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King_Jasper_II
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PSU Upgrade

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HP Desktop M01-F0xxx
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I want to put an NVidia GTX 1650s (Super) in my system, but the psu does not have the wattage for that. Can I upgrade my psu? If so, what form factor is it?

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@King_Jasper_II,

Your going to be glad you asked first.

The power supply used in an HP proprietary design. It is not an over-the-counter ATX PSU   Here is a spreadsheet.   Your M01 belongs to a series, and the model numbers all use one of the listed PSU part numbers. Because you chose not to disclose the complete model number,  I have to be generic with you.   It has to use either a 180W or 301W for you to be asking?  The GTX 1650 Super is a 100W card, requiring a 6 pin PCIe power plug.

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