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Rytis2

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  1. I guess I won't risk it after all and don't even buy the adapter temporarily and order this Be Quiet PSU. I remember for one week or so the PC would shut down unexpectedly out of nowhere (I think when playing games). But it did that for only a week or so and then it didn't anymore. I don't know if that was a loose power cable or the PSU. And when I turn on the I O button after plugging the power cord it sparkles for a split moment. It says it has two 6 + 2 PIN connections. Is it correct that 6 + 2 is the same as an 8 pin which my graphics card requires?
  2. Thank you very much for the suggestions. I will look into upgrading (maybe a bit later). Some say that PFC is active and others have it passive. Is this important? Which is better – I guess active?
  3. Here is the picture. I'm from Lithuania (EU). What would you recommend from this eshop: https://www.1a.lt/kompiuteriu_komponentai_tinklo_produktai/korpusas_ir_ausinimas/maitinimo_blokai/filter/431_o:439_o ?
  4. Only "AC 220 V / 50 Hz" Yeah I have this PC for about 3 years I think if not more. So would you say my linked adapter would be OK (at least temporarily)?
  5. I decided to replace my GTX 960 Mini with a GTX 1070. The product page for my PC says I have a 600 W PSU but I can only see 1 6-pin connector that's connected to my current card. See image: I read that such adapter is not recommended. So do I need a new PSU? My specs: Intel Core i7-4790 (4 cores) up to 4Ghz 2Tb SATA3 7200rpm 16Gb DDR3 1600Mhz DVD-RW Super Multi ASUS GeForce GTX960 2Gb GDDR5 600W Silent PFC 12cm (I guess it's this one)
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