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  • Q: what is power supply watts of this model? thank you  (1 Answer)

    By murs01 

    • Best answerAccording to HP's website it is a 180 watt PSU.

      By Anonymous 

  • Q: What is the power supply of this pc and which are the video card upgrade opttions  (1 Answer)

    By frank 

    • Best answerpower supply is 180 watt according to the specs listed out on google, (link below ): https://www.google.com/shopping/product/4808734349675151089/specs?q=V8Q15AA%23ABA&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwin47vh3NPOAhVETCYKHcE0BzEQ6iQIlgE and I would bet that there will be no extra pci-e power connector as with most oem desktops with low power supplies. However, you can choose to add a decent power supply for around $50 or less. And yes, there is 1 pci-e 3.0 x16 slot free on the motherboard. I hope this helps your purchase decisions.

      By mcstudent136 

    • Best answerI have this-- the i7 spec makes it the deal. even 8 GB RAM is OK--but, video is terrible. And there is only space to add about a 5.5 Inch deep card. most likely a nvida 700 series. BUT, you need another power supply probably-- this is only 180 watts. I figure about $100 (60 for video and 40 for power supply--MINIMUM), plus at least 40-80 if I want more RAM), should make it much better. SO, is it worth spending 500 + 60 +40 + 80= 680, or just looking for the complete package somewhere else? NOTE-- I've always heard it is better have matching sticks of RAM--so the one 8GB inside might prove worthless and require a pack of 2 more 8's. If you want to go that rout.

      By nobody 

  • Q: Can I add a new GPU like the XFX AMD RX 470? In-Store, Seems there's no slot for a PCI-EX GPU?  (2 Answers)

    By Dankmeme 

    • Best answerNo... This PC lacks a PCI-E X16 Slot, when I went to purchase this... ( Too good to be true. ) I asked to look inside, it uses a laptop-like motherboard. You can not fit a new PSU inside as its shorter width wise than you think. Also, the mother board appears to use a none standard Main board power port, not the normal 20 pin. And too top it off, there is a metal bar in the middle that prevents you from putting anything like a GPU inside. I ended up buying another HP with same specs, for 899 kind of sucks, but that HP has room for common PSUs and room for a 12 inch GPU. Just a heads up.

      By Jason 

  • Q: What are the dimensions of the tower?  (1 Answer)

    By Phyllis 

    • Best answerThis item is 14.3 inches high, 6.4 inches wide and 14.9 inches deep.

      By CommunityAnswer 

  • Q: Does this come with a keyboard and mouse?  (3 Answers)

    By Anonymous 

    • Best answerYes I have not seen any not come with a set.

      By Bluetii 

    • Best answerThis PC has one HDMI output which will any monitor with a HDMI input. You only need to add a video card if you are a gamer but the I7 cpu is quite capable by itself without a video card.

      By Chicobiker 

  • Q: what is the model of this tower?  (2 Answers)

    By spike 

    • Best answerThis is the HP Pavilion 510-p024.

      By Sam1 

  • Q: Can this computer's RAM be expanded to 16GB?  (2 Answers)

    By Bobby 

    • Best answerYes http://www.bestbuy.com/site/crucial-1-pack-8gb-pc4-17000-ddr4-dimm-unbuffered-non-ecc-desktop-memory-kit/5420801.p?id=bb5420801&skuId=5420801

      By Bluetii 

  • Q: Does this Computors have built in speakers  (1 Answer)

    By Derr 

    • AThank you for your question. This desktop PC, like most desktops nowadays, do not have built-in speakers. You can use any USB or 3.5mm speaker system and connect it to this desktop for sound.

      By HP Team 

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