HP p6703w + EVGA GTX 560 Ti

I have a HP p6703w http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c02628205&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&cc=us&dlc=en&lc=en&product=5049510#N74. I'm planning on getting a GTX 560 Ti and I wanted to know if the card would fit. I've measured the case and its very close with 9.5 plus another .75 for connections, since I've read that's how much room I'll need. It'll be a tight fit but I think it may work. I may have answered my own question. Also, I am getting a new PSU for the card. Thank you for anyone's help.
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  1. Yes you should be able to get a GTX560 Easily. And that Radeon 4200 is already a good card o-o
  2. brythespy said:
    Yes you should be able to get a GTX560 Easily. And that Radeon 4200 is already a good card o-o

    Thanks I'll go ahead and order it.
  3. you need to be sure your power supply can handle it .

    Most oem computers dont have a psu strong enough to reliably run a top end graphics card .
    Unless its 500 watt minimum and has a couple of 6 pin pci power connectors ...... it will need to be upgraded too
  4. The PSU I'm getting is the Antec NEO ECO 620C 620W. Unless you have a better suggestion?
  5. funions4 said:
    The PSU I'm getting is the Antec NEO ECO 620C 620W. Unless you have a better suggestion?


    That will work well
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