Upgrading a p6510f Pavilion with a new power supply, graphics card and RAM work?

Well, here's the deal that I go back to Japan for about 3 months and during this time I will borrow my laptop Cousins (in Exchange for my office) for Skype etc.. No problem their the thing is that he is a player and this p6510f has a few bad specifications when it comes to this, so I thought that I could let him borrow some cake rather than dirt, if you catch my drift ha... As well, when I get back gamer I ~ ('voice of Yoda"aka How Japanese works...)

So I looked on Newegg / Amazon read comments and planned my purchase but the question is can this case and the Board of Directors manage what I use? lazy to measure everything out / busy.

So first thing, I would like to replace:

Replace the 2 x 2 GB ram cards default with:

4 x Corsair blue Vengeance 4 GB (2 X 4 GB) 1600 mHz PC3-12800 DDR3 SDRAM of 240 pins

For a total of ram 16 GB with my x 64 bit PC of course

Link: http://AMZN.to/KtMt9m (note that I buy two)

Replacing power 250w with an overkill rather one but it is the same price as a 550w then why not eh? After all the future upgrade/ability to use it in future builds?

1 x Corsair Enthusiast Series 650 watts 80 Plus Bronze Certified Power Supply Compatible with Intel Core i3, i5, i7 and AMD platforms

For the graphics card + overclocking.

Link: http://AMZN.to/IkLTdp 

Finally no more ATI integrated BS... Please for the love of the creator (will it work?)

1 x EVGA GeForce GTX 580 1536 MB GDDR5 PCI-Express 2.0 2DVI/Mini-HDMI SLI

If my PC can adapt to this card, and it works with power above that will make me happy enough. (Regarding the cooling if it becomes a problem, I can upgrade fans me but first comes this material.)

Link: http://AMZN.to/IFiEa2

I checked the slot for graphics card, RAM and power supply power and it seems to me that this will work out I want just a professional opinion...

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HP Pavilion p6510f PC / Nr WW639AA #ABA

Four cores AMD Athlon 630

4 GB Ram DDR3

HARD DRIVE 750 GB

Integrated ATI Radeon graphics card...

Power Max Power 250W

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

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Thank you! ~ Of Amerindian

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Hello

According to Corsair, the DIMMs that you chose is detected only at 1600 mhz, which is not in the specifications published by HP.

You can roll the dice on the DIMMs that you chose, but I wouldn't recommend that buy you them until you contact Corsair and get a confirmation.  Computers HP can be very finicky with DIMMs, especially if you try to mix them with other DIMM modules.  If you do buy these bars and want to be them mixed with the existing DIMMs, then make sure the timings of latency CASE corresponding information validated HP. Also mix DIMM sizes will cause the memory function in unbalanced mode that adversely affect the performance of the memory.

You should be able to make your own decision on whether to roll the dice.

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