11-16-2019 08:43 PM - edited 11-16-2019 08:50 PM
Hello everyone, I am trying to figure out if a Geforce 1660Ti will fit into the HP Pavilion 500-164, it is a dual slot gpu and I have the power supply necessary to run it. I also have the 4 back slots, I know it will fit into those, just worried about the length and width and height either rubbing the RAM or getting caught trying to slide the case back over. Also, if it is able to fit what are the steps to set it up after having it all plugged in? Do I need to enter Bios or..?
11-17-2019 12:50 PM
@AustinnW , welcome to the forum.
It would help us to have a link to the exact card that you want to buy. Manufacturers have their own specifications. Therefore, a MSI card may not be the same as an EVGA card. I will help you further when I have this information.
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