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300 PSU Required for HP Prodesk 400G3 SFF Business PC

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I have a HP Prodesk 400G3 SFF Business PC with 180 Watt PSU and was wondering if I could obtain a replacement PSU at 300 watt for a low profile graphics card - I was thinking about the nVidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB HDMI DVI DisplayPort Low Profile Graphics Card - which requires 300 watts.

 

Would I be able to obtain or source it from HP? I am still within the warranty period.

 

Many thanks indeed!

 

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@Hitfilm,

There are three 300W PSU's listed on HP PartSurfer.  Enter T4L81UT

Just google the different numbers.

 

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Thanks very muc for the amazing, rapid answer...I got the following search and have no idea what it means.

 

I intend to call HP in the morning (United Kingdom) and hope that they can source a 300 watt PSU for my particular model. I'll keep you posted as well- thank you.

 

Incidentally, am I right in thinking that with my model it is possible to upgrade my PSU?

 

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My most humble apology.   I will list the numbers.

 

759763-001 ATX power supply unit (PSU) - Rated at 300-Watts (Gamay-S), regulated      

759764-001 300W power supply unit (PSU) - ATX form factor, Gamay-S, with active power factor correction (APFC)

759766-001 300W power supply unit (PSU) - ATX form factor, Gamay-S, Energy Star 5.0 rated

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Hi, @Hitfilm :

 

I am very skeptical about what the parts list shows for power supplies for the SFF.

 

I have used HP business desktop PC's for over 10 years now, and never have I found a SFF that had multiple options for a power supply.

 

I suggest you get confirmation from someone at HP because according to page 77 of the quickspecs below, there is only one power supply offered in the SFF -- 180 W.  Only the MT offers both 180 W and 300 W power supplies.

 

http://www8.hp.com/h20195/v2/GetPDF.aspx/c04853085.pdf

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Thanks so much indeed for your response...you are quite right...checked with HP directly...this is their email...


This e-mail is in reference to case number: [edited]
According to the details you gave us, I did check thoroughly for the Power Supply unit with higher capacity. However for this unit, the only available PSU is 797009-001        SPS-P/S CHASAN 180W SFF E-STAR6.0 BRONZE which is already being used on the unit.

I tried calling you to inform the same, however, I'm not able to get in touch with you. Please provide us an alternate contact number so that I can get in touch with you.
Also, you informed you have upgraded the Graphics on the unit. May I know which is the graphics card you have added? Is it a HP part?

Regards,
Pavani | HP Inc. UK & I, RSA Customer Support

Looks as if I am stuck Smiley Sad

Know of any "decent" graphic cards for 180W PSU?...I need it only for video editing etc not for gaming...thank you!

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@Paul_Tikkanen,

Thank you.  Sometimes depending on HP to properly document a product can bite ya.

@Hitfilm,

Unplug the power cord, and open the case. Measure the PSU.

Athena has some SFF PSU's.  Look at Flex ATX first.

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You're very welcome.

 

The parts lists are normally correct, but when I saw those 300W power supplies listed for the SFF product number, I just knew something was not right about that.

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Hi Paul

 

Thanks so much indeed...I shall certainly have a look at them...in the meantime I have been advised to consider the following graphic cards from HP for the current 180W model...

 

I apologize for the delay. Here are the details of the graphics cards compatible with the unit. Please have a check:

Part Number     Spare Part #    Description
M6V51AA         818869-001      NVIDIA Quadro NVS 310 1GB PCIe x16 Graphics Card
N3R90AA         822349-001      NVIDIA® GeForce® GT730 Graphics (PCIe x 😎 GX Card

Please get back to us if you have any queries regarding this.

Regards,
Pavani Bhat | HP Inc. UK & I, RSA Customer Support

 

Regards!

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