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Envy TE01-0020
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Interested in installing new graphics card for video editing. Concerned about installing new power supply and graphics card

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Greetings,

Welcome to the forum.

I am not a HP employee.

 

You can do a discrete graphics card because the motherboard (MB) has a PCIe x16 slot.

 

Your PC shipped with a SFF 180 watt power supply. This is your graphics card upgrade roadblock .

 

The power supply and MB have HP proprietary connections. You cannot install a more powerful retail power supply in this PC.

 

A power supply upgrade has to come from HP unless you can find a power supply wiring adapter to go from a standard 24 pin MB connection to HP's proprietary MB connections.

 

HP is only offering a 180 watt power supply option at HP Part Surfer (Link) for this PC.

 

REgards

 

 

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I made this PSU swap from 180W to the approved HP 400W PSU.   The part number to use on the HP Store link above is HP P/N 942332-001  (for US power).   It was around $80 and shipped in 3 days.   It will come with an additional 6+2 pci power connector for graphic boards that require additional power.  Be sure to check that the card you want to install is rated for under 400W.  Many cards require bigger supply and you will NOT be able to find one that will fit this motherboard since its proprietary. 400W is the max you will be able to upgrade to.

 

However you can install a Nvidia GTX 1650 Super and get amazing performance.  It will need to use the 6 pin connector from the new 400W supply.  You can also use the GTX 1650 and will not need the 6 pin connector but the performance is less on that version. Not recommended after the trouble of upgrading.   Also... be careful to be sure the card you select will fit.  Check the dimensions before you buy it.   If in doubt use the smaller cards with one fan. The larger cards have more features like the fan remaining off until you are gaming, The smaller cards the fan remains on all the time adds to noise factor if you are concerned about that.  There are videos online that show how to change the PSU.  Very easy just follow the video.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2n2Z6JJJ7E   

Learn how to replace the power supply for HP 280 G5 MT, HP ENVY TE01-000, Pavilion TP01-000, TG01-000, HP M01-D0000, F0000 Desktop. For other helpful videos ...
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@Jdeblase,

Thank you for the information. I added it to my database.😃              @Grzwacz  this is "new" today !!

 

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Hi @wb2001,

 

I messed up here.

 

The 400 watt PSU upgrade option is good to go.

 

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@Grzwacz,

I did include the 400W.

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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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Hi @wb2001 ,

 

I forgot about the 400 watt PSU option.

 

I messed up.

 

Regards

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Would the power supply (p/n 942332-001) also work for the HP Envy desktop TE01-0014 model?

 

Also, does the gtx 1650 super graphics card with two fans fit in this model?

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 @Fieryunfurnis12 I understand that you would like to know that the following power supply part number works for the HP Envy desktop.

Do not worry. I will help you in this regard.

 

Your computer supports only L08660 800 Power Supply.

Regarding the graphics card, you have to check the specification: Click here for details

 

I must let you know that HP does not recommend upgrades or hardware changes as the device is equipped with parts that perform at its optimal performance by design, that said, the upgradeable parts listed by HP articles are purely for your ease, as the decision to upgrade will be at your own discretion.

 

P.S: Welcome to HP Community 😉


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Hi @Riddle_Decipher - thanks for the reply.  I purchased the L04618-800 (haven’t received it yet),  but will test and see what happens.  If you know this one doesn’t work please let me know. 

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