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Upgrade the PSU from 310W to 400W or higher wattage on DT PC - Pavilion 590-p0056 .

My HP Pavilion 590-p0056 desktop PC has a 310W Power Supply Unit(PSU) and I want to upgrade the GPU to GTX 1060 which requires a minimum PSU  of 400W. The existing 310W PSU part number is HP PCG007 937516-004.

 

Can anyone provide the correct part number or product that could be use to replace the 310W PSU in my machine with a higher wattage. I figure 450W would be good but anything that would fit/work between 400-500W would be great.

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@Scott_Fisher,

Where did you get that part number?  According to HP it is L03980-800

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Upgrade the PSU from 310W to 400W or higher wattage on DT PC - Pavilion 590-p0056 .

Yes, you are correct the Spare BOM (HP Orderable Product BOM) is L03980-800. Would you know a comparable PSU update with a higher minimum wattage of at least 400W?

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