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HP Pavilion 590-p0020 Desktop PC
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I am looking for a power supply upgrade for this computer.  Currently it has the stock 180W PSU.  Is there a more powerful PSU that can be used on this computer that will allow me to install upgrade components, add an additional hard drive, graphics card, etc.?

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@r3c0n,

Those models use a unique NON-Standard PSU.  HP does make a 310W for that case, but your still limited to 75W graphic cards. It does not have an ATX 20/24 header on the motherboard.

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My apologies. I asked the question badly. But, thank you for the response. I need to know how to get one of the 320w PSU. I am sure this is proprietary part. What is the part number? And, how do I get one?
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@r3c0n,

The 310W PSU part number can be found here.  Good luck.

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Sorry the long silence. Family emergencies. Think I figured out which one is correct... But I can't seem to figure out how to order it.
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@r3c0n,

From the HP parts Store

310W L03980-800

400W L04618-800

500W L05757-800

 

 

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This is quite an old thread which does have some conflicting information.

@wb2001 

 

Nether of those PSU units is in the HP PartSurfer list as being compatible

http://partsurfer.hp.com/WSearch.aspx?Wchar=Y&searchText=Pavilion+590-p0056

 

 L04618-800

 L05757-800




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