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Will GeForce gtx 1050 Ti FIT in my Hamar motherboard

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 This is all specs of my PC https://support.hp.com/si-en/document/c05568384 and id like to know if this graphics card https://www.amazon.fr/Gigabyte-GeForce-1050-Carte-Graphique/dp/B01M6ZANMP/ref=asc_df_B01M6ZANMP/?tag... will support my pc thanks!

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Will GeForce gtx 1050 Ti FIT in my Hamar motherboard

@Eyronahron , welcome to the forum.

 


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 This is all specs of my PC https://support.hp.com/si-en/document/c05568384 and id like to know if this graphics card https://www.amazon.fr/Gigabyte-GeForce-1050-Carte-Graphique/dp/B01M6ZANMP/ref=asc_df_B01M6ZANMP/?tag... will support my pc thanks!


No, the card is 9.015" (229 mm) in length and the computer case is 8.66" (22.0 cm) in width.  Also, the power supply unit (PSU) in the computer is only 180W.  The card requires a minimum of 300W to operate properly.

 

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Thanks for the reply! Will it be possible to put all my old components into a new bigger case? 

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You are welcome, @Eyronahron !

 


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Thanks for the reply! Will it be possible to put all my old components into a new bigger case? 


Yes, you have to make certain that you choose a case that is made for your motherboard, uATX (8.1"x8.7").  The only problems that I am aware of are the front case connectors.  Since HP has their motherboards made to their specifications, the connectors may not be the same.  You may want to choose a case and contact the manufacturer's Tech Support to see if they can help you.

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