Question can an simulated sine wave ups damage my gaming PC or it’s safe to use it while i use it with this psu in the link (thermaltake litepower series)

Mar 26, 2019
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It's not a great power supply so it may not like the simulated sine wave. I would upgrade if you have some expensive parts, but I wouldn't worry about it if your only using it with lower end components. What is your full setup? Look at this:https://superuser.com/questions/912679/when-do-i-need-a-pure-sine-wave-ups
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my graphic card is gtx 1060 that what i am worrying about and it's cost about 400$ in my country!!
 
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Usually people who are hooking up analog audio equipment worry about square wave UPS, not for PC people.

I have used several PCs on an APC 450VA square wave UPS for 2 decades, have no complaint. YMMV.
Usually people who are hooking up analog audio equipment worry about square wave UPS, not for PC people.

I have used several PCs on an APC 450VA square wave UPS for 2 decades, have no complaint. YMMV.
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have you ever used it with active pfc psu ?
 

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