[SOLVED] Need to change PSU. What's the best option?

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Jun 4, 2021
So, I got a PC as a payment from someone who owed me some money.
It's a bit outdated PC but in a really great condition. Nevertheless, it has a 7-year-old cheap generic 600W PSU that I'm afraid could kill some components if it dies. So I want to replace that PSU to avoid any issues but don't really know what to look for. Any specific recomendations?

PC specs

Board: Gigabyte GA Z270 HD3P
CPU: Intel i5 7600K
GPU: GTX 970 4Gb Asus OC Strix edition
RAM: DDR4 2x8Gb Corsair Vengeance 3000 Mhz (running @2133 bc of CPU limit)
HDD: 1Tb Toshiba
SSD: LiteOn ECE-240NAS
PSU: Thermaltake 600W Generic TR2600NL2NC

I'm planning to upgrade the GPU and maybe the CPU in the future, so I think that with 650W or 700W I should be fine.

Ed.: Should I care too much for 80+ Bronze vs Gold ???
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