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DisplayPort for hp pavilion pc 570-p0xx?

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Does one need a bi-directional Mini DisplayPort to HDMI Cable if there's no native DP on the PC? Or a Thunderbolt, although I don't think the PC has that either? How will I otherwise connect DP?

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@Wonderings 

 

What is your hp pavilion pc 570-p0xx  ?  For example

 

                HP Pavilion 570-p026 Desktop PC

 

Your machine probably has same ports as above machine. It has HDMI port for video out. You can use HDMI-DP or HDMI-miniDP cable to connect to a monitor.

 

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Where exactly can the exact numbers be found? I got that off a system page too, but it just had the xx as shown...

 

Also, I want this for a VR headset that requires DP, which is why I mentioned bi-directional, so I'm assuming just any HDMI-DP or HDMI-miniDP cable will be useless (and I read that bi-directional doesn't seem to exist... in which case either USB-C or Thunderbolt, apparently, can be an adaptor for DP... neither which this PC seems to have... so I think I'm going to resort to a new card... but tell me if I missed anything...)

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@Wonderings 

 

Well, it is not a monitor and DisplayPort to HDMI cables will only carry signals in one direction therefore you have to pick another option such as a video card.

 

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Do you know if ASUS GeForce GTX 1070 Dual OC 8gb fits in this PC?

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@Wonderings 

 

It may fit but it won't work on your machine. It requites 400W PSU

 

             https://www.nvidia.com/en-au/geforce/10-series/

 

and your machine only has 180W

 

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@

 

Where does one even get that info from? My system board apparently is 82F2 A01 but no matter how many screens I check I never encounter any info on power supplies...

 

Would you know if I can upgrade it then, and to what?

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(Anyone?)

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@Wonderings 

 

You need to know what is your machine first. As mentioned on my early reply, I assuming your machine is similar with the machine on my reply. You can use the following way to work out what is your machine

 

                    https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/bph07555

 

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@And do what with it? Should I mention the s/n, p/n here? Searching for them online only gets shops as results...

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