Question Do i need a better supply or its enough ?

Oct 27, 2020
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Heres my pc requiments
Ryzen 5 1400
8 gb ram 2133mhz
Samsung evo 840 120 gb ssd

and the graphics card is amd radeon hd 5670 1gb (64 watt tdp)

my power supply:
TX PowerMAX 400W
Txpsu400s2

I wanted to upgrade my graphics card to a way better graphics card could someone help me with it ? which card i can get maximum like whats the limit ? should i buy a better psu (in my mind i was planning to buy gtx 960 or rx 470)
 
Click on the first link in my signature. That is a must-read when it comes to getting good PSUs and avoiding bad ones.

Unfortunately, with the current pandemic, even the lower-priced PSUs that were considered reasonably good have gotten more expensive. Also unfortunate is the fact that bad ones seem to be far too readily available.

The first hint you should look for is how much power is available on the 12V rails - if it's not equal to, or at least fairly close to the power rating of the PSU itself, then there's a good chance you should avoid it.


A PSU is a safety device. Using a poor-quality one is taking a gamble on doing damage to your PC components.
 
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You have a choice, risk damage to your system or pay the extra for a good quality power supply, there is no option in skipping good quality in a power supply if you want a stable system to run for a decent amount of time.
alright thank you guys for help have a good day
 

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