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AbsyntH78
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550w PSU for HP EliteDesk 800 G6 Tower PC

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EliteDesk 800 G6
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Hello,

I have recently purchased an HP EliteDesk 800 G6 Tower PC:
 
Model: 122J0ET 800G6TWRei710700 / 512pq / 16I / 54k ALL
 
From the specifications provided by HP i see that it is possible to have, in addition to the 260w power supply mounted by default, also a 550w (which is essential to add a hard disk and a video card).
(I link you to the official hp specifications :
"Power 260 W internal power adapter, up to 92% efficiency, active PFC; 550 W internal power adapter, up to 92% efficiency, active PFC")
 
I do not find anywhere, a code to be able to order it, however a compatible power supply of some other model would also be fine.
 

tnx

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itsmyname
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Have you done a search via:  http://PartSurfer.HP.com 

to see if you can order the power-supply directly from HP?

 

If you are going to upgrade your disk-drive, consider a SSD (solid state device), because it is much faster than any "spinning" disk-drive, plus it consumes much less wattage.

 

What are the power/wattage specifications/recommendations for your proposed video-card?

I think that 260 W is sufficient for many computers, especially when using a SSD.

 

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1) Have you done a search via:  http://PartSurfer.HP.com ?

Yes , it was the first thing, no results.

 

the others questions are OT

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You did not state that you tried HP Part Surfer. 

 

the others questions are OT

 

I did not see any other QUESTIONS from you.

 

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your other questions...260w is not enought.

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itsmyname
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I posted "statements", not "questions".

 

Question: which video-card are you considering that requires such a high wattage? 

 

Question: can you lower your expectations to find a suitable video-card that has lesser power requirements?

 

Question: can you take your computer to a computer-store, for them to recommend a power-supply that physically fits into your computer's case, and provides sufficient wattage?

 

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it's not a statement if you put a questionmark, btw, i need a 550w PSU. can you provide some hints for it? 

sorry but i'm working and i have no time for off topic considerations, i've already done all the tests, the power supply is an "hp only" parts, i need an hp code (if exists)

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