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Can my Antec BP450P support RTX 3060ti + Ryzen 3600X

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8 minutes ago, Legendary King said:

Isnt 450 to 600 a big jump? 
I mean if recommended is 600 how can 450 handle it
or is that for future proofing?

Depends on the things you do but 450 is very low 600w is still kinda low. It’s not that big of a jump at all 450 to 1000w is big. I had a prebuilt system I upgraded all the parts except for my psu and it caused me serious problems. Please upgrade to at least 600w

Hey!
I guess title explains it
I have Ryzen 3600+GTX 1050ti in my rig right now
Will my PSU be able to run rtx 3060ti? 
I dont really have any extra cooling solution, Just one fan that came with the case
I do have 3 hard drives tho with 1 ssd (All sata)
2 3.5 inch 5400 RPM hard drives
1 2.5inch 5400 RPM
1 WD blue SSD (Sata)

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13 minutes ago, Legendary King said:

Hey!
I guess title explains it
I have Ryzen 3600+GTX 1050ti in my rig right now
Will my PSU be able to run rtx 3060ti? 
I dont really have any extra cooling solution, Just one fan that came with the case
I do have 3 hard drives tho with 1 ssd (All sata)
2 3.5 inch 5400 RPM hard drives
1 2.5inch 5400 RPM
1 WD blue SSD (Sata)

Well it might work but i would definitely upgrade. To at least 600w

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2 minutes ago, Itachi_Uchiha said:

Well it might work but i would definitely upgrade. To at least 600w

Isnt 450 to 600 a big jump? 
I mean if recommended is 600 how can 450 handle it
or is that for future proofing?

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8 minutes ago, Legendary King said:

Isnt 450 to 600 a big jump? 
I mean if recommended is 600 how can 450 handle it
or is that for future proofing?

Depends on the things you do but 450 is very low 600w is still kinda low. It’s not that big of a jump at all 450 to 1000w is big. I had a prebuilt system I upgraded all the parts except for my psu and it caused me serious problems. Please upgrade to at least 600w

Please help me out and donate to my go fund me to help get parts for a gaming pc. Any amount is useful. Thanks! (dm for link)

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34 minutes ago, Legendary King said:

Hey!
I guess title explains it
I have Ryzen 3600+GTX 1050ti in my rig right now
Will my PSU be able to run rtx 3060ti? 
I dont really have any extra cooling solution, Just one fan that came with the case
I do have 3 hard drives tho with 1 ssd (All sata)
2 3.5 inch 5400 RPM hard drives
1 2.5inch 5400 RPM
1 WD blue SSD (Sata)

The STRIX 3060 Ti can draw up to 250W ALONE. Count the cpu, motherboard and other hardware and you can easily reach 350-400W. The Antec power supply that you have is a basic model, I'd suggest at least 600W with a certified bronze or higher label.

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8 minutes ago, Itachi_Uchiha said:

Depends on the things you do but 450 is very low 600w is still kinda low. It’s not that big of a jump at all 450 to 1000w is big. I had a prebuilt system I upgraded all the parts except for my psu and it caused me serious problems. Please upgrade to at least 600w

Don't just look out for any 600W PSU though. Get a good one like the Corsair RM, RMx, Enermax Revolution D.F, etc. You can have a look at the PSU tier list in my signature. Then get a 650W unit from Tier A and you're good.

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24 minutes ago, Itachi_Uchiha said:

Depends on the things you do but 450 is very low 600w is still kinda low.

600w will be plenty even for overcloking. 450w should do at stock settings sicne the cpu does not use much power. Anyway that Antec unit is pretty bad so do not use that!

 

 

36 minutes ago, Legendary King said:

I mean if recommended is 600 how can 450 handle it
or is that for future proofing?

Good 450w would handle it. Like cx 450, but you have pretty poor unit so better to get atleast 600w unit form the psu tierl ist in my siganute (tier B should be fine, but tier A is recommended)

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