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Can i put in to 2B2C motherboard R9 270X graphics?

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Hi, Can i put in to 2B2C motherboard R9 270X graphics? Will it work? Thanks

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Hello @MareK99

 

Technically speaking, yes it will work with that motherboard.

The images in the manual show how to install a video card for that case.

The R270X will use two slots on the back of the case. You need to look at your case to verify you can use two slots and also measure the clearance inside to make sure the particular card you choose will fit.

Upgrading the video card.

 

You will also need to upgrade the power supply. I would for a 600 watt PSU that has two 6 pin cables to connect to the card.

 

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Hi, and 1 more question. Will that graphics (ASUS R9 270X) fit or i need to buy a new case and everythink move to it? Thanks for answer. 😃

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Hi, and 1 more question. Will that graphics (ASUS R9 270X) fit or i need to buy a new case and everythink move to it? Thanks for answer. 😃


I have no way of knowing the size of the card or the free space in your case. Each mfg has different cards of the same type that are different lengths. HP only gives the dimensions of the outside of the case.

 

That is why I said to get the specs of the card you are going to buy and measure the inside of the case. :Wink:

 

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