Gpu 4 Psu

KHANSAHIB

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SYSTEM CONFIGURATION
COOLER MASTER 335U
THERMAL MASTER 420W PSU
CORE I5 4590 3.3 GHZ
CORSAIR VALUE SELECT 8 GB DDR3 1600 MHZ
1TB SEAGATE 64 MB CACHE

WANT TO BUY GPU
POSSIBILITES IN MY LOCAL STORE
Inno3D GTX660
GIGABYTE GTX 750Ti
HIS R7 265 iCooler
GigaByte R7 260x

THESE ARE AVAILABLE AND UNDER MY BUDGET ... Inform The Best For My PC & PSU
I don't want to upgrade my PSU nor it's under my Budget and plan.
MY PSU DETAILS IN THIS IMAGE
http://i.imgur.com/Iiu0jtr.jpg
 

Darkbreeze

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It's the same series, that's the key. All the Thermal master PSUs are bottom of the barrel Cooler master products for super cheap systems and you get what you pay for.

As far as the rating, NO, it won't be enough, for any of those except the 750TI. Especially since it can't get to 420w without issues. You know, I don't know why people come here asking for advise and then refuse to believe what they're told, even when it's explained to them in detail. If you want to ignore my advise, that's fine, it's YOUR hardware. I can't tell you WHAT to do. I can only tell you what I think according to my experience. And my experience tells me, along with the reviews for that series of PSU, that it spells trouble for you to use it with anything greater than an integrated or OEM entry level budget card.
 

Darkbreeze

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Do NOT use any new hardware with that PSU. The fact that you don't want to get one is irrelevant. It's highly likely that with any new hardware of respectable specs, you're going to have at least a failure and possibly an explosion. That is a pretty terrible PSU as seen at the following review, where it exploded during the test before it even reached the listed spec.

http://hardwareinsights.com/wp/the-2012-el-cheapo-power-supply-roundup/5/

Save your money until you can get a GOOD power supply, or else you're just throwing money away. You want AT LEAST a Tier 3 PSU from here:

http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-1804779/power-supply-unit-tier-list.html


And here's why:

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/low-cost-psu-pc-power-supply,2862.html
 

KHANSAHIB

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on the safe side can't i buy or use any one among them... if i buy psu then i have to wait for the next quarter to buy gpu ... i can't wait that longer.
 

Darkbreeze

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Ok, then go for it. But if you buy a GPU now and your PSU kills it, you're gonna be waiting even longer. There's always a CHANCE you will be ok temporarily with your current PSU, but personally, if I was investing the money in a new piece of hardware I wouldn't risk it with a PSU model KNOWN to be extremely poor.
 

KHANSAHIB

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will 660 work with it as gigabyte edition requires 450W ... also the review you given on link is Thermal Master TM-420-PSAR-I3 mine is M3 that are two different i guess.
 

Darkbreeze

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It's the same series, that's the key. All the Thermal master PSUs are bottom of the barrel Cooler master products for super cheap systems and you get what you pay for.

As far as the rating, NO, it won't be enough, for any of those except the 750TI. Especially since it can't get to 420w without issues. You know, I don't know why people come here asking for advise and then refuse to believe what they're told, even when it's explained to them in detail. If you want to ignore my advise, that's fine, it's YOUR hardware. I can't tell you WHAT to do. I can only tell you what I think according to my experience. And my experience tells me, along with the reviews for that series of PSU, that it spells trouble for you to use it with anything greater than an integrated or OEM entry level budget card.
 

KHANSAHIB

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i didn't said i rejected your advise at first place.. m going with gtx 750 TI... but my point was i have only items that are listed in the first post nothing extra than that.. so my system components load is low can't i use any other gpu if i have spare power from the same psu... suggestion needed?? or should i buy gtx 750 ti directly...
 

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