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should i change my power supply or no?

so i had issue when the light went off my computer start rebooting while i'm playing games, i had UPS to keep my computer alive, but when the light went off, my computer freeze and back to bios. it just happen once, should i change my psu?

 

My system

-Ryzen 3 3200g

-motherboard gigabyte a320m-h2s v2

-rx 470 biostar

-1×8 gb ram 2666

-2 hdd 250gb and 1000gb both 7200rpm

-energy optimus quantum k2-500ap (500w)

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9 minutes ago, Alleem said:

should i change my psu?

Yes,it's a cheap and potentially dangerous one (It can explode or light your house on fire)

And it can kill your PC as well.

My recommendation is either a Bitfenix Formula Gold,or a Bitfenix Whisper M Gold.

A good power supply is a necessity,for your safety and the safety of your computer.

A PC Enthusiast since 2011
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how many watt do you recomend it? as a reference for buying new psu

 

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Just now, Alleem said:

how many watt do you recomend it? as a reference for buying new psu

 

For your system 500W is enough,you can buy a PSU with more if you want.

https://www.amazon.com/BitFenix-Formula-Standard-BF-550G-BP-FM550ULAG-7R/dp/B0776YX8F1

 

A PC Enthusiast since 2011
AMD Ryzen 5 2600@4GHz | GIGABYTE GTX 1660 GAMING OC @ Core 2040MHz Memory 5000MHz
Cinebench R15: 1382cb | Unigine Superposition 1080p Extreme: 3439
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36 minutes ago, Alleem said:

it just happen once, should i change my psu?

you should change the PSU regardles based on these internal shots:

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its group regulated, and idk how good of a group regulated PSU it is. 

 

couple of more things to consider. a second memmory stick, a 120gb SSD as boot drive, and decent PSU. cant really recommend a PSU without knowing what is available in your region. 

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