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Upgrade TP01-1100ng

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Hello community, 

last few hours I have read some threads, found this great chart but no answer to my dektop pc.

 

I want to upgrade the HP Pavilion TP01-1100ng with a graphics card MSI Radeon RX 5500 XT 8 GB.

First of all the graphics card needs a PCIe power plug. The built-in HP power supply has no PCIe plug.
Part two, the supply only comes with 180 watts (Part Number L70042-004).
IMHO I need more than 450 W. Aftermarket ATX power supplies won't work, because the Baker Mainboard (SSID: 8767) has proprietary connections P1 4 Pin Power, P2 7 Pin PWRCMD and P3 PWR CPU.


Finally my questions:

Is there any compatible power supply I can use for? Or probably an adapter for an ATX power supply?

Thanks a lot!

some specs:

Radeon-RX-5500-XT 

HP support TP01-1100ng 

Baker Mainboard specs 

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@Diligens87,

Thank you for the comment, as I created that chart. Your PSU # was interesting. I did not know it existed.

There is no adapter for a 24 pin  ATX PSU, nor would I ever advise so. The MSI RX 5500 XT is a 140W card,  so you need at least the 400W.  IMHO, the 500W L05757-800 is the better choice.   The chart has the different part numbers for the 400W and 500W unit(s).   That card is 9.72 inches long, so try a heavy gauge cardboard template 4.3" x 9.75" to test if it will drop into the slot length.

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@Diligens87,

Thank you for the comment, as I created that chart. Your PSU # was interesting. I did not know it existed.

There is no adapter for a 24 pin  ATX PSU, nor would I ever advise so. The MSI RX 5500 XT is a 140W card,  so you need at least the 400W.  IMHO, the 500W L05757-800 is the better choice.   The chart has the different part numbers for the 400W and 500W unit(s).   That card is 9.72 inches long, so try a heavy gauge cardboard template 4.3" x 9.75" to test if it will drop into the slot length.

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Custom Asus Z97D, I7-4790k, 16GB RAM, WIN10 Pro 64bit, ZOTAC GTX1080 AMP Extreme 3 fan 8GB RAM, 500GB SSD, Asus PB287 4k monitor, Rosewill Blackhawk case and 750W OCZ PSU.

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@Wb2001

Thanks for your answer and please apologize the german links.

I've found a local dealer and bought the 500 W PSU. It works great. 

That graphics card fits into the Mini Tower very well - just an ATX 8-PIN adapter with 180 degrees I recommend for this size of card.

 

Thank you an best regards

Stephan

 

Maybe someone looks for the same:

Dealer in Germany

8-PIN-ATX-Adapter180 degree

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