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Howudoinm8
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PSU upgrade for erica 2 Motherboard.

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Hey there!

I recently had the idea to upgrade my Prebuilt HP Computer, it is now about a year old and the system warranty has expired anyways.

I wanted to upgrade my GPU to a 1660 super (or at least get a dedicated card in the first place) but my 180W PSU is holding me back. I was now wondering if I could upgrade to the 500W L05757-800 PSU. My Motherboard is an erica 2.

The commectors seem to be slightly off and this PSU was not included in a spreadsheet made by wb2001.

I really hope I could get this to work, I really don't want to build an entirely new system.

The Motherboard seems to at least physically have the same connectors and I am pretty sure it will fit inside the case. Could someone wether it is OK to use this PSU and wether the Motherboard can handle it?

I am really new in this PC "game" and could really use some help.

Thanks!

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praveenbv
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Hi@Howudoinm8, Welcome to the HP Support Community!

 

The combination is not tested by HP. So, the functionality is not guaranteed.

 

Keep me posted. Happy to help!

 

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