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GPU Question for HP Pavilion 590-p0057c

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My system has a 310w power supply, 16GB ram, 1TB M.2 SSD, i5 8400 @ 2,8Ghz and I'm wondering if the GTX 1650 75w power consumption will be ok to install. On paper the answer is yes but does anyone have any experience with this? Is it safe?

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Hello
this should pass, your original card is indicated for 50w

HP Pavilion 590-p0057c Desktop PC Product Specifications
There may be other examples, because the configuration is different, but, I saw another pc with a 1050 for 75w and a power supply of 180w (seems very little to me, but why not)

https://support.hp.com/fr-fr/document/c06106432

Check if you have the required pci connectors for the card, and if it can fit widely.

At worst, it does not worry much for the computer, if the power supply is insufficient, the graphics card will not work normally, or not at all.



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Hello
this should pass, your original card is indicated for 50w

HP Pavilion 590-p0057c Desktop PC Product Specifications
There may be other examples, because the configuration is different, but, I saw another pc with a 1050 for 75w and a power supply of 180w (seems very little to me, but why not)

https://support.hp.com/fr-fr/document/c06106432

Check if you have the required pci connectors for the card, and if it can fit widely.

At worst, it does not worry much for the computer, if the power supply is insufficient, the graphics card will not work normally, or not at all.



Please remember to mark the answers this can help other users:
please click on the accept as solution button if message provided an answer to the problem





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@XMG34,

There is one caveat:  Some GTX 1650 has a 6pin PCie power port, example EGVA and I think, MSI.   Most HP 310W do not have this cable.  If your PSU does, PLEASE report back the mdel number of the PSU, so I update the spreadsheet.

   Look at the chart, there is a "0/6" in the column, as a warning to look up the card specifications.

 

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Hello Wb2001. My PSU does have the 6pin PCie power port.

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@XMG34,

Your saying the 310W PSU has a 6 pin PCIe power cabel?  If correct, what is the PSU number?  

L series numbers 64964-800, 64961-800, 10875-800 or 03980-800. ?

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Sorry for the delay in the response. I just finished installing the GPU. My PSU does indeed include a 6 pin PCIe power cable.

PSU# 937516-004

 

Also, if anyone has any questions in the future please let me know. I'll do what I can to assist.

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