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Here is the issue, I need to upgrade the Graphics card because I am running AutoCAD programs (Advanced/3D), so I purchased a Nvidia GTX 1660.  The recommended PSU is min. of 450W, so I purchased a 600W for future upgrade potential.  The problem is the ENVG 600W ATX is a 24 pin PSU and my mother board is 6+4 pin.  Is there a connector that I can use as an adapter and will I be able to connect to the other sockets on the motherboard with the 24 pin PSU? Or is there a PSU I can purchase from HP that is 6+4 pin and can connect to the new graphics card?  Any other suggestions or advice is also welcomed.

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@RobertRay1973,

The upgrade only comes at 500W (so far). Read all of this,  for part number

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I found the part number for the 500W PSU is:

Partnumber 913290-001 

Description GNRC, PSU 500W, 90% EFF,800 TWR

 

This will be a straight replacement for my current 250W 6+4 pin connections?

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@RobertRay1973,

The commentary from an owner (same model as your unit) stated it worked.

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