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hi there i was just wondering what GPU will fit in a Predator PO7-640

skyborn_alskyborn_al Member Posts: 12 New User
what it came with is a RTX 3080 10gb  i was just wondering if i had to get the same GPU i wanted a backup GPU if anything happened to that one down the road will it fit rtx 3080 ti 12 gb or a rtx 3080 12gb if anybody could help me out that would be much appreciated  

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  • billseybillsey ACE Posts: 24,026 Trailblazer
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    Your Predator PO7-640 comes with a 800W power supply, so you should be able to install any of the GPUs that run in that power budget. To install a higher end GPU you will need to also replace the PSU with a bigger one. A lot of the power budget for a GPU is in the amount of memory installed...
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  • GotBannedGotBanned Member Posts: 370 Seasoned Practitioner
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    If you go HERE, you can find the measurements of most graphics cards ever made. Of course you need to measure your current card first so that you can see which are smaller or larger than what you have now. You need to pay attention to number of required PCIe power cables and how many pins their connectors have.

    I'm sorry but I find your reasoning to buy a back up card just in case a bit strange. If your GPU dies within a year or two (depending on where you live), you RMA it and get a replacement card. If the card dies outside of warranty, then is the time to look for a replacement card.

    Most likely nothing will happen to your 3080. In my opinion, money tied down on a replacement card is money badly spent. If something happened to the card after your warranty period, and that is a big if, by then you can get a newer card to replace the old one. As you must know if you follow tech news at all, NVIDIA and AMD are just about to release their next gen GPUs.

    /My two cents.
  • billseybillsey ACE Posts: 24,026 Trailblazer
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    Note that the PO7-640 has two GPU slots, so a second 3080 would allow for more monitors...
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FAQ & Answers

  • JineshsethiaJineshsethia Member Posts: 21 Networker
    The Orion 7000 PO7-640 we received for testing is part of Acer’s 2022 refresh, which brings a hugely improved aesthetic overhaul in addition to cutting edge components. This top of the line variant has an Nvidia RTX 3090, 12th Gen Intel Core i9, 32GB DDR5-4000 and a PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD (upgradeable to PCIe 5.0).
  • skyborn_alskyborn_al Member Posts: 12 New User
    edited August 5
    mine did not come with that mine has a rtx 3080 10gb and i7-12700K what can upgrade it to can i get a rtx 3080 ti 12gb or a rtx 3080 12gb or no 
  • skyborn_alskyborn_al Member Posts: 12 New User
    edited August 5
    The Orion 7000 PO7-640 we received for testing is part of Acer’s 2022 refresh, which brings a hugely improved aesthetic overhaul in addition to cutting edge components. This top of the line variant has an Nvidia RTX 3090, 12th Gen Intel Core i9, 32GB DDR5-4000 and a PCIe 4.0 M.2 SSD (upgradeable to PCIe 5.0).
    can i get a rtx 3080 12gb or a rtx 3090 and will it support it mine has a rtx 3080 10gb and i7 -12700k and if i can will the rtx 3090 go good with the i7 12700k and will it good with a 800 power supply 
  • billseybillsey ACE Posts: 24,026 Trailblazer
    Answer ✓
    Your Predator PO7-640 comes with a 800W power supply, so you should be able to install any of the GPUs that run in that power budget. To install a higher end GPU you will need to also replace the PSU with a bigger one. A lot of the power budget for a GPU is in the amount of memory installed...
    Click on "Like" if you find my answer useful or click on "Yes" if it answers your question.
  • skyborn_alskyborn_al Member Posts: 12 New User
    billsey said:
    Your Predator PO7-640 comes with a 800W power supply, so you should be able to install any of the GPUs that run in that power budget. To install a higher end GPU you will need to also replace the PSU with a bigger one. A lot of the power budget for a GPU is in the amount of memory installed...
    i just did a upgrade to my power supply unit to a 1300 watt 
  • billseybillsey ACE Posts: 24,026 Trailblazer
    Then you should be good to go for pretty much any card that will physically fit. :) 1300W is way more than even the highest power cards require, even with both GPU slots populated. You'll have to post some benchmarks if you go with something like dual 3090s or 3090 Tis... :)
    Click on "Like" if you find my answer useful or click on "Yes" if it answers your question.
  • JackEJackE ACE Posts: 37,443 Trailblazer
    As we posted in your other threads, the 3080 should be fine. I'm not sure where you're getting your information because Acer already offers a p07-640 with the 3080 GPU.





    Jack E/NJ
  • skyborn_alskyborn_al Member Posts: 12 New User

    Jacke said:
    As we posted in your other threads, the 3080 should be fine. I'm not sure where you're getting your information because Acer already offers a p07-640 with the 3080 GPU.





    I own a predator Orion 7000 it has a i7-12700K and a Rtx 3080 10GB  I’m trying to find another RTX 3080 that will fit in there for a back up in case if that one goes out in the next five years or something and because there is a certain size you have to have for the RTX 3080 before it even fit in the system if you get a lot bigger RTX 3080 well it’s not gonna fit if you get a medium it could fit and not fit I don’t want to buy something that doesn’t fit in the system that’s why I asked if anybody knew the right size to go in the system  because  I cannot find The right size to fit in the system because there is a lot of different GPU of the RTX 3080  that is a lot of sizes and I don’t know the right size of the RTX 3080 that it has in it
  • skyborn_alskyborn_al Member Posts: 12 New User
    edited August 7
    billsey said:
    Then you should be good to go for pretty much any card that will physically fit. :) 1300W is way more than even the highest power cards require, even with both GPU slots populated. You'll have to post some benchmarks if you go with something like dual 3090s or 3090 Tis... :)
    any idea what graphic card will fit in the system 
  • JackEJackE ACE Posts: 37,443 Trailblazer
    Simply get another identical 1080 10GB if you want a backup. Because if you're looking for a 100% certainty for any other recommendations you might get on these user forums from anyone,  including myself, you're not going to get a 100% certainty. Sorry.
    Jack E/NJ
  • skyborn_alskyborn_al Member Posts: 12 New User
    edited August 8
    JackE said:
    Simply get another identical 1080 10GB if you want a backup. Because if you're looking for a 100% certainty for any other recommendations you might get on these user forums from anyone,  including myself, you're not going to get a 100% certainty. Sorry.
    I would but I don’t know the size of the GPU that will fit in the system and I don’t know where to get the exact same RTX 3080 
  • GotBannedGotBanned Member Posts: 370 Seasoned Practitioner
    Answer ✓
    If you go HERE, you can find the measurements of most graphics cards ever made. Of course you need to measure your current card first so that you can see which are smaller or larger than what you have now. You need to pay attention to number of required PCIe power cables and how many pins their connectors have.

    I'm sorry but I find your reasoning to buy a back up card just in case a bit strange. If your GPU dies within a year or two (depending on where you live), you RMA it and get a replacement card. If the card dies outside of warranty, then is the time to look for a replacement card.

    Most likely nothing will happen to your 3080. In my opinion, money tied down on a replacement card is money badly spent. If something happened to the card after your warranty period, and that is a big if, by then you can get a newer card to replace the old one. As you must know if you follow tech news at all, NVIDIA and AMD are just about to release their next gen GPUs.

    /My two cents.
  • billseybillsey ACE Posts: 24,026 Trailblazer
    Answer ✓
    Note that the PO7-640 has two GPU slots, so a second 3080 would allow for more monitors...
    Click on "Like" if you find my answer useful or click on "Yes" if it answers your question.
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