None of them they all sux.I checked the guides in this sub-forum, but the links are outdated. So now what website can help me calculate my PSU requirement based on my rigs?
I haveMaybe tell what is in your pc and also do you want upgrade room?
Thanks! Could you recommend any testing websites?I personally don't use those online PSU calculators anymore too.
If you need an actual wattage figure, try to look up on the actual power draw from testing websites or youtube channels that show the wattage draw at idle and under load for each of your component(s) to give you a rough idea.
What is the current psu? =maker+model+wattage.I have
intel core-i7 11700F,
gigabyte B560 aorus pro ax,
corsair vengeance lpx 8G*2, ddr4, 3200,
western digital hdd red pro 2T,
samsung 970 evo 1T,
MSI GTX 1070Ti titanium,
asus DRW-24D5MT optic drive.
I think I will upgrade my graphic card in the future. Appreciate it if you could suggest some PSU!
I don't have any PSU yet. Going to assemble a pc with a proper PSU.What is the current psu? =maker+model+wattage.
Thank you!Some options from different brands,
A "Tier" list we have here, wouldn't go lower than Tier B, but these above are all in Tier A.
Article - [psucultists] PSU tier list rev. 14.8 (Final Update Jul '21)PSU Tier List 4.0 rev. 14.8 (outdated) Last Update: 12-07-2021 Legend : Gray - EoL/obsolete and/or otherwise not recommended for purchase. Green - small form-factor (gold and blue colors are disregarded due to scarcity of SFX PSUs) Gold - best units in the tier (includes requirements for blue...forums.tomshardware.com
Thank you！PSU calculators are deadly accurate if you can enter all of the info?
Some are unknowable.
What, for example do you enter for capacitor ageing?
What will be your future graphics upgrade?
My go to source is this table:
I will consider overprovisioning a PSU a bit. Say by 20%.
It will allow for a stronger future graphics card upgrade.
It will run cooler, quieter, and more efficiently in the middle third of it's range.
A PSU will only use the wattage demanded of it, regardless of it's max capability.
You will often find that a step up in psu power comes at a minimal cost.
My other key is to buy only a quality psu.
Look for a unit with a 7 to 10 year warranty.