11-20-2019 07:25 PM - edited 11-20-2019 07:52 PM
- I have a question whether this rtx 2070 (https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-RTX-2070-XC-08G-P4-2172-KR/dp/B07J63W42X/ref=mp_s_a_1_4?keywords=rtx+207...) and this one (https://www.bestbuy.com/site/msi-nvidia-geforce-rtx-2070-super-8gb-gddr6-pci-express-3-0-graphics-ca...) is compatible with my pc.
11-20-2019 09:46 PM
Is this a model you haven't purchased yet or you have it already?
Most likely yes it will fit as its 10.6 inches long. The best way to know is to is to measure the inside from end to the other end of the available space.
Since the Amazon Ad doesn't specify the exact model number, I can only assume it has a 500w PSU. If so, you would want to upgrade it to a higher wattage PSU. That EVGA wants at least 550w.
Also know that the EVGA card uses Open Air cooling and the case is designed to use rear exhaust cooling. You might notice more heat build up with the CPU possibly, so keep and eye on it.
IF you haven't purchased the Omen yet, why not just buy one with the RTX 2070 already installed? Then it will have the proper cooling and PSU.
Just a thought.
11-21-2019 11:39 AM
For the price, 550 through 650 will be close to the same. I would simply stick with a good name brand like Corsair, EVGA, SeaSonic, etc.
I don't know if you have the windowed side panel, but I would still consider what will give you good cable management also.
Here are a couple on the cheaper and more costly ends that will work as an example...
https://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Bronze-Certified-Modular Semi Modular $69.
https://www.amazon.com/CORSAIR-Certified-Modular Full Modular $110
What ever you decide, I wouldn't cheap out on the power supply. In broad terms, the higher end PSUs will have better parts and circuit design, generally speaking.