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Corruto
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GTX 1660S in this model

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Pavilion 590-p0805no

Hi. Sorry for this question, but have been a Mac uses for the last 20 years and want to go back to the light side. 

I want to buy this PC: https://support.hp.com/my-en/document/c06066650

and thought about throwing a 1660S in it, but i'm PC savvy enough to figure out if it will run. Hope you guys can help med back to the right side of computer town. 

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@Corruto,

There are issues of proprietary PSU with HP now.  Rather than type it, look here.  You have the Sunflower board. and the 500W is the biggest PSU .   The GTX 1660 Super is a 125W card and requires a PCIE 8 pin power plug.

 

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