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I just purchased a Envy TE01-279 (Canadian model) as a Christmas gift for my wife.  She's not a hardcore gamer, but I would like to upgrade the gpu. Question is, what size power supply comes in this machine. I cant find the wattage in any spec. I'm sure I'll have to upgrade, but I would like to know the baseline.

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Since the TE01-2079 is an UMA desktop it has only integrated graphics, so the PSU psu will be the 310 Watt gold option.

 

If you open the case you can check that.

 

It seems that the Power Supply specification slipped between the cracks on the TE01-2079, unlike most of the others in the range.

 

You can look at the specifications in the list at the following web document.
https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-envy-desktop-pc-te01-2000i/2100367765/product-info
Check to see what the other ones with the very same Stark motherboard have and the optional discrete PCIe-x16 video cards used.
That should simplify your upgrade choices and options. I will return here and edit once I verify that the PSU is an ATX type.

 

Unfortunately, I am unable to verify whether or not it is an ATX type.

I do note on  images of the Stark motherboard that there are 24-pin and 4-pin power connectors present. You will need to verify the dimensions of the PSU and compare it to what is on the market.  



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Hi @nynissan 

 

There should be four numbers and a letter after the Te01-.

The letter lets us know whether it is an AMD or Intel platform.

It would be helpful if you woiuld provide them.

 

Otherwise it is not possible for us to let you  know which of the following PSU options is in the PC. 
310 W Gold efficiency power supply
400 W Gold efficiency power supply
500 W Gold efficiency power supply



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Good catch, typing too fast. It's 2079.

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Since the TE01-2079 is an UMA desktop it has only integrated graphics, so the PSU psu will be the 310 Watt gold option.

 

If you open the case you can check that.

 

It seems that the Power Supply specification slipped between the cracks on the TE01-2079, unlike most of the others in the range.

 

You can look at the specifications in the list at the following web document.
https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-envy-desktop-pc-te01-2000i/2100367765/product-info
Check to see what the other ones with the very same Stark motherboard have and the optional discrete PCIe-x16 video cards used.
That should simplify your upgrade choices and options. I will return here and edit once I verify that the PSU is an ATX type.

 

Unfortunately, I am unable to verify whether or not it is an ATX type.

I do note on  images of the Stark motherboard that there are 24-pin and 4-pin power connectors present. You will need to verify the dimensions of the PSU and compare it to what is on the market.  



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