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Modjeski10
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I am looking to buy a new graphics card

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HP ENVY 750-100 Desktop PC series
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I am looking to buy an ASUS GeForce® DUAL GTX 1050Ti 4GB Dual-fan Edition DVI-D HDMI DP 1.4 Gaming Graphics Card But I do not know if It will fit with my HP ENVY 750-114

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Greetings!

Referring to the specifications it should be.

HP PC case size:
- Height: 40.11 cm (15.79 in)
- Width: 16.51 cm (6.50 in)
- Depth: 40.49 cm (15.94 in)

ASUS graphics card size:
- 8.3 " x 4.5 " x 1.5 " in (21.2 x 11.4 x3.8 cm)

Here is a link with a similar GPU upgrade as yours: HP ENVY 750-120 (The 120 has the same case size)


According to tests, the power consumption of the card is about 77w (peak) while system around 160-180w. So the 300w PSU should be enough but be careful with it.

 

Best luck!

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PC SpecsHP Envy 750-120Intel Core i7-6700 Quad-Core processor3.40GHz, 8MB Cache12GB DDR3 SDRAM system memory (expandable to 16GB)2TB SATA hard drive10/100Bas...
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Greetings!

Referring to the specifications it should be.

HP PC case size:
- Height: 40.11 cm (15.79 in)
- Width: 16.51 cm (6.50 in)
- Depth: 40.49 cm (15.94 in)

ASUS graphics card size:
- 8.3 " x 4.5 " x 1.5 " in (21.2 x 11.4 x3.8 cm)

Here is a link with a similar GPU upgrade as yours: HP ENVY 750-120 (The 120 has the same case size)


According to tests, the power consumption of the card is about 77w (peak) while system around 160-180w. So the 300w PSU should be enough but be careful with it.

 

Best luck!

View solution in original post

PC SpecsHP Envy 750-120Intel Core i7-6700 Quad-Core processor3.40GHz, 8MB Cache12GB DDR3 SDRAM system memory (expandable to 16GB)2TB SATA hard drive10/100Bas...
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Modjeski10
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Wow thanks a lot I guess Best Buy was trying to scam me when they said I have to get a 970 instead
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You're welcome and have a good installation 😉

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