[SOLVED] Psu 650w

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hello i have question does PSU 650w is enough for i7 12700 non k with gtx 1660ti?
because i starting to planning to upgrade my pc and i just want make sure is the PSU is enough for those.
and the PSU i want to buy is from NZXT c650
 

geofelt

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To answer your question... Yes, the 650w psu you want to buy is plenty.
Here is a handy chart for sizing power supplies:
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page362.htm
But, your 12700 is a very strong processor that can certainly power a much stronger graphics card in the future.

I might suggest that you take the long view and buy a psu for the long term.
A quality psu will have a 7 to 10 year warranty and a psu in the750-850w range will handle a lot of upgrades.
Look for Seasonic focus and corsair rm units for starters.
 
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Hi
Not sure what others will tell you but I'm running 12700KF with 1660ti with a xfx pro 650w semi modular (bronze 80+ ). It's probably just about in the low end but so far I'm not experiencing problems. What brand is the PSU=
 

geofelt

Titan
To answer your question... Yes, the 650w psu you want to buy is plenty.
Here is a handy chart for sizing power supplies:
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page362.htm
But, your 12700 is a very strong processor that can certainly power a much stronger graphics card in the future.

I might suggest that you take the long view and buy a psu for the long term.
A quality psu will have a 7 to 10 year warranty and a psu in the750-850w range will handle a lot of upgrades.
Look for Seasonic focus and corsair rm units for starters.
 
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Jan 19, 2022
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To answer your question... Yes, the 650w psu you want to buy is plenty.
Here is a handy chart for sizing power supplies:
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page362.htm
But, your 12700K is a very strong processor that can certainly power a much stronger graphics card in the future.

I might suggest that you take the long view and buy a psu for the long term.
A quality psu will have a 7 to 10 year warranty and a psu in the750-850w range will handle a lot of upgrades.
Look for Seasonic focus and corsair rm units for starters.
ah there some kind misunderstanding sorry, when u say "12700k" i mean i have no planning to buy i7 12700k just only i7 12700 i buy
and thanks for info it help me so much(y)
 

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