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How to know if PSU is good for Rx 5700 xt

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check this and get atleast psu from tier B+

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It should work, it's a decent unit and since you already have it probably wouldn't be worth running out and buying a new PSU, at least for now.
 

Where did you hear that a 5700XT requires 42A of current?


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4 minutes ago, ichihgo said:

can you please tell me if this PSU is Okay for rx 5700 xt

It should be just fine. 


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11 minutes ago, Mateyyy said:

It should work, it's a decent unit and since you already have it probably wouldn't be worth running out and buying a new PSU, at least for now.
 

Where did you hear that a 5700XT requires 42A of current?

https://www.game-debate.com/gpu/index.php?gid=4812&gid2=4751&compare=Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Super Zotac Destroyer HA 8GB-vs-AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT Gigabyte Gaming OC 8GB

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20 minutes ago, ichihgo said:

I'm going to get a GPU and I have this PSU https://www.thermaltake.com/thermaltake-toughpower-gx1-700w-gold.html#additional

I don't know if it have the proper Amps output as Rx 5700 xt require 42 Amps, can you please tell me if this PSU is Okay for rx 5700 xt

It will be fine. A 700 watt PSU is plenty. For reference, the rig in my sig in game load, which is a RTX 2080 overclocked and a 9900k overclocked, only pulls about 480 watts. That PSU will be fine :).


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