Will a 600w EVGA 80+ sli/crossfire single rail 40a power a gtx 1050ti and a i7-2600
Could I possibly run into any problems the pc has got a i7-2600 8gb ram gtx 1050 ti 4gb to run possibly csgo, rocket leugue, and maybe gta v story/fivem (don't cear about fortnite) also thanks for answeringYes it can power that rig. That's an entry-level/budget PSU from EVGA. Not the very best unit, but it should be sufficient for your system, IMO.
Got the 1050 ti free from a family member only had it 2 month then he got a 1080It will power that system but why a 1050 ti? You can get a RX 570 4gb for the same price or cheaper, which performs much better and would still work fine with that system/PSU.
Ah ok.Got the 1050 ti free from a family member only had it 2 month then he got a 1080
Planning to buy it the system is an OEM system I think it was a 2011 system now discontinued as expected after 8 years but granted this is my first pc and I'm on a buget.Do you already have this PSU with you, or you are planning to buy one ? It will power your system, though whether or not the PSU will create some problem in the long run, I'm not fully sure about this. But nonetheless, you should be fine.
That's an okay PSU, not the very best in terms of quality/ripple etc, but it should work on your PC. I think the OEM is HEC for this particular unit, and it is based on an older platform..
Yes the pc in question is the desktop variant so yes plenty of roomThe entire pc will only use 250w± at maximum. You have plenty of room.
Need to yeet that power supplyThe entire pc will only use 250w± at maximum. You have plenty of room.
Not a lot below £70 but granted this pc doesn't need a lot to power everything so let's say a 700w ps would be a wast of money for a system like this but I do plan to build a better system further down the line when I have more funds.If you are planning to buy a PSU, then why not go for some other high quality PSU model, withing the same range ? Just my thoughts. What's your budget for the PSU, btw ?
Not a lot below £70
ThanksFor that budget, £70, you can also buy a slightly better PSU, IF you wish. Just for reference.
Corsair CXM 550 watts.
Corsair TXM gold/650 Watts:
SEASONIC Focus plus Gold/550 Watts.:
This model is expensive though, but a very good PSU from EVGA: