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JDiego94
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Changing HEATSINK and cpu FANS on hp pavilion gaming desktop 690-002bla

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Hi. I'm from Perú and I'd like to know if this heatsink model can fit in my pc https://www.cyccomputer.pe/263-cooler-para-cpu-aire I'm not a professional on this topic but I'll clean my pc and I was thinking in an upgrade for my stock heatsink . 

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Technicalshamu
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hi pls tell me how much power the psu gives?

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If i'm not wrong it's a 300w psu. I want to know if some of those cpu cooler/heatsink can fit into the case . If i couldn't, I would like to know if I could move the mobo into a new case

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@JDiego94,

The PSU is an HP proprietary designed unit. Your is 310W.  Can you look at the cabling from the PSU:

1) Is there a 6pin plug to the GTX 1050Ti...although a 75W card, some manufacturers push the card to 85W, and need a PCIe 6 pin power plug.

2) If the answer to #1 is "no", can you look to see if there is a 6 or 6+2 cable unused dangling off the PSU.

Then I can fill in some missing data in my spreadsheet. It would be a great help.

Now to your inquiry. The stock configuration would not have an issue with temps.  It has not been reported in the entire family of computers that use the Sunflower motherboard. The max on the chip is 95C, per AMD spec page.

 

The AMD Ryzen 5 2400G showed an idle temp of 28-29C and a load temp of up to 90C. That temperature of 90C turned out to be from an odd spike during the stress test that was explainable. Before that spike the maximum temperature was around 81C.Feb 14, 2018 
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I wanna upgrade it to get better temps when I'm rendering videos. I saw that the heatsink I'd like to put in my case  get better temps than the cooler stock so for that reason I wanna know if it could fit in my case.  About the mobo, I wanna move it into a new case to have better airflow and in the future upgrade the mobo too.

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@JDiego94,

Do you understand the word "proprietary".  That motherboard has:

1) Proprietary designed power supply. Unique cables. max PSU is only 500W.

2) Motherboard does not conform to ATX rear plate specifications.

3) The rear of the existing chassis is molded to fit the rear outputs.

4) HP front panel I/O (power switch) has to be re-wired to accept a different switch.

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So in simple words I'll need to buy a new mobo, psu and case

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Technicalshamu
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since ur computer is hp omen  u will not get hp support by changing motherboard . In that case go for custom pcs . If u do not know how to build pcs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hK51upU5bkU&feature=emb_logo watch this video

 

Thank you to MSI for sponsoring this build guide! List of parts below! Intel 9900K - https://amzn.to/2LzZt5qMSI MEG Z390 Godlike - https://amzn.to/2LwiFkyMSI...
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