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I have the Omen 880-068 desktop which graphics card can i get that is compatible and can  run games like the division 2 on ultra settings smoothly 

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"which graphics card can i get that is compatible and can run games like the division 2 on ultra settings smoothly "

How much money do you want to spend? That series will take pretty much what ever you can throw in it, provided you have the right power supply also.

There are two versions of the 880-068.

Which product number is yours?

2BU74EA Germany ?

2HJ79AA USA ?

 

The product number can be found in the HP Support Assistant.

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OK so this is your specs, correct?

2HJ79AA  https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/omen-by-hp-880-000-desktop-pc-series/15776604/model/22506254/do...

 

That's the first time Ive ran into an 880 with only a GTX 1030.  :Surprise:

It really all depends on your goals as a gamer and what you can spend. Look up what ever games you really want to play and read their recommended specs, dont go by the minimum required crapola. Do some homework and search other gamers reviews on what hardware they use on those games.

 

You could install up to a GTX 1050ti with the current power supply. That would not run AAA games on High settings though.

If you upgrade the power supply, you could install up to a GTX 2080 if you desired, although that would be really costly and you only have an AMD 1400 cpu. Something that powerful, I would at least want either an amd 2700 or intel 8700-9700 and even then, that would all be a waste if you only used a standard 1080p 60Hz monitor.

 

If you wanted to be a little more conservative/realistic and run AAA games, you could up to a GTX 1060 / RTX 2060 or GTX 1070 and be good. You would still need to upgrade the PSU to at least 500-600W minimum depending on the actual card. Again this is assuming you are using a standard 1080p 60-75Hz monitor, not 4K.

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