I want to upgrade my current Hp 180w psu with a normal atx power supply. The connectors are different. It's doesn't have a normal 24 pin. It has 11 wires coming out of the psu in 3 connectors. P1 p2 and p3. 2 of them them look like 4 pin connectors and 1 is a white 7 pin connector I think. I don't know about installing power supplies. I need a better psu so I can install a better gpu. I need to know how to upgrade to a normal psu. The connectors is my problem. Will a 180k psu be enough for a normal 1050ti gpu?Please any assistance is helpful. Thanks maybe I need an adapter?
A normal ATX PSU will not work. If your worried, there is a 310W
I would suggest you email them and ask about it. Not sure what you mean by a normal GTX 1050Ti. I guess you mean without any need for a PCIE 6 pin power plug.
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