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Will my System work with a gtx 2070?

So I just recently bought a computer from scorptec :https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Ready-to-Run-PCs/Gaming-PC/73776-SS-VICTORY1060-2
Specs:
CPU
Intel Core i5 8400


Motherboard
ASUS TUF B360-PRO Motherboard


Memory
Corsair Vengeance LPX 8GB 2666MHz (2x4GB) DDR4


Graphics
ZOTAC AMP! GeForce GTX 1060 GDDR5X 6GB


SSD
Western Digital WD Green 240GB M.2 SSD


HDD
Seagate BarraCuda 2TB HDD


Case
Cooler Master MasterBox Lite 5 RGB ATX Case


Power Supply
SilverStone Essential 550W Bronze ATX Power Supply


Software
Microsoft Windows 10 Home USB Retail Pack


LED
BitFenix Alchemy 2.0 RGB LED Magnetic Strip - 600mm

I was just wondering if I was able to hook up a gtx 2070 to this build. If not please tell me what the reasons are (not enough psu watts, wouldn't fit in the case, wouldn't fit on the motherboard etc)
Thnx for your help, would be much appreciated

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The PSU is light.

In reply to: Will my System work with a gtx 2070?

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/nvidia-geforce-rtx-2070-founders-edition,5851-9.html

I see peaks between 350 and 400 Watts and PSU has just 550W total and 502W max on the +12V rail.
While your PSU may work if you see any of the signs of PSU troubles, shop for another 700 or so Watt PSU with a single rail.

Also, be sure your HDD is healthy. Use Speccy and check the 01 and 07 values. These must be under 100 for me to give that a passing grade.
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Also

In reply to: The PSU is light.

I also don't know if the power supply unit has the correct pins to fit a rtx 2070, do u know? Im not very tech savy

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Cards come with adapters

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So I won't be able to answer that one but the PSU looked to have the usual PCIe power connections.

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Maybe a different graphics card?

In reply to: Cards come with adapters

So what graphics card or upgrades do u think i should get?

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The 2070 is a very nice card.

In reply to: Maybe a different graphics card?

I supplied source as to how close the old PSU came to being overtaxed. So it should work but watch for the signs you need to get a bigger PSU.

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While I don't buy LED RGB lighting.

In reply to: Ok thank you, last question

It is a nice single rail PSU that gets us farther away from possible PSU overtaxing issue. Remember I only took the worst case numbers using reviews that measured this. I didn't write it was over the maximum but when you tap over half the PSU with the GPU alone, that's not where I'd build a machine without an adjustment (up!)

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TY

In reply to: While I don't buy LED RGB lighting.

Ty for ur help man, much appreciated Happy

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