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IGot5Killzz

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  1. Might be a really stupid question, but when you're replacing the case do you have to take all the components out first, or can you just kinda switch the case without really messing with the components that much?
  2. Thanks, I'm going to try measuring, guess that's the only truly reliable option if I can't find the max dimensions. As for the power supply, I had a 300W PSU in my computer before, now I recently bought a Be quiet! 600W PSU: https://www.bequiet.com/en/powersupply/1279
  3. Found the prebuilt model with my exact specs (1060 3gb), and the case dimensions are nearly the same. Item Dimensions (L x W x H): 14.88 x 6.5 x 14.33 inches https://www.amazon.com/HP-Pavilion-Desktop-Computer-580-068/dp/B076BXQDJZ/ref=sr_1_fkmr1_1?keywords=i7+7700+gtx+1060+3gb+pavilion&qid=1580648822&s=electronics&sr=1-1-fkmr1 Probably gonna try measuring the space physically to see if it fits.
  4. Downloaded speccy and that's what it says (image below). Typed in the device ID with the card and went through 2 pages of google and couldn't find the its dimensions whatsoever.
  5. I honestly don't know. Already threw away the paper that came with the computer, and I don't think it says on the graphics card (can't find any text on it). All I know is that it's a GTX 1060 with 3gb of VRAM. Is there a way to check that through system information or something? Going to tell you if I find out
  6. Don't know the name of the case, but that's the computer: https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c05686933 (there's case dimensions in the info)
  7. Maximum dimensions on the other hand aren't listed in the info.
  8. Just found the exact case I have. These are the dimensions provided (chassis): Height: 36.40 cm (14.33 in) Width: 16.51 cm (6.50 in) Depth: 37.80 cm (14.88 in) Not quite sure what to do with this, isn't there a difference between the entire case's dimensions and what size GPUs it fits?
  9. The GPU I'm looking to buy is RTX 2060 WINDFORCE OC 6GB GDDR6.
  10. The GPU I'm looking to buy is RTX 2060 WINDFORCE OC 6GB GDDR6, I don't know about the one I have now though. From what I'm getting the 2060 should be good if the current one fits right?
  11. I want to upgrade my GPU from GTX 1060 3gb to RTX 2060 6GB and I'm wondering if the new card will fit into the PC. Can't really measure the physical space available in my PC, so I'm trying to compare the dimensions of my existing GPU that does fit in, to see if it's about the same size. The problem is that the dimensions written online are weird and different for every website and stats. I'm looking for reliable information about the dimensions of these cards (LxWxH), so I thought someone here could help with it.
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