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i was looking to upgrade my power supply hp l70042-001 180w to a least a 300w or 400 w unit. is there a original hp ps the would work ?

 

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@WGC5 , welcome to the Community.

 


@WGC5 wrote:

i was looking to upgrade my power supply hp l70042-001 180w to a least a 300w or 400 w unit. is there a original hp ps the would work ?

 


The motherboard in your computer is HP proprietary.  It has a 4-pin power connector instead of a standard 24-pin ATX power connector.  You will have to buy any PSU upgrade from HP.  They have a 400W (L69242-800) PSU with 1x6+2 PCIe connector.  Here it is on HP PartSurfer: https://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?searchText=L69242-800

 

You can buy it from HP by selecting "Add to Cart".

 

Here is a Power Supply Cross-Reference Chart that will show you where I got my information:  https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Knowledge-Base/Power-Supply-Cross-Reference-for-specific-model...

 

Your model is not listed, but there is another Baker motherboard listed in the TE01 series.  There are 500W PSU's in the chart, but I can't say for certain that they will be compatible with your motherboard.

 

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For reference, I have the Baker motherboard in my TP01-1127c computer. It has the 310 watt "gold" power Supply in it. In my case, it even includes the "6 plus 2" connector that is needed for some graphics cards, though it's left unconnected as the graphics card presently in the unit does not require it.

 

I'm also considering upgrading to the 400W supply and upgrading my graphics card. As noted, it is a proprietary connection scheme used by HP, so you can't just throw any old 400W supply in there without some serious wiring/adapter changes.  

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Thank you for the information, @Tom_W2!  I am certain that it will help someone.



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I just ordered the 400W power supply from HP - part number L69242-800. Based on another discussion thread, it should be compatible with my TP01-1127c with the Baker motherboard. 

 

Once I get it, I will photograph the install process and post it (assuming it's a direct fit, which it should be).

 

It should have plenty of power for the GTX 1650 card I intend. Actually, the 310 should handle it, but it's at the minimum end so no further room for expansion. I'd rather have some cushion for future changes.

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