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  1. emorales0411

    RX 570 and 310W HP PSU

    Also, per CPU-Z the max TDP of my 1700 is 65W.
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    RX 570 and 310W HP PSU

    Yes, this case has very poor air flow but I am stuck with it for the time being.
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    RX 570 and 310W HP PSU

    They are the ones who gave me that idea.
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    RX 570 and 310W HP PSU

    The psu has a spare 6 pin PCIe connector. So wouldn't this adapter work since all of the 570s I have found are 8 pin? https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIAJX896X4944&Description=6 pin to 8 pin&cm_re=6_pin_to_8_pin-_-9SIAJX896X4944-_-Product
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    RX 570 and 310W HP PSU

    Here is the sticker.
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    RX 570 and 310W HP PSU

    I'll confirm soon but I am pretty certain that this is the part number through HP, L03980-800. I am fairly certain the sticker picture at the bottom of this forum in the same PSU.
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    RX 570 and 310W HP PSU

    This is the 570 I am looking at. https://www.amazon.com/PowerColor-570-AXRX-4GBD5-3DHD-OC/dp/B06ZYRRW9T/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=rx+570&qid=1557952165&s=gateway&sr=8-5
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    RX 570 and 310W HP PSU

    No, it's stock. The only addition I have made to it was an NVMe M.2 boot drive.
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    RX 570 and 310W HP PSU

    HP Model: 690-0067c CPU: Ryzen 7 1700 I am away from it at the moment but it does have a 6pin connector.
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    RX 570 and 310W HP PSU

    Can a RX 570 be underclocked to work with a 310W HP PSU? I have been very close to buying a 1650 but reviews have held me back. I am upgrading from an RX 550 so either of these options would be a huge upgrade. I really don't want to buy an overpriced HP PSU given I plan on rebuilding in the next year or two. That would basically wipe out any cost savings going with a discounted 570.
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    Upgrade Road Map after Buying a Prebuilt

    Sweet, I was hoping the 1700 would hold up. Would anybody have any case, motherboard, and psu wattage recommendations? I have some ideas from what to look for but would appreciate some input.
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    Upgrade Road Map after Buying a Prebuilt

    I am planning on getting a new tower, motherboard, and psu first since I can't upgrade with what I have now. I am considering an RTX 2060. Will that preform well with my 1700? My planned budget will be between 500-600 which leaves little room to upgrade the processor.
  13. Howdy, I am new to PC building and need a good place to start with this project. I am looking for advice on creating an upgrade/rebuild road map for this HP Pavilion Gaming Power Desktop that was on sale at Costco. I bought it last year after my Mac kicked the bucket and was in a rush. I mainly use it for 4k video editing (Mavic Pro), software development, and light gaming. It gets the job done but I would like more power for 4k editing and greater system stability. I removed all the bloatware I could but there still are some slow response times when working in any editor. My goal is to salvage what I can off this current box and rebuild it into a general purpose 4k editor that can also game slightly above the performance of an Xbox One X. Here are the current specs: Ryzen 7 1700 16GB DDR4 (2-DIMM) 2666MHz RAM AMD Radeon RX 550 4gb 1TB 7200RPM SATA HD (Use for media storage) Samsung 970 EVO 250GB M.2 NVMe (Boot and Program storage, I added this after buying it) 310 Watt HP Power Supply Proprietary HP Tower and Motherboard Would anybody have some advice on where to start? Thanks
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