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Need to know version of pci slot on hp 590 0053w lincs mother board, i want to update graphics on pc.

thank you for information 

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@S61823b 

It will be PCIe 3.0  X16 but it will only run a X8 almost all HPs do.

If you are wanting to add another graphics card, know that upgrading the power supply probably wont work out if you need a high wattage PSU. The motherboard uses a proprietary 4 pin connection, not the standard 24pin.

From what i can find, that series only used up to a 400w small form factor PSU built specifically for HPs and you would have to order it from the HP Parts store.

GNRC PSU 400W SFF Entl FR   Part Number: L04618-800

 

Hope that covers it.

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Thank you for the info. 

 As for my psu is rated at 180w. So I will definitely need to upgrade if I upgrade graphics. 

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