XPS 435 t - graphics card double slot?

I guess we can integrate a video card double slot the existing PCI-Express 2.0 16 slot. I do not if I hide the adjacent PCI 1 slot because it is empty.

If dual slot graphics cards stack up?

It's absolutely, positively FALSE.

Why say that?

The Studio XPS 435 / 9000 video slots has full size. Total and 6 locations.

A range of maps of graphics ATI including the Radeon HD3450, HD3650 HD4670, of the HD4850 and HD4870

The map in the image below is a DOUBLE WIDE 4870.

I recommend the upgrade of a corsair CS750M power supply if you plan to use a map of hunger of power such as Geforce 960 because the 475W stock power is a bit too small IMHO.  I had an EVGA GeForce GTX 960 SuperSC ACX 2.0 + 2 GB memory GDDR5 128 bit, 02 G-P4-2966-KR to work with the power supply but I was not comfortable leaving in this way.

The Studio XPS 435 t uses 1333 MHz DDR3 non - ECC and non - ECC DDR3 1066 MHz.

The User Guide , page 24.

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