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Power Supply / Graphic Card Options for HP Envy Desktop 795-0137cb

HP Envy Desktop 795-0137cb
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)
HP ENVY Desktop - 795-0137cb  Product # 5QA55AA
Current configuration:   No graphics card installed.  400W power supply
 
  1. Are there any options for upgrading the Power Supply to something greater than 400 watts?   Im asking to allow more flexible future upgrades.
  2. Im looking to install a graphics card.   Is the NVIDIA GeForce 1050 or 1050Ti supported?   From the website, it requires 300 watts and a 2 slot width.   Does my power supply 6 pin connector support this card?   Link below to cards:
  3. https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/products/10series/geforce-gtx-1050/
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@StompIt,

Thre is a 500W version PSU offered for that proprietary computer.

It is spec'd to handle the GTX 1080. See here         Now the catch !  

No one has ever reported owning a unit with the 500W PSU, nor has anyone posted the part number.

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thanks!  So you have no way of looking it up?

 

Ralph

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