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Upgrading CPU on a HP Pavilion Power 580-130

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  I have a HP Pavilion Power 580-130 with the  Basswood Motherboard, a Ryzen 5 1400 and a AMD RX 580.
I know the MoBo can be upgraded to a Ryzen 7 1700 w/65 watt TDP.
I'm wondering if it can be upgraded to a Ryzen 7 2700 w/65 watt TDP?
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@Bane5150, welcome to the forum.

 

Here are the processor that have been tested to be compatible with the motherboard:

 

  • TDP: up to 65 W
  • Socket type: AM4
  • Motherboard supports the following processor upgrades:
    Processor
    TDP
    AMD Ryzen7-1700 (Summit Ridge) 3.0 GHz, 8 cores/16 threads
    65 W
    AMD Ryzen5-1600 (Summit Ridge) 3.2 GHz, 6 cores/12 threads
    65 W
    AMD Ryzen5-1400 (Summit Ridge) 3.2 GHz, 4 cores/8 threads
    65 W
    AMD Ryzen3-1200 (Summit Ridge) 3.1 GHz, 4 cores/4 threads
    65 W

 

 As you can see, the Ryzen 7 2700 w/65W TDP is not on the list.  This means it may or may not work.  There is no guaranty.

 

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Well the AMD Ryzen 2000 series came out after the board. I know a BIOS update can sometimes make it compatible but not sure on this one.
It is a AM4+ not AM4
Never hurts to check it out
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Ive asked this before on upgrading from first gen ryzen to second gen on an HP AMD mobo.

 

I was informed that unless a bios update was created to do so, it wont work. HP wont be setting up bios fixes for such an upgrade as they were not intended to be upgraded.

 

 

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Well the Ryzen 7 1700 is a really nice processor anyways and that's the plan.
If no BIOS update for gen 2 planned not a big deal IMO.
Theirs hardware upgrades for that if necessary.
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Normally I'd build my own but this system was a great deal and I have always liked HP products. I know this particular PC is extremely upgradable so I'm going to Max it out at some point.
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Photoray002 I have seen tons of other b350 MoBo's that are writing BIOS upgrades to accept Ryzen's 2nd gen APU's.
Im almost positive that the basewood MoBo is a b350.
There are video outputs on the board which makes me think they could make it compatible since they knew 1st Gen Ryzen didn't have integrated graphics.
Hopefully HP will reconsider.
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Im sure they could, but I doubt they will because HP does not make enthusiast diy builds. They are guaranteed to work as assembled from factory, thats it. IF you want a 2nd gen cpu from HP, you would have to buy one with it already in it.

Not sure how else to put it, but I think you get my drift.

 

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2nd gen came out just a few months after I got this PC.
Not a big deal. It will be a fine PC for a long time to come but I'm going to have to go back to building my own in the future I think.
Still wonder why they have video outputs to a 1st Gen Ryzen. That parts a mystery.
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