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what power supply should i chose?

i have a ryzen 5 3600 16 gb team group t force delta gtx 1660(or rtx 2060 still choosing) asrock b550 motherboard and 190 gb ssd storage and 1 tb hdd storage. So should i chose a 500 watt to 600 watt. 600 watt to 700 watt power supply

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Just now, Mohammad Saleh said:

i am deciding to buy the parts or not i do not have the computer

For your usage a good 500w or better psu is totally fine. Pick a b tier 500w or higher psu from this list:

 

 

With psu's it;s extremely important that you get a quality unit as low quality units either cannot deliver their rated power, break your system, are unstable, die,... and so on.

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600 W or 700 W might yield slightly better efficiency and noise (if the PSU supports silent operation when drawing a low current), and you'll get a bit more upgrading headroom (e.g. CPUs with much higher core counts, more power-hungry GPUs, heavy overclocking, etc.). Considering good PSUs can get pricey, I'd weigh this in your consideration.

 

If not, 500 W should be just fine for this particular build.

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ok thanks and Jaslion who was chatting with me before you came gave a link where i entered the configuration i am buying and it told that average underload will be 270 watts

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51 minutes ago, Mohammad Saleh said:

so an 80 plus bronze 500 watt power supply is good for my build

80+ says nothing about the specific PSU. 

 

without pointing to any specific PSU. use the linked Tierlist and grab a Tier B or higher. 

 

58 minutes ago, SEAL62 said:

https://outervision.com/power-supply-calculator

Here you can calculate yor PSU consumption

this isnt accurate for calculating PSU wattage, nor really useful for picking PSU. 

 

1 hour ago, Mohammad Saleh said:

So should i chose a 500 watt to 600 watt. 600 watt to 700 watt power supply

i could point to a specific unit if you have a retailer i can look through. 

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