Alright thank you a lot, Ill look into themHere's the thing....at work I have lots of PCs with cheap Chinese power supplies...and they just fail quite a bit and I replace them with cheap Chinese power supplies because my employer likes to save money.
They fail in different ways.....but most commonly they just stop working and the PC won't boot.
I've never had a Corsair or a Seasonic fail on my home machines.
I would suggest something like this. Corsair RM550X
Here's an RM650X for cheaper. I'm guessing because it's a 2018 but that wouldn't stop me.
or any Seasonic model is good. I would just try and stay above 550 watts. That should be plenty for the 1060 and the rest of what you have.
Around £60Modern PCs draw almost all their power from the 12V rail. That "850W" PSU is only rated for 576W. 576W is still plenty for your specs in theory, but having 12V power that much less than total rated power typically means it's a very old design, very crappy design, or both.
What's your budget for a new PSU?
Do you know if these would work with my motherboard and case?To be honest, this is all you really need: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/product/FQ648d/corsair-power-supply-cp9020101na
If you want to spend a bit more to have bit of headroom, this would be a good option: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/product/dDH48d/corsair-txm-gold-550w-80-gold-certified-semi-modular-atx-power-supply-cp-9020133-na
Ah sorry, heres a link https://www.overclockers.co.uk/galaxy-evo-gaming-case-usb3.0-3x-red-blue-led-switchable-fans-ca-057-ok.htmlWell you never said what case you have, but unless it's some non-standard case from a pre-built PC you should be fine. It will work with your motherboard.