01-07-2017 07:28 AM
Hello, I would like to learn what version of the video card costs in this notebook? On the chip GM204 or GM206?
01-07-2017 08:33 PM
Allow me to welcome you to the HP forums!
Sorry, but unlike desktops, which use cards, laptops have chips that are soldered directly to the motherboard or system board, or come in the form of "modules".
Only a very limited subset of HP laptops actually allow the replacement of video or WiFi "modules" and, as far as I can tell, yours is not one of these models.
So, there is nothing you can purchase for video for your notebook.
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01-08-2017 05:03 PM
Using the word "costs" doesn't make sense, so WAWood had to assume you were wanting to change your video card.
Are you asking which video card is "installed" in your HP Omen, the gtx 965m n16e-gr (new version) or gtx 965m n16e-gs (old version)?
If so, I doubt HP is going to have that much detailed information available to look up. Its not listed in the HP specs.
There are a couple of tools you can use to find specific details about your GPU.
1. Download GPU-Z and open it. It should give you the chip used as in the photo below.
Link: GPU-Z 1.16.0
Notebookcheck.com had them listed as 1427 and 13D9 in their testing.
2. You can look up the Device ID and Part Number in the Nvidia Control Panel, then look up (or ask Nvidia) which chip is used for that part number.
You could always contact HP Support and ask them. They may or may not be able to pull up the info.