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I want to replace my PSU for a 750W  Evga 100-N1-0750-L1 750w N1 Power Supply is this the right Power supply for my Pavilion Power desktop 580-027c ? it is the same dimentions thank`s 

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@LCP47 

You posted on 9/6 the same inquiry.  Now 🤔 🙄 

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/upgrade/m-p/7765922

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@LCP47,

Your asking again.  Surmise you did not like my reply.   But if you want a 750W, go for it.

You really only need a 500W PSU.   Pulling an RTX 2060 (160W) card into your HP 580-027c does not require a 750W PSU. The issue will be length of the card.  I would suggest you make a heavy gauge cardboard template of 4.3" x 10.5" and drop that into place. Trim off 1/2" at a time until you attain the length that will fit. An RTX 2060 can run from 8 to 10.5 + inches.

 

 

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Wb 2001 you must be mistaking I have never give a dislike to anyone's Comment I am very sure of that because to me No comment is deserving of Dislike I am pro free speech. and if I did it was by mistake being that my Logitech keybord Acts out here and then.

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@LCP47 

You posted on 9/6 the same inquiry.  Now 🤔 🙄 

https://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/upgrade/m-p/7765922

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the Dimentions are 9".5 before hit the HHD so I found the NSI G-force is 8.5" it will fit I have an MSI  G-Force  GTX 1050 TI 4 Gb Small Adapter that I was using on my Hp Compaq Pro it works good but this GPU uses 380w or higher so I have the choice to get a 500w and used the GTX 1050 ti or used the RTX 2060 6gb.? I need a PSU at least 500w which one will you recomend?

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