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JeppeBo
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What PSU is used in the HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop 790-0815no?

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As the headline says, what PSU is used in the HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop 790-0815no? I've heard it's one of HP's own 500W PSU's, but there seems to be different models.

 

Link to the computer:

http://www8.hp.com/dk/da/products/desktops/product-detail.html?oid=24575966#!tab=specs

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Hello @JeppeBo

 

According to the specs, it is an HP 500w Gold PSU in that specific model. The PSU will be made from a third party source specifically for HP.

Link... https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-pavilion-gaming-790-0000-pc-series/20395823/document/c061872...

 

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Hello @JeppeBo

 

According to the specs, it is an HP 500w Gold PSU in that specific model. The PSU will be made from a third party source specifically for HP.

Link... https://support.hp.com/us-en/product/hp-pavilion-gaming-790-0000-pc-series/20395823/document/c061872...

 

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Hello Photoray002,

 

Yes, that's an acceptable answer. I don't know what PSU to compare it to, but it looks like a decent quality PSU.

 

On another note: After running Speccy on the PC, I noticed it comes with a 4GB GTX 1080 and not an 8GB as advertised on both HP's website and the place where I bought it. Also, the RAM runs at 1333 mhz and not 2666 mhz... It seems kind of shady to me.

 

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That is normal for Speccy.

Your ram is DDR4. DDR stands for double data rate. Take 1333 and double it = 2666 Mhz.

 

If you open GPUz, it will show you have an 8 GB GTX 1080.

See the example below, it does the same thing on my system...

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Yes, I just read about it online, and Speccy seems to be a bit incorrect. Thank you for clarifying. 🙂

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