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Can I Install a GTX 1050 Gaming X 2gb on a Sff compact 6000 pro hp?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I finally got my hands on a beasty component but the problem is that when i ttry to place it to the pci-e slot(x16 btw) it just doesnt  places cuz of the other components such as a power supply or others.I dont want to get another gpu after getting my hands on this one.Spent almost half of my money earned on it.I saw that you could use like a pci-e riser cable.Is it possible to?

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even if you used a PCIe riser, you still need to somehow fix the card in place. I'd take the components out of the case and put them on a piece of cardboard instead, since SFF case gives next to no modding possibility.

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You can't install that card in that case. There is simply too little space. It's best if you return it to the store you purchased it in. Also, the PSU in this case will likely not handle that card and you are going to see terrible performance because of your lga 775 socket cpu. Just save up and get a decent PC. A Pentium G5400 machine would be fine for that card.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

A guy just use the riser by connecting the one on the motherboard and the other side to the gpu's.He then placed it on top of cardboard.Here's is the link:

The graphics card is almost the same size as this one featured on the video,so is the case.That is why i mentioned it.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

The twist is that.I bought it in another country during my holiday.I dont have time nor money to go back there.

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It will fit and it's a fine card. There's also enough in the PSU to power the card too.

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