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Is my PSU still holding up

Hello Guys! (question in the bottom)

 

I am a LTT fan from before LMG was a thing, but I have never sign in to this amazing tech forum!

I have a question to You Guys, is my PSU Corsair AX860i will hang on to todays standards or it is time for a change?

I was thrown out from my hobby (IT TECH) in favour of family, work etc. and my knowledge is not as good as it used to be.

 

Im useing :

MB: Asus Z170-Deluxe

CPU: i7 6700K

GPU: Zotac AMP 1080Ti Extreme with added Grizzly thermal pads (it was a bit too hot)

RAM: 2x8 G.Skill Ripjaws V, DDR4, 3200MHz, CL14 (F4-3200C14D-16GVR)

SSD/HDD: 3-4 Samsung 860EVO'a nad some old Baracuda HDD

and thats about it (Fractal Design R5)

 

It served me very well for the last 4 years (1060 strix upgraded to 1080ti last year).

I'm not as severe player as I was 5, 10, 25 years ago and I'm not as engaged in PC's as much as I was back in the day but I still buy and love games (to buy too many of them thou') and new titles are much more demanding now.

I play on Dell Alienware AW3418DW (3440x1440) and what is left form my younger age is that I am still a Quality Freak :) (all settings to the max if I can ;( )

 

QUESTION:

Is my PSU capable to support newer equipement? New Intel/AMD CPU's and Nvidia GPU let's say 30XX series?

 

Thank You in advance!

V.

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its still more than enough for an upgrade! if anything power requirements are lower, due to die shrinks etc

Gaming PC: • AMD Ryzen 7 3900x • 16gb Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro 3200mhz • Founders Edition 2080ti • 2x Crucial 1tb nvme ssd • NZXT H1• Logitech G915TKL • Logitech G Pro • Asus ROG XG32VQ • SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless

Laptop: MacBook Pro M1 512gb

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Thank You very much for the replies. As I burnet my last two PSU's (:P) I can never be sure if the voltages on any given rail is enough and so on..

 

Thanks :) I appriciate every tip!

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