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New Nvidia GTX 1080 card on HP ENVY Phoenix 860

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I am using 860-180st(#2MD6270PZT) computer  I want to upgrade graphic card from GTX960 to GTX1080.

My mother board 2b4b support this graphic card?

Please let me know. Thank you.

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@ogol7, welcome to the forum.


The motherboard is compatible with the GTX 1080.  However, there are two things to consider:


1) the length of the video card.  Most of them are at least 10.5" in length.  You should measure from the Back I/O ports to the front of the case to assure there is enough space for it.


2) does your power supply unit (PSU) (600W) have the appropriate supplemental power connector/s?  The ones that I have reviewed have at least one 8-pin power connector.


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wrong forum, this is the workstation/business forum you want the consumer forum  for future posts


a quick tip:

look at the HP quickspecs for your system, note the fastest video card hp offers, then find out the max wattage of it



the fastest card was a 980TI, and the nvidia spec page for that model shows 250 watts with 600/900 watt supply recomended



(i recomend staying under 200 watts with your pc's 600 watt power supply)


normal GTX 1080 cards draw 180 watts so this will work, i would not use the overclocked 1080's that draw 250 watts

on a system that has a a 600 watt power supply


you  might also need a quality 6 pin to 8 pin GPU power adapter





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