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Example: Pavilion 570-p088na
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I have a problem with the AMD R5 435 BB8 FH 2GB GDDR5 PCIEx8 aka as 860619-001.

The fan has become very loud and even though cleaning it carefully it is still very noisy. I checked the forum and previous recommendation to order a spare one from HP Link doesn't work anymore since it is not available to order any more Parts. So does anyone have an idea for a 30w card with the same performance to get somewhere?

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@Johan_S1 , welcome to the forum.


I don't believe that you will find a video card that will work with the 180W power supply unit (PSU) in the computer.  HP has their motherboards and components made to work with the other components in the computer.  The video card may not be the same as a retail card.  This means that you will most likely have to upgrade the PSU, as well.  Any standard ATX PSU should work.  You can measure the space where the PSU will be installed and compare it to the one that you choose.  Also, I suggest that you choose a video card manufacturer and contact their Tech Support for help with choosing the best card for your computer.  They are the experts on their products.


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