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Is this a good psu or should i stay away from it?

DarthSmartt
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I was looking at the Evga 100-N1-0550-L1 550W N1 PSU to put in a Dell Optiplex 9010 MT. 

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Evga-100-N1-0550-L1-550W-N1-Psu-Great-Choice-At-A/122758815804?epid=2069619903&hash=item1c94fee03c:g:mL0AAOSwySVZ5l1B

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-Optiplex-9010-MT-Intel-Core-i7-3770-3-4GHz-4GB-80GB-Win-7-Pro-1-Yr-Wty/201535142115?epid=1251097137&hash=item2eec6e38e3:g:CCgAAOSwU-pXvJVw

Im planning on adding an r9 390. Is the psu in the computer good enough? I didn't know if it was or not so i looked at the Evga one and it was good but it didn't have an 80+ rating. Will it fit in the computer and is it an ok psu?

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No and no.

The PSU is bottom tier garbage and the computer uses a proprietary PSU on the motherboard.

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The N1 is a really low end PSU, and it's only rated for full power at 25°C. $47 is also a terrible price for it. 

The 390 is really power hungry, so you'll want a decent PSU. 

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Long story: Proprietary non standard form factor PSU and connectors in your OEM system

Short story: Your fucked

Moral of story: Don't buy OEM systems

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14 minutes ago, Lurick said:

computer uses a proprietary PSU on the motherboard.

 

6 minutes ago, L.Lawliet said:

ur pc use proprietary u cant just use random atx psu..

what are you guys talking about ?

 

the back of my dell 7010 looks EXACTLY like the pictures on ebay here and there is nothing proprietary about the PSU form factor or the connectors on the motherboard ... unless i am missing something.

 

the mainboard in my 7010 has a regular 24 pin ATX and one 4 pin cpu power. i don't think this one is different. we are talking about the full mATX tower, not the low profile stuff (wich do seem to have proprietary mainboard connectors) 

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1 minute ago, KenjiUmino said:

 

what are you guys talking about ?

 

the back of my dell 7010 looks EXACTLY like the pictures on ebay here and there is nothing proprietary about the PSU form factor or the connectors on the motherboard ... unless i am missing something.

 

the mainboard in my 7010 has a regular 24 pin ATX and one 4 pin cpu power. i don't think this one is different. we are talking about the full mATX tower, not the low profile stuff (wich do seem to have proprietary mainboard connectors) 

This is a 9010 not a 7010

Find the 24-pin

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1 minute ago, KenjiUmino said:

 

what are you guys talking about ?

 

the back of my dell 7010 looks EXACTLY like the pictures on ebay here and there is nothing proprietary about the PSU form factor or the connectors on the motherboard ... unless i am missing something.

 

the mainboard in my 7010 has a regular 24 pin ATX and one 4 pin cpu power. i don't think this one is different. we are talking about the full mATX tower, not the low profile stuff (wich do seem to have proprietary mainboard connectors) 

i dont see a 24 pin anywhere 

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1 minute ago, L.Lawliet said:

 

Hey wait wait guys i googled it and here's the link

https://www.dell.com/support/article/id/en/idbiz1/sln298099/optiplex-9010-mini-tower-teardown-removal-guide-for-customer-replaceable-units--crus-?lang=en

 

go to the psu removal guide and u'll find this it does use 24-pin or maybe dell just use random optiplex line up for the pic.

9010MTpsu1.JPG

again that's a 9010 not 7010

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8 minutes ago, KenjiUmino said:

 

what are you guys talking about ?

 

the back of my dell 7010 looks EXACTLY like the pictures on ebay here and there is nothing proprietary about the PSU form factor or the connectors on the motherboard ... unless i am missing something.

 

the mainboard in my 7010 has a regular 24 pin ATX and one 4 pin cpu power. i don't think this one is different. we are talking about the full mATX tower, not the low profile stuff (wich do seem to have proprietary mainboard connectors) 

do you know the wattage of your psu?

 

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2 minutes ago, rip said:

again that's a 9010 not 7010

I was looking at the 9010 on ebay.

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12 minutes ago, Lurick said:

This is a 9010 not a 7010

Find the 24-pin

 

ok ... looks like i was indeed missing something.

 

BUT ... adapters do exist

 

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15 minutes ago, rip said:

i dont see a 24 pin anywhere 

s-l1600.jpg

I found this that shows the exact mobo in the pc (9010)

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/75576099977244562

it looks like it has a 24 pin

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5 minutes ago, KenjiUmino said:

 

ok ... looks like i was indeed missing something.

 

BUT ... adapters do exist

 

Ähnliches Foto

Yooo! Check out my dongle.

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250GB Samsung 850 evo

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Corsair Graphite 600t (white)

 

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24 minutes ago, huilun02 said:

Long story: Proprietary non standard form factor PSU and connectors in your OEM system

Short story: Your fucked

Moral of story: Don't buy OEM systems

Long story: You should do your reaserch because your wrong.

Short story: your dumb

Moral of the story: Don't be stupid

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1 minute ago, DarthSmartt said:

Yooo! Check out my dongle.

jup ... pretty much everytime some asshat company thinks they are "too cool" or have roo much courage to use standard connectors - shit's gettin ugly

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If I know if I can put another PSU into the 9010, I'll be set.

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2 hours ago, DarthSmartt said:

If I know if I can put another PSU into the 9010, I'll be set.

As long as it uses a 24-pin then yes. That said, for a hot and power hungry AMD GPU that likely won’t even fit in your case you’re going to want a high quality unit. At the very least, get a Corsair CX550/M. If you don’t have the money to buy that unit for a very cheap <$50 then you don’t have the money for a 390.

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Ok. I’m doing this theoretically just to see if I could build a pc under $600 that will match the Scorpio.

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1 hour ago, STRMfrmXMN said:

As long as it uses a 24-pin then yes. That said, for a hot and power hungry AMD GPU that likely won’t even fit in your case you’re going to want a high quality unit. At the very least, get a Corsair CX550/M. If you don’t have the money to buy that unit for a very cheap <$50 then you don’t have the money for a 390.

Do you know if a standard psu will fit in the slot?

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250GB Samsung 850 evo

2tb WD Black 7200rpm

Ek watercooling kit a240g with 360 expansion pack

Primochill Vue Red fluid

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14 minutes ago, DarthSmartt said:

Do you know if a standard psu will fit in the slot?

If it's an ATX PSU then it will.

 

Really though, it would be more cost-effective to get a new case and motherboard and not have to deal with all the stupid proprietary connections.

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