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monteuxcz
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I dont know where is graphics card in hp elitedesk 800 g1 USDT

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Hi please someone help me or send photo of the place where is the graphics card slot (graphics card) 
my pc p elitedesk 800 g1 USDT 
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Here is a picture of the motherboard for the HP EliteDesk 800 G1 Ultra-slim PC

800G2.jpg

The graphics slot is indicated with the MXM designation.  If there is no graphics card installed, there is integrated graphics on the CPU..In case you are wondering on what graphics card will work, here is a discussion on that subject

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/HP-800-G1-usdt-mxm-graphics-car...

Keep in mind that you will need the 180w power supply for those to work with a graphics card installed.


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Hi thx for reply can i use 7000 MXM (any of  that series) graohics card on 135W psu?

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Short answer is it will not work on the 135w power supply.   I cannot give you  a definitive answer on that subject, but from what I read, if you add the MXM card and it does not boot, then you will need the larger power supply.  No harm to the PC, it just will not work without the 180w PS. 

 

I found this is a different HP thread:

The stock power brick 135w, 19.5v, 6.9a -  will NOT power a UltraSlim with an added on MXM card.

You would need to upgrade your power supply to 180w, 19.5v, 9.2a, HP 611485-002.

 


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