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Is this psu enough for i7 2600 and mai rx480 gaming x

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So am looking for a better psu. Can you help me determine if this will work for my core i7 2600 and msi Rx480 gaming x 4Gb. Am on a tight budget and I also might get a new case as well. Thanks in advance guys.2EEFA3C2-53CE-4ADD-9B8C-39D56B9353B4.png.262e5778df6791c8fd07b0762a13b21a.png

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eh, maybe. overall quality seems mediocre at best


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I don't like suggesting brand loyalty or anything, but I would stick to power supplies you can actually find reviews for

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21 minutes ago, Rcoultz29 said:

So am looking for a better psu. Can you help me determine if this will work for my core i7 2600 and msi Rx480 gaming x 4Gb. Am on a tight budget and I also might get a new case as well. Thanks in advance guys.

only having 480w on the 12v rail for a 600w PSU means that it's ancient, not worth considering.


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from what I've seen they mostly use andyson, but I'm not sure about the exact platform here

17 minutes ago, Herman Mcpootis said:

only having 480w on the 12v rail for a 600w PSU means that it's ancient, not worth considering.

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this generally indicates it being group regulation, with a system like that you want something individually due to the load you put on it

 

what would your country and budget be?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Right now the psu am using is crashing my system if I play gpu intensive games. I dial down the graphics settings and that can allow me to play usually but if it draws too many watts the pc huts off and restarts. Anyways At mosti wanted to spend about 60$ and am in Canada. Thanks again guys.

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