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Is my power supply enough?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have this power supply from my old pc and I want to use it in my new build.

My build is Ryzen 3 2200g, Gigabyte Ga-a320m-2sh motherboard, 8gb corsair ram, no graphic card


Will this power supply be enough and how many watt power supply is it I cannot able to understand


Also this power supply has 4 pin in cpu instead of 8 pins I see on similar build will it affect my pc somehow?


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that psu is utte garbage, get any decent 400w+ psu.


your pc uses under 200w under load but still 400w is what you should be looking for.

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Your power supply was made for computers from 2002 and older. That's how old it is.

For the past 10 years computers pull most of their power from 12V. Your power supply claims to be capable of outputting only 180W on the 12V rail, so for all intents and purposes, you've got a super old 180W PSU.

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