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Will RX Gpus run on this PSU?

I have this power supply Its a HP z230 Proprietary PSU. I currently have i7 4790 + 1sstd+ 1hdd + 2x8gb ram. I wanted to know if i can run RX 470/570/480/580 On this power supply anyone of them. Will it be fine? I plan on building pc from scratch in december / 2021 january. I want a gpu to last me till next year atleast so i can pick up one of the new RTX Cards later at good prices.

Any yes or no or reasoning will help wether this PSU is fine and wont blow up my pc as i dont have any money currently.

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If it has PCIe connectors, and they have either the V12-S or V12-B line for themselves, then it should be fine. Does it?

 

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8 minutes ago, seon123 said:

If it has PCIe connectors, and they have either the V12-S or V12-B line for themselves, then it should be fine. Does it?

Yeah it has a PCIe connector its 6pin. Ill need a 6pin to 8pin to use RX GPUs. So will it work?

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2 minutes ago, takashibullet said:

Yeah it has a PCIe connector its 6pin. Ill need a 6pin to 8pin to use RX GPUs. So will it work?

Reference RX 470s, if not 480s as well, only need a single 6-pin. I'd look for one of those.

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18 hours ago, Mateyyy said:

Reference RX 470s, if not 480s as well, only need a single 6-pin. I'd look for one of those.

Gona be hard to find here

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6 hours ago, takashibullet said:

Gona be hard to find here

You should be fine with 480 and 6pin to 8 pin adapter. 

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