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HP 870 224 Power Supply Replacement

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HP OMEN 870 224
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Is the power supply replaceable if yes where i can buy buy the power supply for replacement?

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Hello @ZhongHuang 

 

The power supply for that model uses the standard ATX form factor. Any 500w or higher ATX PSU should work.

You can measure the length of the card to make sure the measurements of the new PSU will fit.

Also read the new PSUs specs to make sure it has what ever graphics card connector needed. Most come with a 6+2 pin connector.

 

Here is the original part number used for that desktop...

860625-801

If in the United States, it can be purchased from the HP USA Parts Store...

http://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?searchText=860625-801

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Photoray002
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Hello @ZhongHuang 

 

The power supply for that model uses the standard ATX form factor. Any 500w or higher ATX PSU should work.

You can measure the length of the card to make sure the measurements of the new PSU will fit.

Also read the new PSUs specs to make sure it has what ever graphics card connector needed. Most come with a 6+2 pin connector.

 

Here is the original part number used for that desktop...

860625-801

If in the United States, it can be purchased from the HP USA Parts Store...

http://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?searchText=860625-801

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