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Hp omen 870-219

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I have a hp omen 870-219 

Wondering if a msi 1070ti duke will fit and work

The 1060 3gb is weak

 

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@Bigtrav204, welcome to the forum.

 


@Bigtrav204 wrote:

I have a hp omen 870-219 

Wondering if a msi 1070ti duke will fit and work

The 1060 3gb is weak

 


I don't believe that the card will fit into the space provided for it.  The card is 12.28" in length.  You can measure the space from the Back I/O ports to the front of the case to see.  Also, the card requires a minimum of 500W and a 6-pin and 8-pin power connector.  The power supply unit (PSU) in the computer is 500W.  This doesn't leave any power for peak needs.

 

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do yo have any idea what i could fit in there so i can get some 4k gaming action?

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Here is a small, but powerful, card that has a maximum digital resolution of 7680 x 4320.  Review the Specifications Tab for all of the information on it.  It does require one 6-pin power connector.  You can check your PSU to assure that it has the connector.  It only requires 400W to operate properly.  Your PSU will have plenty of power.



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