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Hi I have a HP desktop computer 590-p00xxx with a 180w PSU part #l98261-001  I'm just wondering what PSU I can use to get closer to 400-500watts

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I had one of those with the suggested L08261-001, an excellent PSU I must say. But even better if you find 942332-001 400W Platinum PSU, I tested it with all the way to RTX2070 without any issues, even the fan is not coming on, pulling from the wall about 270W max. 

Or you can try the L04618-800, just make sure is the same orientation of the power plug in the back, one of those was on the right and one on the left, but I am not sure which one was it, maybe the L05757-800 500W one. 

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@Anubis89,

Here is a spreadsheet to assist you.

Are you sure of that number, really sure?  How about an L08261-001

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I had one of those with the suggested L08261-001, an excellent PSU I must say. But even better if you find 942332-001 400W Platinum PSU, I tested it with all the way to RTX2070 without any issues, even the fan is not coming on, pulling from the wall about 270W max. 

Or you can try the L04618-800, just make sure is the same orientation of the power plug in the back, one of those was on the right and one on the left, but I am not sure which one was it, maybe the L05757-800 500W one. 

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