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rhode-runner
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Recommended PSU for my desktop PC

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Just recently bought a refurbished desktop PC. I even paid for a warranty through HP. While on the phone discussing my pc with HP customer support, I mentioned that I eventually wanted to upgrade the PC's hardware for playing games (such as Fallout 4, Resident Evil 7, etc); mainly the PSU and the GPU. The person said that if I ever want to upgrade any hardware on the PC, I contact them first.

So I was hoping that if ever the time comes to first upgrading the PSU, what would be the best fit for my PC? I was thinking that this Corsair model would be good.

 

 

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@A4Apollo,

That Corsair is an SFX (2.50" x 4.92" x 3.94"),  and not an ATX (3.39" x 5.91" x 5.51").

My apology for jumping into this, but the OP needed to know ASAP.

 

Standard ATX PSU measurements (324 x 212).jpg

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Thanks guys for your replies, sorry for the late response. @wb2001, that PSU is what I believe is one for my PC. I just wasn't totally sure.

Another question is before I buy this PSU, how will it affect my warranty? Is this HP recommended hardware?

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