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Nolan6
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Need help with motherboard

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Hello, I am upgrading my Gpu and I therefore need to get a more powerful power supply. I have an Erica mother board. I need to know if my motherboard has the required 8-pin connector for the graphics upgrade. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07XV7YRSL?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share         That is my pc.

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@Nolan6 

According to the specifications, it has a GTX 1650 and a 400W PSU, model L04618-800.  It has a 6+2 PCIe plug.

The HP TG01-0030 utilizes an HP proprietary designed PSU, as shown in this spreadsheet.    

 

PS<> as a sidebar of interest. The HP Erica board NVMe socket is only PCIe x2, not PCIe x 4.  Do not expect the 512 GB NVMe to be blazingly fast. See "Expansion slots" as shown here.

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So, Could I put an rtx  2070 in here or would the motherboard not support it? Also, does the motherboard support dual slot Graphics cards?

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