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Does the 310 w PCG007 80 plus gold power supply fit in a ATX case?

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310 w PCG007 power supply
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I have an HP pavillion computer from 2018 and is trying to upgrade the case of the computer. And I wonder if my power supply would work in a ATX case? 310 w 80 plus gold PCG007

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NO PC told at all,  Pavilion tells zero.

what you meant is will the ATX PSU work with any HP PC and 99% is NO. show me your mobo and I tell you that

and show me your OLD PSU>?

or tell you product Id on your PC first do that first.

now my lil'report on this topic , ALIEN PSU;s

 

As you may learn about HP  , here are some facts I know. (best I can tell, in a HP vacuum of simple specs.)

  1. no spec. on any PSU made, by them not even pin names told (the almighty Proprietary bla bla) 👹
  2. The manuals on most PCs do not even show or cover PSU removal , replacements or upgrades as a topic
  3. HP parts surfer does list most PSU but most PCs in the same list of exact PC shows  but 1 PSU sold. mostly
  4. this forum has a  running short list of what PSU fit what. Some PC.'s
  5. this forum has endless questions same but for vast models of PC and most are not known. (for reasons above)
  6. most PSU by HP are not ATX spec.  not even right sized nor even 24pin cables sets at all there.
  7. Most HP PSU have this odd duck non ATX 7pin power cable,  ,3,5 6,7 pins populated.  and big dark secret there.
  8. and more I'm sure,  like PSU fan controls or PSU thermal sensors, I speculate .  (no blame just a vacuum)
NO warranty answers by me.

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savvy2
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NO PC told at all,  Pavilion tells zero.

what you meant is will the ATX PSU work with any HP PC and 99% is NO. show me your mobo and I tell you that

and show me your OLD PSU>?

or tell you product Id on your PC first do that first.

now my lil'report on this topic , ALIEN PSU;s

 

As you may learn about HP  , here are some facts I know. (best I can tell, in a HP vacuum of simple specs.)

  1. no spec. on any PSU made, by them not even pin names told (the almighty Proprietary bla bla) 👹
  2. The manuals on most PCs do not even show or cover PSU removal , replacements or upgrades as a topic
  3. HP parts surfer does list most PSU but most PCs in the same list of exact PC shows  but 1 PSU sold. mostly
  4. this forum has a  running short list of what PSU fit what. Some PC.'s
  5. this forum has endless questions same but for vast models of PC and most are not known. (for reasons above)
  6. most PSU by HP are not ATX spec.  not even right sized nor even 24pin cables sets at all there.
  7. Most HP PSU have this odd duck non ATX 7pin power cable,  ,3,5 6,7 pins populated.  and big dark secret there.
  8. and more I'm sure,  like PSU fan controls or PSU thermal sensors, I speculate .  (no blame just a vacuum)
NO warranty answers by me.
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