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Anatoster24
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I want to upgrade my video card to RTX 2060

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Hello, I want to update my video card to rtx 2060, now I have a 310W power supply, I wanted to know what kind of power supply is needed for my pc? HP motherboard: Rotini SSID: 86C6

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According to HWCompare, the 2060 consumes 160 Watts.

The 2060 Super consumes 170 Watts.

 

When it comes to PSUs, I typically double-and-a-half what the card draw is, which leaves lots of headroom for everything else.

160 x 2 + 80 = 400.

170 x 2 + 85 = 425.

 

A 500-watt PSU isn't too expensive.  If you really want to upgrade, I'd go with somewhere around there. 

Most power supplies will have a fan of different cabling to ensure they have the right connectors for just about any motherboard.  Just take note of the number of drives you have on SATA power, how many pins your motherboard clip has, and how many pins your CPU fan has.

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@Anatoster24 

Warning: those models use an HP proprietray designed power supply.

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Knowledge-Base/Power-Supply-Cross-Reference-for-specific-model...

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