Typically the PSU is just adequate for what is in the package. I asked HP but they gave no response. The jumper is found at the lower right edge of the motherboard, near the SATA connectors. Do not change any jumper setting while the computer is on. Processor upgrade information Socket type: Hp sent me two different responses and one said it would support the and one said it would only support a
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HP NodusM3-GL8E Motherboard
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See your browser’s documentation for specific instructions. I wrote to HP several times and they only give me this info: