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Does the size of a GPU matter in replacement?

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Wondering if i need to look for the same size as what came with the computer of if it can be longer? as long as it dont hit anything?

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Hello @Goth 

 

The 880 can accommodate almost any size. All you need to do is measure the distance from the back to the front where the card would be.  Also make sure you have an adequate power supply to make it run.

Otherwise you are good to go.

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oh ok cool ty!

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I should mention that some of the 880's came with a support bracket that held the existing card in place for shipping purposes. Its ok to adjust or remove the bracket if needed, if yours has that bracket.

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