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cls100
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UPGRADES??

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Just want to know what graphics cards the system could support as I want to get an Rtx 2070 but im worried about the power supply being able to cope (500 watt) and also then how the i5 8400 CPU would cope running at 1440P 144Hz and would I have much power delivery left to play with (if so how much 🙂 thx

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@cls100,

You need to make a template of the length of the card.  Cards come in varied lengths. Nvidia refererence states 9" card, 175W, and 8 pin PCIE power plug.  I would suggest a Corsair CX600 or CX 650 power supply.  Here is a list of 144Hz monitors.

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