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User helder.mggp.almeida

Im at this moment considering an upgrade to my system:
My presente build is:
INTEL CORE i5 2500K (3.3GHZ)
ASUS P8P67 PRO REV 3.0
CORSAIR TX-650W
COOLERMASTER DOMINATOR 690 II
NOCTUA NH-D14
GSKILL KIT 8GB DDR3 1600MHZ RIPJAW (CL9)
ASUS GTX460 DIRECTCU 1GB DDR5 PCI-E

Im thinking in upgrade to the folowing components:
- Another GSKILL KIT 8GB DDR3 1600MHZ
- Gainward 1080 GLH
- SSD Evo Basic 500gb
- Overclock the Sandy bridge to 4.5-6

My question is, will the new graphic card be suported by the MB (isnt it to big)?, also due to the noctua nh-14? And what do you think about this upgrade?

12.11.2017
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The 1080GLH should fit in the first slot, even with a NH-D14. I have it on the ASUS MAXIMNUS VIII HERO on the first slot, with the same cooler.
The GPU is 2.5 slots, the only problem would be in your MOBO (ASUS P8P67 PRO REV 3.0) the heatsink on the MOBO chipset is quite tall, I hope it won't interfere with the GPU.
The other thing I would be careful with is the PSU. Not sure if the TX-650W has enough power lines. The 650W are enough for the config, but you might need some cable splitters.
I think it's a great upgrade for your system. The gain given by the GPU will be massive, your CPU will become bottleneck for 1080p gaming, but you will improve FPS many times over a GTX460.

13.11.2017