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I want to upgrade my pc with a gpu that I could buy in the future

2021-04-19, 0:52 AM

I have a "Lenovo Ideacentre 510A-15ARR  90J0007GCF" and it only has a 180w psu, which won't be enough for a gpu like a gtx 1650 or a gtx 1050 ti. So I want to know if there is anyway I could upgrade my psu.

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Re:I want to upgrade my pc with a gpu that I could buy in the future

2021-04-19, 9:57 AM

Hello @GPUMarket'sDead,

 

Welcome to the Community Forums.

 

I've checked the official parts list and the only other recommended PSU is part number 00PC775.

However this is only a 210W psu which would not be enough for the GPU.

 

Other members have tried non-OEM PSU's with their machines since this part is not whitelisted therefore it should work.
Source: https://pcsupport.lenovo.com/us/en/products/desktops-and-all-in-ones/500-series/510a-15arr/90j0/90j0007gcf/parts/display/compatible


Hope this helps.
Regards,
Jack_Lenovo1



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