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envy TE01-015xt cto
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

i want to upgrade to a nvidea graphics card GeForce 970 and need a larger PS. will the Rother 8653 take a 600w ps?

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@RONNO2227 , welcome to the forum.

 

Please provide the Product Number of your computer.  I can't find the model that you listed.






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@RONNO2227,

Your missing a number, maybe 0150xt ? As the 0150xt is a CTO, (Configure to Order), you should specify the CPU chip, motherboard RAM, and all internal storage devices.

Anyway, the HP TE01 is a series number.  These units utilize an HP proprietary designed PSU, the max being the 500W part # L05757-800.  Look at my spreadsheet.   Before you leap, please restate the model #.  Is there a game title your trying to play ?  Successful gaming is a combination of CPU chip, motherboard RAM, GPU card and its RAM, all power by a PSU.  Another factor has now entered the arena, and it is called NVMe SSD  vs hard drive. An NVMe can typically be 5+ times faster than a hard drive.

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