Can my PSU run these components ?

Frede230

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So my question is, if my current psu can run my new components
PSU: Hantol 800 W 80 plus silver
CPU: Intel Core I5 4670k 3.5 GHZ (overclocked to 4.5 GHZ)
GPU: MSI Geforce GTX 770 Lightning
MOBO: MSI Z87 G45 Gaming
CPU Cooler: Corsair H80i water cooling
DVD-Rom Drive :ASUS DRW-24B1LT
RAM: Kingston HyperX Beast DDR3-1600 DC 16GB
Hard Disk :Western Digital WD5000AAKS-07YGA0 ATA Device (500GB)
Hard Disk :SAMSUNG HD502IJ ATA Device (500GB)
Network Card:Realtek Semiconductor RTL8190 802.11n Wireless LAN
Fans: 3 120 MM, and 2 80 MM
Hope you can help me! :)



 

anort3

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I have never heard of Hantol and I can't find anything about it. That usually means a local brand that could be anywhere from decent to about to blow up. Without a review there is just no way to tell.

If it can actually put out somewhere near it's rated power you are fine. You need a quality 550-600w unit with a minimum of 38a on the 12v rail for a GTX 770.

Edit: Ouch! Based on the above poster replace that junk before you even try gaming on your new machine. It falls in the 'may damage your components' category! Here in the US people would go to jail over stuff like that.
 

Frede230

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Thanks both of you for the quick response.. :)
I just got done reading the link that ganon11000 posted, and im defitnetly getting rid of that PSU, and i looked around and found a XFX Core Edition PRO750W to around 120$ and i think that is gonna be the choice.. but is it overkill?? :D
 

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