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newer cpu and graphics card options for hp 810-370st

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I just bought a rtx2070 8gb graphics card. While looking up details about my system, it appears it may not work with the pegatron 2ace motherboard. From what I've read the newer cards need uefi bios to run the card.

I never see the bios screen when turning on the computer so I don't know what bios version it has.

I was also looking at getting the fastest last cpu (mine is i7-4930K) to fit the socket r (lga 2011-0) and then pass this onto my son.

It's been a utterly reliable workhorse for me since I bought it new. It's stays on 24/7 and I only reboot when windows/av insist I do so.

I'd appreciate any information provided.

Many thanks

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@guardian256 , welcome to the forum.

 

What is the full model or product number of the computer? I need this information to review the specifications of it. Please don't furnish the Serial # or other personal information. Here is a guide to help you find it: https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/bph07555

 

In the mean time, you can enter the BIOS setup menu by tapping Esc once per second the minute the computer starts to boot.  Then, I believe that you have to click F10.  Also, you can find the BIOS type by going to System information/BIOS mode.


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The product number is

J6N65AV#ABA

 

According to hwinfo64, my bios is dated 04/30/2014 and is version 8.19

It would appear from the info provided that I do indeed have uefi boot so hopefully the new video card wont be an issue?

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I believe that you are correct!  The computer was released in 2014 with Win 8.1.  Therefore, it is definitely UEFI:  https://www.howtogeek.com/56958/HTG-EXPLAINS-HOW-UEFI-WILL-REPLACE-THE-BIOS/

 

Here is a HP Knowledge Base article that will give you some tips on buying a new card:  https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Gaming-Knowledge-Base/Upgrade-Video-Card/ta-p/7481981


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Custom build: Corsair 750D Airflow (Full Tower); MSI MEG Z390 ACE; i9-9900K processor (OC'd 5.025); Corsair H150i cooler; Corsair Vengeance Pro 3200 memory ( 32 GB ); MSI RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio video card; 3- Corsair QL140 RGB Fans w/Commander Pro and Lighting Node Core; Samsung 970 Pro 512 GB; Samsung 860 EVO 1 TB

HP Spectre 360 Convertible; i7-7560U; 16 GB memory; Intel® Iris™ Plus Graphics 640; 512 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD; 13.3" diagonal 4K UHD UWVA eDP BrightView WLED-backlit multitouch-enabled edge-to-edge glass (3840 x 2160); Windows 10 Pro 64 with Windows Ink

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Thanks for the links. It appears that I've dodged a bullet on the graphics card.

 

Now I'm just looking to see what is the best cpu I can throw into this box.

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You are welcome, @guardian256!

 

Here is the Product Specifications page for the computer:  https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-envy-phoenix-810-300-desktop-pc-series/7161705/model/7276717...

 

If you look at the section titled "Processor", it appears that the fastest processor that has been fully tested to be compatible with the motherboard is the i7-4960X.  Personally, I don't believe that would see that much system performance increase with only 200 MHz speed increase.


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Custom build: Corsair 750D Airflow (Full Tower); MSI MEG Z390 ACE; i9-9900K processor (OC'd 5.025); Corsair H150i cooler; Corsair Vengeance Pro 3200 memory ( 32 GB ); MSI RTX 2080 Gaming X Trio video card; 3- Corsair QL140 RGB Fans w/Commander Pro and Lighting Node Core; Samsung 970 Pro 512 GB; Samsung 860 EVO 1 TB

HP Spectre 360 Convertible; i7-7560U; 16 GB memory; Intel® Iris™ Plus Graphics 640; 512 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD; 13.3" diagonal 4K UHD UWVA eDP BrightView WLED-backlit multitouch-enabled edge-to-edge glass (3840 x 2160); Windows 10 Pro 64 with Windows Ink

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Thanks for the info.

 

I think I'm going to have to look at buy a new box. 32gb of ram isn't enough these days for 3d and I'm not going to bother changing the cpu. It'll be more than adequate for my son though.

Just have to make my mind up as to build or not build and buy another HP

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You are very welcome, @guardian256!  I believe that you made the correct decision not to upgrade the processor.  The performance increase would be minimal.


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HP Spectre 360 Convertible; i7-7560U; 16 GB memory; Intel® Iris™ Plus Graphics 640; 512 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD; 13.3" diagonal 4K UHD UWVA eDP BrightView WLED-backlit multitouch-enabled edge-to-edge glass (3840 x 2160); Windows 10 Pro 64 with Windows Ink

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This was the best I could find to customise on HP.

OMEN 30L Desktop GT13-0255st
Product #: 1A226AV_1
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$2858.99
Primary Specs
Base HP OMEN 30L DESKTOP PC Operating system Windows 10 Pro Processor Intel® Core™ i9-10900K W/RGB liquid cooling(3.7 GHz up to 5.3 GHz, 20 MB L3 cache, 10 cores) Memory HyperX® 64 GB DDR4-3200 XMP SDRAM (4 x 16 GB) Storage 512 GB Intel® SSD + 32 GB Intel® Optane™ memory Secondary storage 2 TB 7200 rpm SATA HDD Graphics card NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 2070 Super™ (8 GB GDDR6 dedicated)
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Intel® Optane™ memory No Optane RAID No RAID Third storage No Third storage Fourth storage No HDD Chassis and Power supply Front Bezel Shadow Black Glass, Dark Chrome Logo+ Side Cover Glass with Cooler Master 750 W Platinum efficiency power supply Networking Realtek Wi-Fi 5 (2x2) and Bluetooth® 5 combo, MU-MIMO supported Productivity software Office Trial McAfee LiveSafe™ security software McAfee Livesafe (30 day) Keyboard and mouse HP black wired keyboard with volume control and wired optical mouse kit Base Unit BU RCTO OMN DoradoOC Z490 Country kit CKIT HP CTO OMEN 1C20 US Cycle AV 20C1 Cycle AV OpSysSW Localization OSLOC US Technical AV 1 MISC HEVC MEDIA EXTENSION HP Warranty WARR 1/1/0 US
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@guardian256, all I can say is, WOW!!  I was going to tell you to give HP's latest gaming computers a look before making a decision on what to do.  This is an example of one of the best.  I guaranty you that if you buy the components to build one yourself, it will cost far more money.  It has my vote.  You may want to look at a larger SSD in the future, but everything else looks great!!  Good luck.


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HP Spectre 360 Convertible; i7-7560U; 16 GB memory; Intel® Iris™ Plus Graphics 640; 512 GB PCIe® NVMe™ M.2 SSD; 13.3" diagonal 4K UHD UWVA eDP BrightView WLED-backlit multitouch-enabled edge-to-edge glass (3840 x 2160); Windows 10 Pro 64 with Windows Ink

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