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06-08-2022 07:34 PM - edited 06-08-2022 07:37 PM
@Jmill1993 , welcome to the Community.
Here is a HP Knowledge Base article that will explain what to consider when adding or upgrading the video card in your computer. Once you read the article you will have a better idea which cards will work with your motherboard. The three main things to consider are: 1) the length of the card, 2) the wattage required to run it properly and 3) the type of supplemental power connectors required. The power supply unit (PSU) is 500W w/ 2x3 (6 pin) supplemental power connector. If you need more for the card you choose you will have to upgrade the PSU, also.
Here are the Product Specifications for the computer. Read the section titled "Video graphics" carefully. It gives you all of the necessary specifications for the video slot.
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06-19-2022 01:21 AM
With your kind indulgence, I would like to provide specific compatible graphics cards information to @Jmill1993 for his OMEN By HP Obelisk Desktop 875-0014 (4NM65AA) fitted with an Edoras (HP ID: 84FD) motherboard.
If you look at real-time OMEN By HP Obelisk Desktop 875-0014 (4NM65AA) users here: OMEN By HP Obelisk Desktop 875-0014 - UserBenchmark Search, one can find a nice selection of less expensive to more expensive GPUs that are known to be compatible and capable to be powered by his 500 watt (HP p/n: L26279-800 ("Power Supply - GNRC PSU 500W Persan FR") power supply:
1.) Nvidia GTX 1060-3GB
2.) Nvidia GTX 1660 S (Super)
3.) Nvidia RTX 3060
4.) Nvidia RTX 2060
Hope this was helpful.
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