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cfhkyle
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Upgrading processor on Hp 500-027c

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I currently have the same Jasmine board as listed with this model. Since it supports FM2 100w  what would be the very best cpu not apu to upgrade too seeing as im using a gtx 650 and have no use for the built in 7560 graphics on the apu

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Re: Upgrading processor on Hp 500-027c

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cfhkyle wrote:

I currently have the same Jasmine board as listed with this model. Since it supports FM2 100w  what would be the very best cpu not apu to upgrade too seeing as im using a gtx 650 and have no use for the built in 7560 graphics on the apu



Also FM2 and FM2+ are completely different sockets right?

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Re: Upgrading processor on Hp 500-027c

Hi,

 

1. The GTX 650 requires 400W minimum, your machine only has 300W. You need a new PSU,

2. There is a list of CPU supported on the following link:

 

      http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c03757575&lc=en&cc=us&dlc=en#N127

 

You are quick - You edited your post during my reply.

 

Regards.

BH
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Re: Upgrading processor on Hp 500-027c

sorry I forgot in my previous statement that I have already upgraded my psu to a thermaltake 600watt because the stock psu did not have enough wattage to power my gtx 650 as you just said, sorry about that. Ive been browsing forums and there are other CPU's not APU's that support the FM2 socket, im looking at the Athlon II X4 760K wich has and FM2 socket and the 100w requirement for the board im using, but will the Bios recognize this cpu?

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