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  1. Can you up your budget a bit more? Powering a 1080Ti with a $60 PSU isn't worth it IMHO
  2. Can you get something like the Cooler Master MWE v2 then? It should be within your price range
  3. I actually mean the MWE Gold v2, not the White/Bronze v2
  4. That's fine, but can you get the v2 model? The v2 model is quite a bit better though (105C main capacitors instead of 85C ones in the v1, and with some component upgrades)
  5. What GPU do you want to upgrade to in the future?
  6. How much are you willing to spend though?
  7. I'd go for the Straight Power 11, due to the Focus GX may have issues handling high transient power GPUs like nVidia's Ampere:
  8. The PSU should work just fine, but it would be better to upgrade it if you can
  9. @LukeSavenije Any reasons why the Neo Eco Zen Gold has been downgraded to Tier C? It used to be in Tier B
  10. Depends, they have both have good and bad units, but the tier list should be quite helpful in determining which PSUs are better: Seems like the Neo Eco Zen Gold has been downgraded to Tier C - my bad How much are you willing to spend on a PSU though? For your build you should aim for a Tier B unit at the very least
  11. The P450B appears to be a group regulated unit, and group regulated units are no longer suitable for modern PCs: The CX450 uses a modern DC-DC+LLC design which is much more suitable for modern PCs. If you want a bit more breathing room then spend a bit more for the CX550 instead (not the CX550M, which is a lower quality unit)
  12. You'll need a quality 550W-600W unit to power it, so something in the line of this one should do: https://pcpartpicker.com/product/TDjJ7P/antec-earthwatts-gold-pro-750w-80-gold-certified-semi-modular-atx-power-supply-ea750g-pro (the 750W version is cheaper than the 650W for some reason) or this one: https://pcpartpicker.com/product/BFPgXL/antec-neoeco-gold-zen-600-w-80-gold-certified-atx-power-supply-ne600g-zen (downgraded to Tier C)
  13. Wattage wise it will handle it, but the biggest issue here is the outdated design of the unit, probably something like the Corsair CX450 would be a better choice: https://pcpartpicker.com/product/Q7L7YJ/corsair-cx-2017-450w-80-bronze-certified-atx-power-supply-cp-9020120-na
  14. Not a very good one, seems like a group regulated unit? Might be a good idea to go for a high quality unit with a modern design (LLC+DC-DC, or even DF+DC-DC) Do you have a link to an online store?
  15. What hardware are you powering though? The EVGA GT appears to be EOL'ed, according to the tier list (but the unit is in Tier A low priority, due to lack of reviews):
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