Recently picked up a p for from recent sale. For the price paid I'm very happy with this little thing but I'm was hoping to add a gpu if possible. My main question is will the current w gold psu be enough to power a rx or gtx ? The psu does have 6 pin connector but I'm worried about power. This OP bought an HP p unit.
The motherboard is the "sunflower". The "lincs" and "berks" motherboaards all share the same configuration power supply.
The W is the stock PSU. There is NO available upgrade offered. If you bought a higher priced unit within the series, options for the GTX were offered. It's a coin toss if it would work. Thank you both for the response, Im fairly new to computers and worried I will end up with a card I cannot use.
Sadly a would be well outside my budget regardless of my psu. All use the same power supply. If you purchase the basic model, you get the lowest end PSU. The only upgrade path is when you order a special configuration model, selecting the GPU matches up with the required PSU. It is that simple, and that harsh. The single in-line P2 marked plug is actually only 3 wires. It's purpose is the 12v Fan header supply. The is the basic, hp uses the same w to power some systems with gtx I opted on ram instead tho thank you for your help and sorry for late response.
If they are other w power supply options then can someone link for me, which ones would be compatible instead with that desired graphics card without the PC exploding or catching on fire.
The last thing I would want to do is get an entirely new PC. I cannot suggest a specific graphics card for an upgrade if that's what you need, instead, you can go through a local tech to identify which card works with your device before purchasing it. Didn't find what you were looking for?We are experiencing longer than expected wait times to reach an agent. Instant Ink customers please visit instantink.
HP Desktop PCs - motherboard specifications, Sunflower
Form Factor Customised size: Processor upgrade information TDP: up to 65 W. If the computer does not have the required audio jacks for a 5. External speakers or headphones are required to hear sound. Any modifications or upgrades might change the configuration, port accessibility, and port functionality.
Jumpers Figure : Clear password jumper in the default position. Select a location. Europe, Middle East, Africa.If yes could you tell me its number part? However, I dont sure about doing the same thing. Go to Solution. A different forum member did install the watt part in a chassis but could only attach the PSU to the chassis using one screw. Do you think is good alternative wait for the Pavilion desktops?
What do you think? That means I can upgrade with a RTX I have a preinstalled TI. However, if I upgrade to a new it needs a 6 pin connector, if I upgrade to or they need a 8 pin connector. The new GPU with lesser power requierements is the with watts. Didn't find what you were looking for? Ask the community or Ask the Virtual Agent. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.
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All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. New member. Message 1 of 3. HP Recommended. Product: HP Pavilion p Operating System: Microsoft Windows 10 bit. I already know that the GTX requires a 6 pin power connector and most new power supplies provide that. I have the same question. Tags Tags: Level Message 2 of 3. This system is feedback driven thru Solution and Kudo flags.Hi guys, I was looking for some help on installing a PSU.
I have a HP Pavilion pna computer which I am looking to install a gtx ti into. This is because the square-rounded pin pattern on the two 4pin leads is opposite.
I've read as long as rounded are in rounded and square are in square all is fine. This is true with my set up, but it still just feels wrong! I changed the head, made sure the yellow and black wires they were the same layout and colour on old and new connected to the same ports on the mobo as the original and absutely nothing happened when I tried to power up.
Someone suggested this may be due to a safety pin on the 24 pin connector which needs to be connected in order for the PSU to power up he showed me a video of how you can overwrite this with a paperclip. Do you think this may be the problem.
I believe everything you have said is correct. It I knew the wait would be weeks I'd be happy to sit on my thumbs, but HP have advised they do not stock this item. All European providers do not have this part listed no PSU units are listed for and of the pxxxx models and email enquires have just returned generic '' we are unable to provide this item's.
Which would be a shame seems as the pc is relatively new and the components are undamaged. Curious to see what I was drawing I purchased a watt reader plug and ran some scenarios last night and it seems to me some serious dark wizardry is afoot.
Here is my spec. Obviously I didn't whack everything in at once turn it on and hope for the best, but the initial reading were so low I decided to plug everything in that is ever connected to my pc. My draw readings are as follows.
All tests minimum 30min AIDA64 tests 2hrs. These numbers defy all my understanding of consumption. I've seen pcs idle higher than this does under severe stress. I've checked the meter is reading correct, my E rated w microwave is reading at nearly w.
This is pretty much in the sweet spot for a PSU isn't it? I assume the PSU only had a 12v rail based on the connections the P4's have only 12v just I was working on the assumption this specific PSU would be rated to w solely on the 12v rail - might this not be the case if HP have only modded a standard PSU to just have the 12v rail connected? It's very difficult to find out specifics on the PSU online.
It's rated to 65w. I have disabled the raven ridge onboard graphics, so this should account for some reduction in power but 45w seems a lot. There is obviously no overclock applied to either GPU or CPU with the power budget being so tight, but I can't see anyone else getting reporting such low draws on the ryzen g. The BIOS is like fort Knox on the Sunflower so there's no having a poke around - do you think HP could have enabled some kind of power saving feature via the mobo?
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Hello sm1thy. Your system uses a Sunflower motherboard which uses a proprietary power supply because of its small size and proprietary connectors. Your W PSU isn't powerful enough to support anything significant as far as graphics cards go. The W might not quite fit the screw holes all the way. Link to user that tried it. If you can get one of those PSU's, you can connect a mid level graphics card fine, as long as it fits the available space in your desktop.
You would need to measure the available space with a tape measure, then compare it to what ever cards specs you can find to fit. Or a GTX ti with the or W version.
HP Parts Surfer is what you would use to order it But it looks like your desktop was sold in either Australia or New Zealand and the parts surfer doesn't show that PSU as available their. Not for theor W PSU. Didn't find what you were looking for? Ask the community or Ask the Virtual Agent.
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Without an adequate supply of regulated electricity, your desktop might suffer from performance issues, or possibly not boot at all. The amount of power a power supply delivers is measured in watts. They generally provide from around two hundred for the smallest and most efficient machines to over a thousand one kilowatt for the biggest, beefiest gaming and media desktops.
Determining how much power you need is a matter of adding up the power draw from all of your components. Other components also draw power, including hard drives, optical drives, and cooling systems like fans or radiators. These are typically require much lower power, and can usually get away with rough estimates.
If you want to estimate your power requirements, look at the specifications of each component in particular. A margin of error is a handy thing to have, not to mention the fact that having a little extra power gives you room to add more components in the future—like extra storage drives or cooling fans.
Just plug in your components and it gives you a recommended wattage. Add a little bit for a safety margin, and you have wattage you need your PSU to deliver. Some ATX-standard power supplies are longer than normal, stretching to eight or ten inches long, but keeping their width and height standardized.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, some cases are too small for even a normal-sized ATX power supply. These power supplied generally top out at around watts, though some more expensive and more powerful units are made.
At this size things can get confusing, since some enthusiast Mini-ITX cases can also fit a full-sized ATX power supply for beefy gamer configurations. At this point, a complete PC replacement might be more practical.
HP Desktop PCs - motherboard specifications, Sunflower
The cables that run from your power supply to the various components in your PC generally standardized, but there are three crucial types you want to check for compatibility with your specific machine:.
Modern storage and optical drives use standardized SATA power connections, and every modern power supply includes them. Case fans typically use 3 or 4 pin plugs, and again, modern power supplies usually come with at least one of these. Older drives or fans may use a 4-pin Molex connector, with larger pins and a trapezoidal plug.
Compliance with the 80 Plus system is indicated by a sticker on the power supply, and usually advertised as a feature on the box or online listing. There are different grades of the 80 Plus sticker: standard, bronze, silver, gold, platinum, and titanium.