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Could a NVIDIA GTX 750 TI fit into a HP 570-P023W?

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Measure the clearance and then have a look here where there is a list of almost every 750 Ti and their sizes. As you can see from that, the stock card will fit fine but some/most custom cards may not.

Something like this would be a good choice.

Note that most 750 Ti are larger than the stock size. If you find an OEM card then it will fir for sure. Make sure you actually see pictures of what you are buying as some of them are much longer than the stock card.

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3 hours ago, Madgemade said:

Measure the clearance and then have a look here where there is a list of almost every 750 Ti and their sizes. As you can see from that, the stock card will fit fine but some/most custom cards may not.

Something like this would be a good choice.

Note that most 750 Ti are larger than the stock size. If you find an OEM card then it will fir for sure. Make sure you actually see pictures of what you are buying as some of them are much longer than the stock card.

 

FDB1517A-A59E-4A7D-8AEF-64A3D78AD26F.jpegThat is the gpu I want to add

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Will fit fine.

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