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Upgrade HP omen 880 100na

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HP OMEN 880 100 na

Looking to upgrade my Gaming Pc.  Where do I start 

the omen pc 880 100 na has  1060 3 GB . 
Any suggestions as to what Graphic card , power pack,?extra memory, I do not want to spend more than £600 in total.

 

Are graphic cards a standard size, will all fit?

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Greetings,

Welcome to the forum.

I am not a HP employee.

 

You have a nicely equipped system (LInk to product specs) which includes a 500 watt power supply.

 

The i5 8400 is a decent gaming processor.

 

I would get a more RAM (16 GB is good for gaming). You may need one more 8 GB memory module depending on what your PC has now. You could have one 8 GB module or two 4 GB memory modules now.

 

Dual channel memory should be installed in matching pairs having the same timings and clock speed.

 

Match RAM per your memory specs at the above specifications link.

 

Graphics cards come in different lengths and slot coverage.

 

Pick a graphics card based on what you want to do. Check the power supply requirement for the card and verify the card will fit in your PC. Verify the HP power supply has up to two eight pin PCIE connectors available to power a heavy duty graphics card.

 

Regards

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Grzwacz
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Greetings,

Welcome to the forum.

I am not a HP employee.

 

You have a nicely equipped system (LInk to product specs) which includes a 500 watt power supply.

 

The i5 8400 is a decent gaming processor.

 

I would get a more RAM (16 GB is good for gaming). You may need one more 8 GB memory module depending on what your PC has now. You could have one 8 GB module or two 4 GB memory modules now.

 

Dual channel memory should be installed in matching pairs having the same timings and clock speed.

 

Match RAM per your memory specs at the above specifications link.

 

Graphics cards come in different lengths and slot coverage.

 

Pick a graphics card based on what you want to do. Check the power supply requirement for the card and verify the card will fit in your PC. Verify the HP power supply has up to two eight pin PCIE connectors available to power a heavy duty graphics card.

 

Regards

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