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HP Desktop PC M01-F2000a (536Z7AV)
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I have this desktop M01-F2004NP, it have a 310W power supply, it's possible to buy a more powerful one from hp? If that's possible how do I do it?

 

 

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@Jorge92 , welcome to the Community.

 

Here are the Product and Motherboard specifications for the computer.  If you look at the section titled "Processor upgrade information", in the Motherboard specifications, you will see that your computer came with the most powerful processor installed.  Therefore, there are no upgrades for it.  The processors listed have all been tested to assure they are fully compatible with the motherboard.

 

You should check to see if your motherboard has a standard 24-pin ATX power connector or a proprietary 4-pin power connector from HP.  If it is the 4-pin power connector you will have to contact HP Customer Support to see if they have one to sell you in your country.  If it is the 24-pin connector any standard ATX power supply unit (PSU) will work.  Unless you plan to add a more powerful video card I don't recommend the upgrade.

 

Please click the "Yes" button if my reply was helpful and "Accept as Solution" if your problem is Solved!!

 

 



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@Jorge92 , welcome to the Community.

 

Here are the Product and Motherboard specifications for the computer.  If you look at the section titled "Processor upgrade information", in the Motherboard specifications, you will see that your computer came with the most powerful processor installed.  Therefore, there are no upgrades for it.  The processors listed have all been tested to assure they are fully compatible with the motherboard.

 

You should check to see if your motherboard has a standard 24-pin ATX power connector or a proprietary 4-pin power connector from HP.  If it is the 4-pin power connector you will have to contact HP Customer Support to see if they have one to sell you in your country.  If it is the 24-pin connector any standard ATX power supply unit (PSU) will work.  Unless you plan to add a more powerful video card I don't recommend the upgrade.

 

Please click the "Yes" button if my reply was helpful and "Accept as Solution" if your problem is Solved!!

 

 



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