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AbdulHannan90
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HP Pro 280 g6 Microtower
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I recently buy HP Pro 280 g6 microtower. it is come with stock power supply of 180 watts. in ita user manual it is written that you can add graphic card Nvidia GTX 1650 super. Now my question is that which stock power supply  I used to upgrade my graphic card. kindly help me

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Here is a video of typical PSU in that chassis.   What is the model number of the existing PSU ?

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existing psu model is PCK017 and it is 180 watts and 80 plus gold

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That is an unusual number, but I was able to reference this information. It is also used in the HP Pavilion TP01 (180 Watt PSU Power Supply) part number  L70042-004 manufactured by  LITE-ON as PCK017. Suitable part numbers are found here.  I would suggest any of the 400W PSU.

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Knowledge-Base/Power-Supply-Cross-Reference-for-specific-model...

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