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I recently bought HP by OMEN Obelisk (875-0141), I'm just wondering in the future if I can upgrade the graphics card and the Processor?? Is GTX GeForce 2060 a good upgrade for this computer? please help me or recommend me things that i need to upgrade in the future. thank you



Current Graphics Card : NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti (6 GB)

Current Motherboard : Edoras

Current Processor : i5-9400f

Current Ram Memory : 16GB DDR4-2666

Current Power Supple : 500W

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I enjoyed your inquiry. It was very defined, and helpful.   The specifications page, as shown here, lists the CPU chips and components. The GTX 1660ti is a 120W card (6.8").  I believe you meant the RTX 2060, a 160W card that can be 9-11". So length is an issue. Both should work with the existing 500W PSU.


If your a gamer then consider this:  Gaming performance is based on CPU, motherboard RAM, GPU card and its RAM, and the PSU that powers everything.  Right now there is a lot of turmoil in the GPU card arena caused by the new RTX 3000 series cards. These cards are severely back-ordered by the hundreds if not thousand.  I would like an RTX 3070, but their not on the market, as yet.

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You can do, 2060 Super or 2070 as well with that PSU. I am running 2070 and i7 9700F on Pavilion 690 with the stock 400W PSU, the total power draw is around 280W. 

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