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I want to upgrade the PSU from 180w which if I have done my foot work finding about this PC i would it never got a 750w can it be done and which PSU is the one I should get ? also I am replacing the GPU for a RTX 2060 ither 6gb or 8gb which is the Perfect for this PC? thanks

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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.


I would recommend a Corsair CX 650 based on the following premise:

1) Exact fit into the case.  No more need to upgrade.

2) Because it is has more power potential than you need, it will idle, and be energy efficient.

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