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Will Be My Asus G11CD-K Desktop Fit a Nvidia Geforce 2070 or 2080

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bikeman25    49

Hi All

 

Will my Asus G11CD-K Desktop Fit an Nvidia 2070 or 2080 in the future?       

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Mindovermaster    1,527
Posted (edited)

We do not yet know the size, so it's pretty hard to say.

 

Edit: That looks like a single slot video card, not a dual one...

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bikeman25    49
Posted (edited)

Oh ok guess was too soon to ask this type of question I realize now

 

it is dual slot

 

Geforce 1050, 2gb,  don't know if Asus Custom design or what

 

 

 

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Mindovermaster    1,527

That's a low profile card. In the first picture, It looked like a one slot, because it is really small. That looks like a proprietary one by ASUS...

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bikeman25    49
Posted (edited)

Yeah so that is why worried on if I do purchase a 2070 or 2080 in the future, unless I end up purchasing something else when I do eventually upgrade it, got power supply  to support it

 

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Mindovermaster    1,527

Unless ASUS makes something close to that. /shrug

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xendrome    5,116
2 hours ago, Mindovermaster said:

We do not yet know the size, so it's pretty hard to say.

 

Edit: That looks like a single slot video card, not a dual one...

All of the specs are on the Nvidia sites for the founder editions and reference cards - https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/graphics-cards/rtx-2080/ click "View Full Specs" and it shows the dimensions.

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xendrome    5,116
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BTW the 1080 is sold with that system, and it fits, so a 2080 should fit also - 8a3e4_asus-republic-of-gamers-g11cd-left

The 1080 Ti is the same length as the 2080 GTX, 10.5 inches.

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Mindovermaster    1,527
1 minute ago, xendrome said:

BTW the 1080 is sold with that system, and it fits, so a 2080 should fit also - 8a3e4_asus-republic-of-gamers-g11cd-left

 

2 hours ago, bikeman25 said:

Hi All

 

Will my Asus G11CD-K Desktop Fit an Nvidia 2070 or 2080 in the future?       

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Those two look WAY different....

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Jim K    11,043

Well ... the OP has a 1050ti.

 

As xendrome pointed out .... it will fit.  Only concern really is the PSU....

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Circaflex    3,428
Just now, Jim K said:

Well ... that is a 1050ti.

 

As xendrome pointed out .... it will fit.  Only concern really is the PSU....

Exactly and that bottom plate can easily be removed if you take out the four screws holding it in, if it were to create any sort of clearance issue. OP you should be good to go, but youll want to double check that PSU.

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bikeman25    49

PSU shouldn't be a problem, upgraded that back in February to an EVGA G3 650 Watt, with 3 x 8 Pin Connectors (6+2) PCI-E , Fully Modular, so re routing wiring not an issue 

 

 

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Mindovermaster    1,527
1 minute ago, bikeman25 said:

PSU shouldn't be a problem, upgraded that back in February to an EVGA G3 650 Watt, with 3 x 8 Pin Connectors (6+2) PCI-E , Fully Modular, so re routing wiring not an issue 

 

 

BTW, you need to work on wire management a little... :laugh:

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bikeman25    49
Posted (edited)

Yeah I know that part lol,  gotta get the Velcro straps around some of them more, or the zip ties, and tidy things up a bit more

 

 

Not a Hardware expert, but i'm learning slowly as I go,  Had no problems installing the upgraded Power supply amazingly, but still a lot to learn as not that great installing CPU's and Heatsinks, Motherboards into cases,  so tend to go for pre built whenever I get a newer system,  which I just got this one last year, so i'm happy to know that the newer card will fit when I eventually get it, even if I have to remove the bottom plate to have it fit.     

 

This is also my first Intel based system since 2003, prior to that had AMD based system, and a few custom built PC's from local shops,  HP pre built, and finally this Intel I7 Pre Built after my Asus M32BC-01 System last year bought,  then decided to come back to Intel Side of things September 2017 

 

 

 

 

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