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is 400 watts enough for ryzen 1600 gtx1050ti ??

Sureshchillz
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I recommend at least a 500watt power supply. Preferably along the Corsair CX Grey Label Brand or EVGA B3

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It's more than enough as long as you don't have a total ass-tier unit. Hell, I'm running a 3770 and a 1050Ti on a 240 watt? unit and have absolutely no problems.

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22 minutes ago, rgb fan said:

almost

You misspelled more than enough.

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2 minutes ago, Being Delirious said:

I recommend at least a 500watt power supply. Preferably along the Corsair CX Grey Label Brand or EVGA B3

I’m sorry, but 500w is an extra 25% over an already overkill amount of wattage and totally doesn’t answer the question. Great job.

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31 minutes ago, Sureshchillz said:

i already have 400watts so only im asking this qus

Yes, it will be just fine.

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What PSU are you using? If its low quality get another one.

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18 hours ago, The Blackhat said:

You misspelled more than enough.

 

19 hours ago, rgb fan said:

almost

how

 

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20 hours ago, Sureshchillz said:

i already have 400watts so only im asking this qus

And what "400W" do you own?
How old is it?

 

Its like asking "can I let my kid drive my orange Ford".

You are missing all the important facts like Age of the PSU and the Model Number.

 

The Wattage is secondary and almost irrelevant for your system.

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