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I have a Slimline 270-p013wb (Product Number: Z5L80AA) I have upgraded it's RAM and Graphics Card and I fear that the Power it uses will exceed the 180W that the Power Supply Unit has. So I want to upgrade it. 

 

Is it possible?  If it is possible I do not know where to find ones that'll fit. I've been looking at Power supplies and they all seem too big for my small computer.

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@Perla1015,

The HP 270-p013wb , as shown here. has a Lubin motherboard.  The motherboard is a standard ATX PSU, 24 pin main, 4 pin auxiliary plugs.

1) Please verify accuracy.

2) What is the exact graphic card you installed.  Manufacturer and model number.

    Must users put in a 20-30W GT 1030 card. So I want to document what you installed.

 

Here is a standard ATX measurement.  Supplies over 650W are not 5.5, their 6.3"

Standard ATX PSU measurements (324 x 212).jpg

 

 

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@Perla1015,

The HP 270-p013wb , as shown here. has a Lubin motherboard.  The motherboard is a standard ATX PSU, 24 pin main, 4 pin auxiliary plugs.

1) Please verify accuracy.

2) What is the exact graphic card you installed.  Manufacturer and model number.

    Must users put in a 20-30W GT 1030 card. So I want to document what you installed.

 

Here is a standard ATX measurement.  Supplies over 650W are not 5.5, their 6.3"

Standard ATX PSU measurements (324 x 212).jpg

 

 

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Custom Asus Z97D, I7-4790k, 16GB RAM, WIN10 Pro 64bit, ZOTAC GTX1080 AMP Extreme 3 fan 8GB RAM, 500GB SSD, Asus PB287 4k monitor, Rosewill Blackhawk case and 750W OCZ PSU.

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1) That is the correct motherboard

2) My graphic card is ZOTAC (Model Number: ZT-71302-20L)

 

Thank You for the measurements.

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@Perla1015,

IMHO, your OK with the existing 180W PSU.   I will include the GT 710 (5.7" long) for the Lubin MB.

Thank you for the reply.  Deeply appreciated. 😀

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