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Evga 600W W1

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drop it in and you are good to go

yes thats a meh quality unit but it should work fine considering youve already got an rx 580 in it

My pc: i7 4790 CPU, DDR3 ram, optiplex 9020 MT, rx 580, so i was wondering if this bad quality PSU can be useful with rtx 2060S which i can get for free and if the rtx 2060S (windforce OC, gigabyte one) can even fit

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drop it in and you are good to go

yes thats a meh quality unit but it should work fine considering youve already got an rx 580 in it

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4 minutes ago, Somerandomtechyboi said:

drop it in and you are good to go

yes thats a meh quality unit but it should work fine considering youve already got an rx 580 in it

I forgot to mention its 8gb rx 580 and then i guess it could fit if not then im gonna have to remove the cage

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I've had a 500W version of that power supply in a server running since 2019, 24/7. I also put various wattages in other machines I've built for years, no issues with them.

My Current Setup:

AMD Ryzen 5900X

Kingston HyperX Fury 3200mhz 2x16GB

MSI B450 Gaming Plus

Cooler Master Hyper 212 Evo

EVGA RTX 3060 Ti XC

Samsung 970 EVO Plus 2TB

WD 5400RPM 2TB

EVGA G3 750W

Corsair Carbide 300R

Arctic Fans 140mm x4 120mm x 1

 

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