Question Power Supply recommendation

I'm thinking of buying an optiplex 3020 mt

link: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-Optiplex-3020-MT-Intel-Quad-Core-i5-4590-3-3GHz-16GB-RAM-1TB-HDD-Windows-10/264697600373?hash=item3da134d975:g:fZAAAOSw~5ReFiV~

Can Someone recommend a power supply that will fit the pc and will work with xfx rx 570 4gb.

i will buy the 24 pin to 8 pin adapter if needed.

Please Take Some Time To Answer .

Im stuck at this part.
Hi, I've looked at the images of that machine and it looks to be a standard full size ATX supply - the only problem is the 8 pin connector on the motherboard. If you have found a compatible 24 pin to 8 pin adapter then you should be free to use any ATX supply you want to.

Given the parts in the machine, something like a Corsair CX 500W PSU would be ideal for a build like that with an RX 570.
 
It doesn't seem to be the best deal with that link.

However, any PSU should work. I am currently using a standard EVGA 600w 80+ ATX PSU with a 24 to 8 pin adapter on my dell OptiPlex board with an RX570. It works fine, however, I would not recommend that PSU.

Corsair CX550 would be a good option. Or the CX550m.

Maybe the CX450 or CX450m if on a budget

Just a note, the Dell motherboards that use the 8 pin connector are 12v only and thus the adapter has some circuitry to boost the 5v standby to 12v.
 
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Hi, I've looked at the images of that machine and it looks to be a standard full size ATX supply - the only problem is the 8 pin connector on the motherboard. If you have found a compatible 24 pin to 8 pin adapter then you should be free to use any ATX supply you want to.

Given the parts in the machine, something like a Corsair CX 500W PSU would be ideal for a build like that with an RX 570.
Hey man thanks for your reply. May God bless the internet
 
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It doesn't seem to be the best deal with that link.

However, any PSU should work. I am currently using a standard EVGA 600w 80+ ATX PSU with a 24 to 8 pin adapter on my dell OptiPlex board with an RX570. It works fine, however, I would not recommend that PSU.

Corsair CX550 would be a good option. Or the CX550m.

Maybe the CX450 or CX450m if on a budget

Just a note, the Dell motherboards that use the 8 pin connector are 12v only and thus the adapter has some circuitry to boost the 5v standby to 12v.
thx bro for your reply
 

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