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HP Omen Desktop 880-120 - Upgrades (SLI, PSU)

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I'm interested in the new HP Omen Gaming PC 880-120.


It's unclear to me whether the motherboard supports SLI configuration (if I wanted to add a second GTX 1080 for instance). The chat agent could not help unfortunately.


Also, how upgradable are PSUs on Omen Desktop PCs?


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@SkyLego, welcome to the forum.


While the motherboard has two PCI 3.0 x16 slots, I don't believe that it is SLI compatible.  I don't see anything about it in the User Guide here.  This would be a major option and I believe that it would be mentioned.


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Thank you for your reply. That's what I was concerned about that and I tend to agree with you. SLI should be mentioned in the motherboard documentation if it was supported.

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A little off topic but have you looked at the Omen 870-213W? It is a little cheaper and specs out pretty close. Could save you a little money so you could in turn drop an upgrade in it? Just a thought. 

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