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11-29-2020 10:46 PM
Would I be able to upgrade the Omen 880-130 to a RTX 3070. I currently have a 1080 Ti. I'm concerned about the 500W psu.
GPU: GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
Memory: 32 GB DDR4-2400
Storage: 512GB SSD and 2X 2 TB 7200RPM SATA
PSU: 500w bronze rated from Delta Electronics
11-30-2020 02:01 PM
There shouldn't be any reason you couldn't up grade the GPU. The 880 case has lots of room. You could always measure the length of the new card before you purchase. You would want to also upgrade to a 650W or more power supply.
12-04-2020 10:39 AM - edited 12-04-2020 10:41 AM
I would advise you to check a few points
There are several different model, one might be ok indeed, but the other not.
You have a 1080ti sli
PCIe x16 Gen3
RTX gen 4
It will certainly not work to the max, you will have an advantage, replacing the sli with a card of this type.
Check the dimensions of the model you have found, it should not be too big!
power supply ?
- 267 x 135 x 52 mm
- 2.7 slot
NB, I would like one of your gtx 1080ti for Christmas if you change it
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12-04-2020 12:33 PM - edited 12-04-2020 12:39 PM
What HWSense is not realizing is that HP has the Graphics cards specifically configed to HP specs, ergo the 1080ti you have will run on a lower wattage PSU at its max settings (an average GTX 1080ti specs require 600 to 650w PSU's as per name brand MFGs recommendations). HP has always done this. But if the MFG of your "new" card recommends a higher wattage PSU (usually 650w or different), I would follow their recommendations. 500w will work, but most likely not on the GPU's heaviest loads. You could always leave the old PSU and try it out first.
@Prométhée The op mentioned a Ti, not SLI configuration. Is that what you meant?
12-04-2020 12:42 PM - edited 12-04-2020 12:44 PM
Wait, so you are saying that HP are redesigning their own PCB and power delivery for the GPU and are just not using the stock reference board? I am not only find that hard to believe but very untrue, as I have disassembled several HP cards in the past and they are an exact match with the reference cards by nVidia.
I can't imagine that they will spend money and resources to redesign a whole new board, VRMs, mosfets and everything else, as we know all major OEMs like HP and Dell are cutting as many corners as possible, so if they have a reference design that they can use without investing money in development, they will use it. That why we are not seeing custom cooling solutions in none of those brands GPUs, they are all using the basic blower style or cheaper one fan "flower" based solutions.
12-04-2020 12:48 PM
Dell did even worse