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Need to change PSU on HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop 690-0022nl

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HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop 690-0022nl
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Hi, I'm looking to changing my 310w psu, to an other one more powerfull, because I need to change my graphic card from a 1050ti, to a 1650 super, but I can't find a compatible psu to put on. Someone know what kind of psu I need to put on? Thanks for help.

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I would try the 1650 without a PSU upgrade first. Most likely you wont need to upgrade. The power draw from the 310w PSU is currently almost 100w under its potential anyways. If you do have to upgrade, there is a 400w unit you can purchase from HP parts store or at another store like eBay, but it wont have the 6 pin power connector required on some cards. You would want a card that doesn't need the secondary power connection.

HP PartSurfer Part #: L64961-800

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Thanks for the advice, so for example this one can run with a 310w PSU? because it doesn't need an extra power connector: https://www.amazon.it/Gigabyte-GV-N1650OC-4GD-scheda-video-GeForce/dp/B07QHGKC2D?pf_rd_r=CSHTM5053FX...

Do you also have the code for a 400w PSU in case the 310w is not good, thanks for help.

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That one might not fit due to size. You need to measure the room you have inside your case and compare it to the card specs.

The part number of the 400w psu is listed in my last post. Please read it again.

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