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Courage789
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Upgrading the Rtx graphics cards

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I am wanting to upgrade from the rtx2060, to the rtx2080 and I don't know if this is possible or if I am stuck with what I have. Have tried looking around and never got a clear answer before

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banhien
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@Courage789 

 

No, you can't swap the video card. You have to buy a whole System board if available. There are 2 System boards which have RTX 2080 for the series:

 

  • Intel Core i9-9880H processor and 8 GB of discrete graphics memory (GeForce RTX 2080; G-Sync) part # L59778-601
  • Intel Core i7-9750H processor and 8 GB of discrete graphics memory (GeForce RTX 2080; G-Sync) part # L59777-601

Parts are N/A from HP part store. You have to source other online stores or eBay.

 

Note: You have to pay for

 

   (a) New Motherboard,

   (b) CPU with integrated video,

   (c) New Dedicated Video card,

   (d) Operating system (you can't reuse old license).


All above 4 components are on one piece of hardware called System board.

 

Regards.

BH
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