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power supply replacement

2021-05-04, 6:39 AM

I'm going to replace the power supply. Is SEASONIC PRIME PX-750, 750w suitable for LENOVO ThinkStation P340 [30dh00h2ru]?

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Re:power supply replacement

2021-05-04, 8:56 AM

Hi Boris-2019,

 

Welcome to the Community Forums.

 

The Seasonic is of ATX type and therefor should be suitable for the P340.

(ATX is included in the standardization of specifications for Motherboard, Connectivity, Dimensions and Power Supply)

 

According to PSREF and Compatible Parts for the ThinkStation P340, your PSU is as follows:

 

  • 100-240Vac,ATX 500W 92%

 

Compatible parts list:

 

 

 

 

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Voithos



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Re:power supply replacement

2021-05-04, 8:56 AM

Hi Boris-2019,

 

Welcome to the Community Forums.

 

The Seasonic is of ATX type and therefor should be suitable for the P340.

(ATX is included in the standardization of specifications for Motherboard, Connectivity, Dimensions and Power Supply)

 

According to PSREF and Compatible Parts for the ThinkStation P340, your PSU is as follows:

 

  • 100-240Vac,ATX 500W 92%

 

Compatible parts list:

 

 

 

 

Regards

 

Voithos



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Re:power supply replacement

2021-05-05, 13:29 PM

Hi Boris,

 

750W seems a little overkill for that system, maybe you could likely get away with something lower wattage and cheaper? 

 

Obviously non-Lenovo parts cannot be guaranteed to work and are not supported by Lenovo but if they are compatible there are seldom any issues. We do always recommend that you make sure you have the ability to return any unsupported parts just in case you experience any issues.

 

If it is a good price then good luck with it and please let us know your results with any parts you install!

 

 

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Re:power supply replacement

2021-05-05, 14:53 PM

You're also going to want to consider the power connectors on your newly chosen PSU and whether they will mate up properly with the connectors on the motherboard.


One common problem area people run into when trying to do what you're doing is they fail to pay attention to the ATX power connector.  P340 uses a 10 pin ATX power connector along with a 4 or 8 pin 12V power connector on the board side.  Most standard ATX power supplies will utilize a 20 or 24 pin ATX power connector that will not connect properly.  So you'd need to chase down a proper dongle to convert that power connector to work with the P340 board.

 

This is obviously something we don't support, so we can't give guidance on what dongle to use.  But if you search the forum you can likely find other threads where users have posted about this same type of upgrade and the parts they used to do it.




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