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Iron Wolf

Do I need a new PSU for upgrade?

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So I have a decently old small form factor PC that I am upgrading to use as a Minecraft server.

The current specs of the computer are: 

CPU: Pentium G630 (REPLACING with Core I7 2600)

Mobo: chipset: H61 socket: LGA 1155

Memory: 8gb 2x4 DDR3 1333Mhz (REPLACING with 16gb 2x8)

SSD: 500gb sata 2.5in

PSU: 220w (according to newegg)

DVD-Rom (its 2020 not really necessary to keep)

PCI wifi card

 

I plan on replacing the CPU for a core I7 2600, and possibly replacing the ram for 16gb. 
 

I put this into Newegg's PSU calc and it said that it would take 191watts which is very close to the 220w that the PSU is rated for. My question is should I get a better PSU to power everything?
 

If I do need a new PSU I have no idea what form factor to get. 

 

Here are some pictures:

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that psu is enough since you do not have a dedicated cpu. yes that psu is horrible but if you are tight on money htat psu will do. and psu calculators are a joke. they usually overestimate since you do not run the cpu, ram, fans and the storage at 100% all the time anyway

 


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48 minutes ago, Iron Wolf said:

Do I need a new PSU for upgrade?

PSU: 220w (according to newegg)

It says 168W in your picture, but yeah it's fine.


CPU: 19-9900KS  MotherboardGigabyte H31OM DS2V DDR3  CPU Cooler: Coolet Master Hyper T2  GPU: Dataland RTX 550 Duel Cool 4 GB(using the software-overclock since it makes about a 3fps difference in GTAV)  RAM: Kingstom blue fury 16GIGS DDR3 1333MHz + 16GB Corshair 1600Mhz (running at 1333Mhz) RAM stick  

Case: Phantek Enthoo Pro M with a fibreglass side panel  PSU: SeaSonic M12 SS-70OHM 700WATTS 80+ White 

Storage: Kingstone A4OO 1.92TB + 4TB Seagate Barracuda 5400RPM OS: Windows 10 Home Displays: A0C AG241QX (23.8" 2K 144hz TN, duel monitor setup)

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