is very helpful.  It has all of the information for Authorized Service providers.  The main thing to consider is how much heat will be developed.  In these mini-cases it is very difficult to get good airflow.

 

Good luck!




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