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AnkitaMishra
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Hi, 

 

I would like to know the list of components used in HP OMEN 880-010nc, 2BY24EA. I asked retailer and local hpmarket, bt they do not know this information.

 

I need the ful list of all components for my decision.

 

Thank you very much.  

 

Sincerely,

 

Mgr. Tomáš Bouzek, military historian

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krzemien
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Hi,

 

I would like complete list of HP OMEN 880-010nc, 2BY24EA components! Thank you very much.

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DId you open this link at all?

 

What do you miss exacly?

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Of course, I opened it many times, but there is like nothing in it.

 

I need a list of componets of HP OMEN 880-010nc, 2BY24EA. 

 

MB

CPU

Memory

Power Supply

GPU

Case

 

Siple as that. Everything is missing. There is even no name of manufacturer! Is it MSI motherboard or Gigabyte? What type is it? Power delivery unit is what? Fortron, Seasonic or Corsair? What type? GPU is MSI, Asus, Gigabyte? What type? Thank you very much. Those are basic information.

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All the details you ask for are there? You can also try this link:

 

http://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?searchText=2BY24EA

 

FYI: HP uses their own proprietary components made to order, so MoBo & PSU are HP-specific. The same princpiple applies to GPU.

 

Memory ftited is probably of rather specific origin, mine is SAMSUNG.

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Sorry, but I really need the list.

 

I dont know what is GNRC.

 

Could you provide me a list of components? 

 

MB model

CPU

GPU model

Memory modules

Power unit model

 

Thats it. I cant find anything helfull in your http://partsurfer.hp.com/Search.aspx?searchText=2BY24EA. Its a mess.

 

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"Everything is missing. There is even no name of manufacturer! Is it MSI motherboard or Gigabyte? What type is it? Power delivery unit is what? Foxtron, Seasonic or Corsair? What type? GPU is MSI, Asus, Gigabyte? What type?"

 

krzemien has given you the information already. Read his post again.

HP uses their own proprietary components made to order, so MoBo & PSU are HP-specific. The same principle applies to GPU.

 

HP, Dell and other OEM's don't use standard brand name parts that you would order yourself from a parts store like NewEgg. They have parts made specifically for them.

 

Go to the link krzemien gave you for the specs.

On that page, click on the plus (+) sign to expand the information about the components.

There are no brand names to look up, only part numbers and specs for the type of components.

https://support.hp.com/gb-en/document/c05649151

 

product Release info.JPG

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Hi, 

 

I would love to know manufacturers and model names. There must be some? Who made MB, PSU, GPU, Memory for HP? What models are there? Everything has it name. Thank you. 

 

c05649151 is not helpful at all. 

 

Thank you very much.

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There could be several manufacturers for a number of given parts. Specs are met by the plant assembling the product for the OEMs through various vendors. We have no way of looking that up.

 

It has been explained to you now. You can continue asking, but we will not have any further info.

Good luck.

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