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jdrolte
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Higher wattage power supply

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rp5700 SKU No. AK967US#ABA
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

I would like to replace my rp5700 240 watt power supply with a 300 watt or greater power supply to use a NVIDIA GeForce GT 710 or better graphics card.

 

Please advise if there are any HP or other brand power supplies available for this system.

 

Thank you,

 

James

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TheOldMan
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The product AK967US translates to a HP Slimline Desktop - 410-010.  The SUPPORT DOCUMENT for that model illustrates  the power supply pictures as a non-standard power supply.  But you are in luck, you can order a 300w upgrade

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA85V3GC9046&ignorebbr=1&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleMKP-PC&c...


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Thank you for your reply.  I will consider this solution but am concerned as it is not the same shape as the one in my rp5700 so do not fully understand how it would fit.  Note the other pictures shown on the Newegg URL that shows a refurbished 240 W for the rp5700.  It is not a simple rectangular cube.

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The information about the power supply might be in error if the existing one does not look similar.  Please post the information on the existing power supply and if possible the model number or part number on the power supply.

" Note the other pictures shown on the Newegg URL that shows a refurbished 240 W for the rp5700" are you indicating that you have found information on the power supply installed.  Please share a link, if yes.


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This one is identical in appearance (size, shape) as my current power supply:

 

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=1HU-001R-002C2

 

Jim

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It would seem the prior information I posted is in error.  That power supply is different from the one I gave you.  sorry.  I cannot seem to find any higher wattage unit than the 240w


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Thank  you for all your effort.   I have read from other groups that the 240 supply will probably be ok with some of the graphics cards that have lower wattage  usage.  I will not be using it for gaming, just trying to learn AutoCAD Lt 2002 version with a Samsung T190 monitor.

 

Jim

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