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MasonTaylor
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Power Supply Upgrade

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I’m wondering if a PSU of 500w will plug straight into my PC without needing to change anything else. I’m wanting to put in a GTX 1650 and need to upgrade the base PSU (180w) to be able to handle the 300w requirement of the GTX 1650. Any information helps.

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MasonTaylor

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@MasonTaylor 

Those units utilize an HP proprietary designed PSU, as shown here.   It is not an over the counter item.   Your somewhat confused, as the GTX 1650 is only a 75W card, and is recommended with a 300W PSU, not the 500W you stated. That said, HP proprietary L64964-800 has the PCIe 6+2 power plug.  I say that because some GTX 1650 cards (EVGA and others) have a 6 pin PCIe power receptacle.

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