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Honor Student
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Re: Guide for Selecting a Power Supply

what about mine?

Provost
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Re: Guide for Selecting a Power Supply

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Hi bornerwave,

 

This is very little technical information known about the new NVIDIA 750 and 750 TI graphics cards. I would advise you to wait until the smoke clears. The TI is out of stock at Newegg.

 

Either of the Corsair CX500 or CX600 would be an excellent choice for a power supply.

HP laptop 17t u100,
HP Photosmart 6520 and HP Deskjet 1112
Custom 1151 socket Z270 Intel i7-7700k @4,600 Mhz, 16GB Corsair 3000 Mhz dimms
Corsair H75 water cooler, Corsair CS 650M power supply
RAID 0 (dual Samsung 960 EVO m.2 240GB) boot system
Dual Samsung 840 EVO SSDs 500GB data storage, Intel 750 PCIe SSD 400GB
MSI NVIDIA GTX 980TI 6GB
ASUS ROG PG279q @144 MHz
Windows 10 and Windows 8.1 Pro x64 in UEFI mode
Honor Student
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Re: Guide for Selecting a Power Supply

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What about the 760? For example msi twinfrozer or zotac Amp! versions

Teacher
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Message 494 of 499 (5,511 Views)

Re: Guide for Selecting a Power Supply

What about mine?

Page 48, 11-29-2013

Looking for a suitable 600 wat PSU.

Tutor
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Re: Guide for Selecting a Power Supply

Could I use this Cooler Master GX II - 750W 80 PLUS Bronze Power Supply?  

Provost
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Hi Redwolf1,

 

Please post the HP product number for your PC. How to Find the HP Model Number and the HP Product Number or let HP automatically find your PC model number and HP network attached printers.

 

Open up your PC and measure the physical dimensions of the existing power supply. Now look at the specifications for the Cooler Master. Generally the issue is the distance between the PSU and the optical drive if the Cooler Master is not the same size. Some of the older HP PCs wouldn't boot up with a PSU greater than 650 watts.

HP laptop 17t u100,
HP Photosmart 6520 and HP Deskjet 1112
Custom 1151 socket Z270 Intel i7-7700k @4,600 Mhz, 16GB Corsair 3000 Mhz dimms
Corsair H75 water cooler, Corsair CS 650M power supply
RAID 0 (dual Samsung 960 EVO m.2 240GB) boot system
Dual Samsung 840 EVO SSDs 500GB data storage, Intel 750 PCIe SSD 400GB
MSI NVIDIA GTX 980TI 6GB
ASUS ROG PG279q @144 MHz
Windows 10 and Windows 8.1 Pro x64 in UEFI mode
Tutor
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Re: Guide for Selecting a Power Supply

Here's the Product Number F3D82AA#ABA  and the HP is a HP ENVY 700-210. And i made sure to check the size measurements of the PSU and it will fit. And the Model Number is 700-210. 

 

 

Provost
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Re: Guide for Selecting a Power Supply

Hi Redwolf1,

 

Go for it.  Know what the return policy is before you buy.

HP laptop 17t u100,
HP Photosmart 6520 and HP Deskjet 1112
Custom 1151 socket Z270 Intel i7-7700k @4,600 Mhz, 16GB Corsair 3000 Mhz dimms
Corsair H75 water cooler, Corsair CS 650M power supply
RAID 0 (dual Samsung 960 EVO m.2 240GB) boot system
Dual Samsung 840 EVO SSDs 500GB data storage, Intel 750 PCIe SSD 400GB
MSI NVIDIA GTX 980TI 6GB
ASUS ROG PG279q @144 MHz
Windows 10 and Windows 8.1 Pro x64 in UEFI mode
Tutor
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Member Since: ‎02-21-2014
Message 499 of 499 (5,298 Views)

Re: Guide for Selecting a Power Supply

thanks Dave for the help. And I might stick with a 650 watt psu  Cooler Master to be on the safe side. 

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