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Power supply upgrade

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ENVY 750-447C CTO
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I recently purchased a GEFORCE GTX 1060 graphics card for my computer to better my video editing experience. The graphics card requires separate power to run. My current power supply in the computer does not have a plug for this. What power supply can I use to run the computer as well as plug in my new graphics card? My current power supply is the L04618-800 from HP.

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@potsey,

The HP 750-447c, has a 24pin ATX PSU.   The HP proprietary L04618-800 is not a 24 pin PSU.

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