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jking2k12
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Power Supply/GPU 875-0014 Omen

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Omen 875-0014
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Hey Guys, looking to upgrade the GPU on my 875-0014. i7 8th Gen, 16GB RAM (will up to 32 with new GPU). I see that I'll need a PSU bigger than the 500w factory one, however it being a micro ATX case I'm having trouble locating a PSU that will fit. I see that the GPU should fit based on measurements and that they sell these PCS with 2080 full size cards. Smalles PSU I can find is 5.91 wide, when the existing one measures slightly under 5.875. Just wondering if anyone has any experience upgrading the PSU in this machine. width seems to be the only dimension that will impact fit; length and height both seem okay. Thanks in advance

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HEllo @jking2k12 

 

The Obelisk uses a standard ATX power supply. The width difference between .1 inches shouldnt matter as long as the screw holes line up and Standard ATX PSUs all use the same screw hole configuration. You're only talking a couple of milimeters and there should be enough room for play to accomodate that.

 

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