Question Pre built pc, psu help

Oct 16, 2021
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Hello,
I was looking to buy a pre-built pc from lenovo and wanted to ask some questions about the psu, mb etc.
The pc i was looking to buy is this
https://www.lenovo.com/lv/lv/desktops-and-all-in-ones/ideacentre/500-series/IdeaCentre-5-Gaming-Gen-6-AMD/p/WMD00000495?orgRef=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.lv%2F
The most concern i have is about this psu called AcBel pcj007 platinum 380w. Never heard about it, and it looks like office type psu. Im not sure that it would be able to handle this build
ryzen7 5700g
rtx 3060 12gb
16ram
I asked about this pc on other forums and reddit. In reddit they said that this pc wont run games with that psu, but on forums someone told that is fine and will run everything without problems. It seems like the psu and mb aint changable tho
Thank you
 

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The system will run and games will work - but here's the caveat: the performance might be far from what you would expect from this CPU/GPU combo. Typical trick here done by manufacturers is to power limit CPU and/or GPU so they stay within PSU capabilities, but the price for that is reduced performance. If you need to buy gaming pre-built PC make sure to stick to models that have been reviewed as good by respectable sites.
 
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Oct 16, 2021
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The system will run and games will work - but here's the caveat: the performance might be far from what you would expect from this CPU/GPU combo. Typical trick here done by manufacturers is to power limit CPU and/or GPU so they stay within PSU capabilities, but the price for that is reduced performance. If you need to buy gaming pre-built PC make sure to stick to models that have been reviewed as good by respectable sites.
But it should be able to run Rust etc at 1080 high and 60+ fps right?
 

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