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08-31-2019 08:23 PM - edited 09-01-2019 10:34 AM
@PickleJoe, welcome to the forum.
Here are the specifications for each of the video cards that you listed:
Click on the tab titled "Specs" to see all of the specifications of the cards.
The manufactures may have different specifications for the cards. All of the cards would require a power supply unit (PSU) upgrade, also. The RTX 2060 (1x8-pin power connector) and the GTX 1080 (1x8-pin power connector) require at least 500W to operate properly. The RX 5700 requires at least 600W (1x6-pin and 1x8-pin power connector).
You should check the length of each card and the space where it will be installed to assure it will fit. You can do this by measuring the space from the Back I/O ports to the front of the case. Allow space for good airflow. This is important with the newer cards because they generate a lot of heat.
I like Corsair PSU's. They are very high quality. You can use any standard ATX PSU.
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