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Upgrading Video Card

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Pavilion 590-p0053w
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I am looking into upgrading a video card on this PC.  Currently the desktop is using:


Intel UHD Graphics 630


My specs tell me i have one PCIe x16 socket which i intend to use for a video card. 


The processor on this desktop is an 8th gen i5 +8400.  The memory can take DDR4 2666 SDRAM PC4-21300 (the desktop currently has 8GB, I intend to max that to 16GB potential based off the motherboard type)


I could not find any further specs for the motherboard on this PC which would give me a better idea as to the type of video card it can actually take.


The motherboard model in this desktop is:


Lincs MB

17514-1 Rev. A


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I have added your unit to the spreadsheet. (It will appear very soon).  The data is valid for any 590 series computer.

HP utlizes a proprietary PSU design. An ATX 24 pin PSU will not work.  Here is a spreadsheet that explains the different PSU part numbers. Sadly the most popular, the 400W  #L04618-800  is 2 months out-of-stock. You order, and wait !  The other, the 942332-0001 is available, but you need to search the web for a "livable" price.

It is beneficial to mention the needs. The most intense game-play comes to mind. Then a GPU and PSU can be recommended.

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