[SOLVED] i need a small help guys

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Hey Guys i have a question i hope i got the right answer from you

6 days ago my desktop stop working without a warning !
----- im already post a topic on my last problem ( find it here https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/problem-with-my-pc-desktop-wont-start-at-all.3466730/ ) -----
after i use a special liquid to wash the motherboard and i changed my PSU ( 420w ) with new one 300W ,,the pc started working
so i think that the problem was on the PSU ( 420W )


so my question : the psu 300W is good enough with my PC, or its cause problem if i keep use it ,, ( specification blow )
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My pc
specification is :

MBO : Asus H-61
CPU : i7 3770
CPU fan : mars gaming MCPU1
GPU : GTX 1050 Ti ( don't have 6 pins )
PSU: changed from dead one ( 420w) to other one ( 300W )
CASE : Nox Hummer TG RGB


notice : Temperature of the city may go from 20C° - 55C° in summer
thanks
 
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What is the special liquid you used to "wash" the motherboard?
What is the make and model of the 300W PSU?
--- i dont know the name of the liquid in english but its don't affect electornics its like ( Electro-wash )
-- PSU 300w 80 plus gold i think that what you ask for
 

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Is this what you used to clean the motherboard?

As to the PSU, I was interested in the make and model so I could see if it had sufficient specs to run the system you have. Not all "300W" PSUs are created equal. The capacity of the +12V rail is one of the main things to consider when driving loads like the GPU, CPU, etc.

How hard would it be to temporarily replace the new PSU with the old 420W? Or is it dead? You wouldn't have to physically remove/replace the 300W; just re-connect the necessary cables from the 420W temporarily.
 
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Is this what you used to clean the motherboard?

As to the PSU, I was interested in the make and model so I could see if it had sufficient specs to run the system you have. Not all "300W" PSUs are created equal. The capacity of the _12V rail is one of the main things to consider when driving loads like the GPU, CPU, etc.

How hard would it be to temporarily replace the new PSU with the old 420W? Or is it dead? You wouldn't have to physically remove/replace the 300W; just re-connect the necessary cables from the 420W temporarily.
1- i tried the old 420w but not working , only start a small " light " on other motherboard but no fan working even the fan of the PSU 420w ,,,
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Is this what you used to clean the motherboard?

As to the PSU, I was interested in the make and model so I could see if it had sufficient specs to run the system you have. Not all "300W" PSUs are created equal. The capacity of the _12V rail is one of the main things to consider when driving loads like the GPU, CPU, etc.

How hard would it be to temporarily replace the new PSU with the old 420W? Or is it dead? You wouldn't have to physically remove/replace the 300W; just re-connect the necessary cables from the 420W temporarily.
not the same liquid i wil send you the name in frensh called ( jepitaire ) dont know the english name or what it called in your country
the old psu420w not working i tried it with PC core 2 duo but not working only a small light on the motherboard but no fan is working even in he PSU it self

i can't take a new PSU 550w,,
but lets think i keep use the 300w ,, and i creat a havy load on the whol pc ,,? USAG of CPU and GPU 99% ,,, whaat could happen??

and with time ,,? the psu will damaged only or it will make damage the other components??? or what could happned?
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Agree with this
300 watt with a GPU is practically risking your systems components
Voltages behave differently with time and usage requirement
Might aswell get a new 500 to 550 watt or a 750 watt if you want to future proof
i can't take a new one ,, lets think i keep use the 300w ,, and i creat a havy load on the whol pc ,,? USAG of CPU and GPU 99% ,,, whaat could happen??

and with time ,,? the psu will damaged only or it will make damage the other components??? or what could happned?
 
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It could be the old PSU failed. I wouldn't trust any 300-watt PSU to run a 1050ti.
yes but what could happened if i used 300w cuz 1050ti recommended only 300W



but the problem is ,what could happned if i keep use 300w ??
 
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i can't take a new one ,, lets think i keep use the 300w ,, and i creat a havy load on the whol pc ,,? USAG of CPU and GPU 99% ,,, whaat could happen??

and with time ,,? the psu will damaged only or it will make damage the other components??? or what could happned?
Yes indeed it can damage other components aswell you can also search google and people have reported these things so might want to reconsider to a 500w atleast
 
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Yes indeed it can damage other components aswell you can also search google and people have reported these things so might want to reconsider to a 500w atleast
but if you look for GTX 1050Ti they recommanded 300w without anyproblem,,, so you mean the 300W may cause problem in after years of usage???
 

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yes i used the website b4 thats why i think 300w its good enough but it cause damag or no i don't know
What is the brand/model of the power supply? If it's a good quality 300watt one and it's working now, should be OK. If you are using some cheap brand one, I would replace it.

Sounds like you want someone to tell you the power supply is fine to agree with what you got rather than actually look for opinions since every time someone said you should get a different power supply you started to give other ideas.
 
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What is the brand/model of the power supply? If it's a good quality 300watt one and it's working now, should be OK. If you are using some cheap brand one, I would replace it.

Sounds like you want someone to tell you the power supply is fine to agree with what you got rather than actually look for opinions since every time someone said you should get a different power supply you started to give other ideas.
no for now i can't buy a new one all i want is the 300W can damag the other components if i use iit for exempl for ( 4 months? ) until i get a new one ,,
for the PSU ( is 80 PLUS GOLD CERTIFED )

thanks ,, but dud im not looking for positiv opinion LOL ,, just i don't want to damag the components of the pc in this months and i don't want to stay without a pc ,, cuz i can't more then that psu
 
FSP makes good power supplies. I think that while a decent quality 80+ gold 300 watts may power the I7 and 3770, you will be just scraping by. I wouldn't advise any heavy overclocking. If you are ever having power supply issues, I would buy a 400-watt minimum for a decent GPU like a 1050ti.
 
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FSP makes good power supplies. I think that while a decent quality 80+ gold 300 watts may power the I7 and 3770, you will be just scraping by. I wouldn't advise any heavy overclocking. If you are ever having power supply issues, I would buy a 400-watt minimum for a decent GPU like a 1050ti.
yes but if i understund you,, overclocking, you mean,, i will not overclocked my cpu or gpu????
cuz i didn't ever overclocked them at all ,,,
or its possible that they will overclocked by them self?

cuz i use the gpu and cpu ,, like the 1st time no overclocking at alll

for now is this PSU will make my CPU and GPU work without problems?????
 
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No, your CPU and GPU will not overclock themselves. Your CPU cannot overclock and your GPU cannot be overclocked without extra software. If you aren't going to overclock, it should work. You can use the cpu and gpu normally at stock clocks.
thaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaanks ,, i will use it for now ,,andd later i will change it
and for overclocking,,, i will not overclock no cpu no gpu,,, i don't need that much of graphiq,,,
thanks dud ,,
 
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