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HP Pavilion 570-p038no
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Hello! Im asking can i change the psu from the original (180w) to atx psu because the 180 to little for me. And can i change the R5 Gpu to any low profile gpu if i get a bigger Power? Thanks - computeruser

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Like to this Corsair VS350 Atx or any kind of atx supply if i check it has all the correct wires for the board and stuff? 

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@computeruser99
Thank you for posting on the HP Support Community.

  • Did you check the product specs of the graphics cards?

For now please check these links out:

  • Product specs of the computer: http://hp.care/2fZjfbB
  • The internal power supply is 180 W uATX Energy Star 6.0 internal power supply

The motherboard Willow2 specs are: http://hp.care/2fXAD0c

It has integrated graphics. However, it has Expansion slots to add graphics cards.

  • One PCIe x16 socket

  • One M.2 socket 1, key A

  • One M.2 socket 3, key M

Look under expansion cards.

  • Your motherboard checks all the right boxes for the Graphics card and it should be compatible with the computer.
  • However, the power supply required for the graphics card is 300W.
  • So If you plan to upgrade the graphics card, you will also need to upgrade the power supply of the computer to 300 W.

Some points to remember.

  • Please update the bios to its latest version.
  • Make sure that the form factor of the car matches the slot of the computer.
  • Ensure that the new power supply form factor fits the computer.

Hope this helps! Keep me posted for further assistance.
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