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Omen Accelerator graphics card compatibility?

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Hello, I just wanted to say first off that I don't know much about computer parts and am wondering about getting a graphics card for my Omen Accelerator and saw online that only certain graphics cards would be compatible with it. I've asked around and my friends have said that right now I should wait for the RTX 3070 but I don't know if that would be compatible.

 

If it's not what would be my next best option for it?

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@Alpharius 

 

Its specs clearly says

 

Insatiable upgradability

  • Keep your gaming performance at peak condition without buying a new PC. A large door allows for seamless access to the graphics card slot, 2.5" drive bay, and replaceable power supply.

Graphics cards

  • The large enclosure provides plenty of space for a variety of different graphics cards from multiple vendors, including full-length, dual slot GPUs like the NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1080 Ti or AMD RadeonTM RX 580.2

Hard drives

  • Expand your storage capabilities with space for an industry-standard 2.5" SATA hard drive or SSD.

Forget about hard drive. There are 3 things you need to consider

 

  1. Power supply which is replaceable,
  2. Physical size of the card: it supports dual slot GPUs - Looks like GTX 1080 and RTX 3070 have same size.
  3. Firmware: You need to wait for new firmware from HP

 

Hope this makes sense.

 

Regards.

BH
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