4 hours ago, baeni said:
// Edit: I placed the B450-F Gaming there as the B550-F Gaming is not available yet but I'll get the B550 instead of the B450.
Aight so that CPU, even with PBO on, seems to cap out around 81W:
And the 2060 Founder's Edition caps at 166W:
An AIB card with a higher power target can pull more than this, but probably won't go over 200W or so. Meaning around 281W for CPU + GPU, add in 100W for just comfortable overhead and that's 380W. On a 450W PSU you'd still have 70W free for the chipset (I do know X570 can pull a bit, IDK how hungry B550 will be) + fans/drives/whatever else you add. So the 350-450W power various sites quote you is correct. You can snag a quality 450W unit and be fine (under gaming load you'll pull far, far less), or just get a standard 550W and have plenty of room for hungrier hardware in future.