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IrritatedGetF
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TG01-1022 Upgrading

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I have a desktop with an i3 10100 and 1650 Super on a Baker motherboard. I would like to upgrade the GPU and I already have an RX6600 I want to put in, but I need a better PSU. Is it even possible for me to pursue this project, and if so, could I be directed to whatever resources would tell me the parts I need? Or is this just plainly not possible and I'll just need to build a separate PC for my AMD GPU?

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NonSequitur777
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@IrritatedGetF,

 

Welcome to our HP User Forum!

 

Your HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop TG01-1022 (1K0D1AA) has a 310 watt power supply as per HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop TG01-1022 PC Product Specifications | HP® Customer Support, and can be fitted with the HP OEM 500 watt L05757-800 power supply.

 

This power supply has one 6-pin PCIe and one 6+2-PCIe power cables.

 

You can purchase one here: L05757-800 original HP Desktop-PC power supply 500 Watt - sparepartworld.com.

 

Hope this was helpful.

 

Kind Regards,

 

NonSequitur777

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