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Hp gaming desktop 690-0011na PSU + GPU upgrade help

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If i were to upgrade my gpu I know that I have to upgrade my power supply, but i have no idea which to upgrade to and also if it fits into the linces motherboard and fits inside my case. Any suggestions??

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@Yultraz , welcome to the forum.

 

Upgrading the power supply unit (PSU) in your computer is not straight forward.  The motherboard doesn't have a standard 24-pin ATX power connector.  Instead, it has a proprietary 4-pin power connector.  This creates a problem because you would need a 24-pin to 4-pin adapter to upgrade the PSU.  I have not been able to find this type of adapter anywhere on the Internet.

 

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this is me on my other account cus I forgot the password if I were to get an 18 pin | 4 pin 12v SATA and put in an 18 pin to 24 pin adaptor would that work??

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@Ali-A, no.  It requires an ATX power connector.



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