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Remove and Replace the Graphics Card for OMEN by HP Obelisk 875-0xx, 870-xxx Desktop PCs

This document is for OMEN by HP Obelisk 875-0xx Desktop PC and OMEN by HP 870-xxx Desktop PC.
OMEN by HP Desktop PC

Before you begin

  • Turn off the computer. Disconnect the Ethernet or modem cable. Disconnect the power cord.
  • Transfer the computer to a clear, flat, stable work surface over a non-carpeted floor.
  • HP strongly recommends the use of an anti-static wrist strap and a conductive foam pad when working on the computer.
  • Do not remove a component from its protective packaging until you are ready to install it.
  warning:
Before starting, power off the computer and wait for components to cool before starting these procedures.
  caution:
This product contains components that can be damaged by electrostatic discharge (ESD). To reduce the chance of ESD damage, work over a non-carpeted floor, use a static dissipative work surface (such as a conductive foam pad), and wear an ESD wrist strap connected to a grounded surface.
  caution:
Procedures in this document are provided by HP for qualified service agents and as a courtesy to its customers. Servicing internal components increases the risk of damaging the computer which might not be covered under warranty. Understand the risk and refer to the product's warranty before attempting to service the computer.

Removing the graphics card

Remove the graphics card.
Step 1
Remove the access panel.
Removing the access panel
Step 2
Remove the P1 Phillips-head screws that secure the graphics card to the top of the expansion slot on the chassis.
note:
The number of screws to remove depends on the graphics card.
Location of screw to remove
Step 3
Depending on the graphics card installed, push down (or push sideways) the retaining lever on the expansion slot on the motherboard.
Pressing down on the retaining lever to release graphics card
Step 4
Grasp the top of the graphics card on either side and gently move it from side to side...
Moving the graphics card side to side to loosen it
...and then lift it from the expansion slot.
Removing the graphics card from the slot

Replacing the graphics card

Replace the graphics card.
Step 1
Grasp the top of the graphics card on either and insert the graphics card aligning the golden fingers with the expansion slot on the motherboard.
Lining up and inserting the graphics card
Step 2
Using minimal force, press down until the retaining lever clicks into place.
Pressing the graphics card down to click it into place
Step 3
Replace the single P1 Phillips-head screw that secures the graphics card to the top of the expansion slot on the chassis.
Screw location on top of the expansion slot
Step 4
Replace the access panel.
Replacing the access panel

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