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AzizSyaiful
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Upgrade power supply ATX

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HP 280 G2 SFF
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

best regards to all friends who are in the hp community.
I want to ask about upgrading the power supply.
Can the PC I use be upgraded to an ATX power supply using a 24 pin to 6 pin adapter? https://www.amazon.com/COMeap-Power-Adapter-Workstation-12-inch/dp/B06XW7RWNH
Will it work out well? Or vice versa?

 

Have a nice day, thank you for the input

 

Yours sincerely
Syaiful [Personal Information Removed]

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DGroves
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since the part number of the adapter you listed does not list the model computer you have as being compatible i suspect you already know the answer to your question

 

to make sure you can look at the pinout of the adapters  listed computers (z220/230 sff) power supply pinout,.. and compare it to your systems pinout

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