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Need to upgrade PSU to a compatible  higher wattage output PSUHP. Which ones are available?

PC is M01-F1002na with Baker MS 11 Rev A motherboard.

 

Thanks in advance for any feedback.

 

 

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@Filmtechie -- a few web-sites:

 

1. Your computer:   https://support.hp.com/lt-en/document/c06681721

 

2. Another thread in this discussion that gives relevant information:

 

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Is-it-possible-to-upgrade-the-P...

 

3. the hardware manual: http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c06425327.pdf

 

 

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Thank you for your info on this thread. I had presumed the differences with the P2 command lead on the PSU,s were related to the internal fan type control  once I had opened both up . I did not have schematics for the 180w or 500w units but did have the baker MS board one eventually. I have now fitted the 500w PSU and an MSI (NVidia) GT1030 graphics card as required display port capability as well as HDMI and after careful monitoring of voltages etc find that everything is fine. Currently the Graphics card used does not require the additional supply rails provided by the 500w PSU . I can now fit additional  hard drives and Ram as well without worrying about current capabilities.

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@Filmtechie -- I can now fit additional  hard drives 

 

One very-old 3.5-inch Samsung desktop IDE-interface disk-drive that I have lists: +12V DC 0.5A and +6V DC 0.6A

That is 6 Watts and 3.6 Watts., for a total of 9.6 Watts.

So, at less than 10 Watts per disk-drive, you can easily(?) add TEN disk-drives, consuming 100 Watts.  🙂

 

A much-newer 3.5-inch Seagate desktop SATA-interface disk-drive lists: +5V 0.316 A and 12V 0.155 A,  for a total of 3.44 Watts

 

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@dharmendra321 -- the hardware maintenance manual for some HP printers indicates that some models have a pin-hole that can be used to "factory-reset" the printer.

 

 

 

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The graphics card requirement was my primary concern. I realise several hard drives and memory upgrades were not going to compromise the 180w psu installed, having spent many years servicing , upgrading, and building high-end audio equipment (I am in  my 78th year now and was in tv in studio, OB,s Film crews, and specialist Sound maintenance, for 4+ decades ). I always made sure that power supplies used quality components and had plenty of headroom and high stability. I also like to have complete circuit schematics when amending or altering any electronic equipment. Thanks once again for enabling me to successfully complete the update on my most recently acquired  device. The primary reason for obtaining this machine was to be able to provide feedback as a windows insider on a computer that complied in full with the current win 11 installs, without fiddling with the registry on some of my other units,  incidentally all HP devices. (3 different generation elite books and a Z230 tower currently- all obtained over time as refurbished units.)

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