[SOLVED] What power supply do you prefer for this system?

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Hi everyone.
I am going to buy an old ddr3 system (cuz of my low budget) and i need to know what power supply do you prefer for that:

Radeon hd 8570 (or maybe 7000series) gddr3 1gb
2× 4gb ddr3 1333mhz RAM
Intel i5 3570 3.2 ghz
Motherboard ddr3 socket lga 1155
HDD 1tb

Also i need to know if i have to upgrade my case and monitor (cuz of motherboard)
and thanks if you answer me as fast as possible. Ty ( also sorry for bad english ) (if it is :|)
 
i need to know what power supply do you prefer for that:
Radeon hd 8570 (or maybe 7000series) gddr3 1gb
Motherboard ddr3 socket lga 1155
Also i need to know if i have to upgrade my case and monitor (cuz of motherboard)
You need to be very precise with model names of your parts.

Radeon HD 8570 is a very low power card - 50W only. You'd be perfectly fine with 350W PSU.
Radeon HD 7000 series - is wide range of cards with widely different power consumption 20W -375W.
You need to tell precise model name.

You didn't list model name of PC case or monitor, you're using.
Also your motherboard description doesn't allow determining model name of the board.
So - not possible to tell, if the board will fit into your pc case.
 
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These are the precise model names: ( sorry about case i dont know what is its model but i think it is quick ts100 :/ )
Monitor: FLATRONw1953se (LG)
Mainboard: asus h61 m-k form factor 22.6cm x 17.5cm with 1× PCIe 3.0/2.0 x16 * 1, 2 x PCIe 2.0 1x
If the info is not good about case and monitor tell me to take a pic
 
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These are the precise model names: ( sorry about case i dont know what is its model but i think it is quick ts100 :/ )
Monitor: FLATRONw1953se (LG)
Mainboard: asus h61 m-k form factor 22.6cm x 17.5cm with 1× PCIe 3.0/2.0 x16 * 1, 2 x PCIe 2.0 1x
If the info is not good about case and monitor tell me to take a pic
Also this mainboard supports 22nm cpu which im gonna get, and also now i got that this case doesnt fit with m.b so tell me a cheap case that can handle it.thx
 
Sorry im confused, are you saying that the case which i already have it fits with the mainboard or you are talking about another case?
Yes. Motherboard fits into pc case in photos.
And ill be so thankful if you seggest a power supply that can handle my new system, like how much watt it needs?
Did you decide on the graphics card yet?
Is it Radeon HD 8570 or something from HD 7000 series or what?
 

DSzymborski

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If its possible tell both psu requirement+psu for all of'em.
and sorry cuz i reply late.
Again, "7000 series" is a very wide range of GPUs with a very wide range of power. It's unreasonable for someone to give you a PSU recommendation for each card. If you don't know what you actually want or are likely to get, then we certainly don't.

It's like asking someone for car advice and then requesting a recommendation for every car between $5,000 and $100,000. Nobody can give useful advice without the person taking the time to narrow down what they want.
 
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Again, "7000 series" is a very wide range of GPUs with a very wide range of power. It's unreasonable for someone to give you a PSU recommendation for each card. If you don't know what you actually want or are likely to get, then we certainly don't.

It's like asking someone for car advice and then requesting a recommendation for every car between $5,000 and $100,000. Nobody can give useful advice without the person taking the time to narrow down what they want.
Sorry my mistake :/ .then just tell about 8570 :| [sorry btw :/]
 
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geofelt

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Here is a handy chart of the psu suggestions for a variety of graphics cards:
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page362.htm

If a card, like a low end card does not need an aux 6 pin power connector, then it will run off of the pcie slot which is 75w max.
My guess is that you would do just fine with what you have.

That said, I suspect you are using a cheap psu that should probably be changed out.
If the replacement does not have at least a 5 year warranty I would avoid such.
 
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Here is a handy chart of the psu suggestions for a variety of graphics cards:
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page362.htm

If a card, like a low end card does not need an aux 6 pin power connector, then it will run off of the pcie slot which is 75w max.
My guess is that you would do just fine with what you have.

That said, I suspect you are using a cheap psu that should probably be changed out.
If the replacement does not have at least a 5 year warranty I would avoid such
I didnt change any of my pc specs for 12years,
and can u tell me what psu with how much watt (idk how to say bout it correctly...) do i need for this system:
i5 3570 3.2ghz
Radeon hd 8570 1gb ddr3 (gonna have a ddr3 sys ofc :| )
2× 4gb 1333mhz ddr3 ram
Mainboard asus h61 m-k
and a hdd 1tb (idk it is necessary to mention it or not)
If i have to mention something else tell me. Thx
 

geofelt

Titan
The i5-3570 has a tdp of 77w.
The HD8570 draws a max of 40w.
The rest of the system will be under 10w.
So virtually any psu will work.
But, look at the data plate on your current psu.
Post a pic if you can.
Way back when, processors used 5.5v and 3.3v power, not 12v like modern processors and graphics cards do.
If your pc is working well today, I think you can just install the 8570
Today, a modern minimum 350w psu will do the job.
If your psu is crappy quality, the danger is not that it would not work.
The danger is that if it should fail under load, it can damage anything it is connected to.
 
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Sure m8 ill take a p
The i5-3570 has a tdp of 77w.
The HD8570 draws a max of 40w.
The rest of the system will be under 10w.
So virtually any psu will work.
But, look at the data plate on your current psu.
Post a pic if you can.
Way back when, processors used 5.5v and 3.3v power, not 12v like modern processors and graphics cards do.
If your pc is working well today, I think you can just install the 8570
Today, a modern minimum 350w psu will do the job.
If your psu is crappy quality, the danger is not that it would not work.
The danger is that if it should fail under load, it can damage anything it is connected to.
Sure m8 ill take a pic and thanks for your advice ;)
 
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The i5-3570 has a tdp of 77w.
The HD8570 draws a max of 40w.
The rest of the system will be under 10w.
So virtually any psu will work.
But, look at the data plate on your current psu.
Post a pic if you can.
Way back when, processors used 5.5v and 3.3v power, not 12v like modern processors and graphics cards do.
If your pc is working well today, I think you can just install the 8570
Today, a modern minimum 350w psu will do the job.
If your psu is crappy quality, the danger is not that it would not work.
The danger is that if it should fail under load, it can damage anything it is connected to.
Is a psu 250watt or 300watt enough? or its too much for it :| actually i wanted to buy a 400watt :|
 

geofelt

Titan
You will notice that most of the power is on the relatively useless 5.5v outputs.
Now, you have a psu that is working, that is a plus.
If you buy a replacement that is inexpensive, you may do worse.
Do you have a link as to where you might buy?
Perhaps we can find something decent that fits your budget.

And... you might clean out some dust from your parts.
 

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