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Will an RTX 2060 6gb graphics card fit in the Erica motherboard?

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@Nolan6,

Yes, the difference is almost 100W.  You would need the 500W PSU.

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@Nolan6 

 

This is depending on your machine, not just motherboard. What is your machine ? Does it have physical room for the card ? Does your machine have enough power to run the card ? ...

 

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The amazon page says the following: There is one 2.5" internal bay available. You can upgrade to 32 gigabytes DDR4-2666 SDRAM. There are 1 PCIe x1; 1 PCIe x16 and 1 M.2 slot for a solid-state drive on this desktop. If you upgrade the graphics card, you may have to upgrade the power supply. This comes with 310-watt power supply. So is that enough space for that card? If not, what cards can fit?

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@Nolan6,

I sent @banhien the info, but maybe the time differential is too great.

Your HP TG01-0030 specs are here. It sports a 400W PSU and a GTX 1650 card, supposedly.

The 400W PSU has an existing PCIe 6+2 power plug dangling, unless your GTX 1650 needed it.

1) Here is my spreadsheet,  which I hope more members will share.  Computers are "series" designs, and all conform to a basic hardware source.  HP PSU's are strictly proprietary designs, and work across the entire series.

2) GPU cards are another issue. The simple answer is a cardboard template. You lookup a card, and make a template that length. If it drops into place, then your 1/2 way there. Then pick the correct wattage PSU.

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So if I got the rtx 2060, I would most likely need to get a new psu?
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@Nolan6,

Yes, the difference is almost 100W.  You would need the 500W PSU.

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