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HP Pavilion Power 580-023w full specs

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HP Pavilion Power 580-023w
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What are the full specs of the HP Pavilion Power 580-023w?  Including the psu, ram, HDD, and motherboard? Cant seem to find it online.  

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Hi

 

Can't find the specific product number you are providing.

 

But here is a link to HP Pavilion Power 580-000 series motherboard specifications.

 

It appears HP is only using one motherboard (Odense2-K) for this product number series.

 

The HP specs don't provide what HDD or power supply are installed at the factory.

 

Do you own this or are looking to buy this product? What do you need to know about this system?

 

Tom

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Im thinking about upgrading the PSU.  I heard the PSU is only 300w and Im not sure if I feel comfortable with only 300w.  Do you guys have any recommendations for PSU upgrades?  The desktop is out for delievery today according to the tracking so I can provide more details about the system if thats needed.  

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Hi

 

Did you check the possible specs for your PC in krzemien's link?

 

The 580-027c (which is very similar to your PC) ships with a 180 watt power supply.

 

You will have to measure the existing power supply (PS). Then purchase a new PS with similar dimensions.

 

Corsair makes a CX series of power supplies with varying wattage outputs and small footprints.

 

Some examples can be reviewed at Amazon.

 

You can compare the dimensions listed at Amazon for the PS you like or go to the Corsair site more more detail.

 

EVGA also has some great PS options.

 

Your new PC may also have a Ultra Slim CD/DVD drive. You may have to purchase a power connector adapter for this drive if you swap in a different PS.

 

Tom

 

 

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What do you guys think of this power supply?  https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01F5LX55K/ref=twister_B01G69E69E?_encoding=UTF8&th=1

 

Its the correct dimensions as compared to the PSU that is installed now.  Should this PSU be enough to ensure the longevity of this pc?  

 

The specs of this pc of speccy are:

 

Intel Core i5 7400 @ 3.00GHz 28 °C
Kaby Lake 14nm Technology

 

8.00GB Dual-Channel Unknown @ 1197MHz

 

HP 82F1 (U3E1) Motherboard

 

OMEN by HP 25 (1920x1080@144Hz)
3071MB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3GB (HP)

 

931GB TOSHIBA DT01ACA100 (SATA)

 

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Hi Jeff

 

Only upgrade the power supply when you need more power.

 

HP specs all components installed at the factory.

 

The system will work fine unless you are going to change components.

 

Tom

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