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i want to know of the HP Pavilion Desktop - 550-201nx is upgradable to the gtx 1070

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i want to know of the HP Pavilion Desktop - 550-201nx is upgradable to the gtx 1070?

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i want to know of the HP Pavilion Desktop - 550-201nx is upgradable to the gtx 1070

@saaddx, welcome to the forum.

 

Yes, if the card will fit into the space where the card will be installed it should work.  However, with that said, you will first have to check to see if there is enough space for a power supply unit (PSU) upgrade.  The 180W PSU that is installed is not near enough power for the GTX 1080.  I recommend at least 550W.  Also, you should check the motherboard to assure that it has a standard 24 pin ATX power connector.  I like Corsair products.  A modular PSU is good for smaller mid-size cases.  You only have to install the cables that are absolutely necessary.

 

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