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Can I upgrade the GPU on the HP Pavilion Desktop - TP01-0020na?

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If so what to?

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Its specs



It has 1 PCIe x1; 1 PCIe x16; 2 M.2 slots and the PCIe x16 slot is suitable for a video card. But it only has 180 W Gold efficiency power supply therefore not much choices you need more power.


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@Grant93 , welcome to the forum.


@Grant93 wrote:

If so what to?

No, the computer came from the factory with a 180W internal power supply unit (PSU).  This is not enough power for any of the newer video cards.  HP has their motherboards and other components made to their specifications.  Your motherboard has a proprietary 4-pin power connector, not the standard 24-pin ATX connector.  This means that you can only use PSU's provided by HP.  Here is a Power Supply Cross-Reference Guide:


Your model is not listed in the Guide, but any of the PSU's listed in the guide with your motherboard and current PSU should work with your motherboard.  Your current PSU is Part # L08660-800.  There is one 500W PSU, Part # L05757-800, that should work for you.  I don't know if it is available in the UK, however.  You will have to check with HP.


If you decide to upgrade the PSU, post back to this thread and let me know.  If you tell me how much you want to spend I will find the best possible video card for your case and system.

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