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Lacuna83
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HP Desktop - M01-F1004NA Power Upgrade

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M01-F1004NA
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Hi

 

I am looking to upgrade the power supply for a M01-F1004NA desktop tower.

 

It comes with a 180w power supply as standard but I would like to put in an entry level graphics card (Nvidia GT710 2GB GDDR5). Obviously a low powered GPU with passive heatsink, nothing like and RTX30xx (not that it would fit anyway 🙂

 

So far I have the following upgrades installed which I already think may be pushing the limit already?

 

1 x nvme SSD (onboard)

1 x Sata SSD

1 x Mechanical 1TB WD Blue HDD

2 x 8GB DDR4 RAM

2 x 27in monitors (1 x VGA, 1 x HDMI)

 

Current accessories plugged in which must also be using a small power draw:

 

1 x Basic Keyboard and Mouse

1 x External 5TB USB powered HDD

1 x USB powered speakers

1 x Canon Printer

 

Any suggestions welcome.

 

Craig

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Yes, the monitors both have independent supplies including the printer.

 

 

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>  2 x 27in monitors (1 x VGA, 1 x HDMI)

1 x Canon Printer

 

Do these devices have their own power-cords, i.e., do they draw electrical power from a wall-outlet (or a power-bar), not from the computer's power-supply?

 

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Yes, the monitors both have independent supplies including the printer.

 

 

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