Question Will my 600w power supply be sufficient for my system?

Feb 18, 2019
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Hello, first post here :)

I am planning on changing my i5 6500 and I made the decition to buy a Ryzen 7 2700 for 257€ + Gigabyte-x470-aorus-ultra-gaming. As I have to change both components I fear that my 600w power supply will come short.

Other components I have are a GTX 1070ti, 2x G-skill ripjaws V 8GB ram and 3 fans counting the one in my actual cpu. Also a gaming Keyboard and mouse.

Do I need to buy a better psu or can I stay with my 600w?

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BringerOfTea

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I assume it's without warranty so I would get a new one within warranty.
As I'm guessing your system is older than 3 years.
https://www.evga.com/Products/Specs/PSU.aspx?pn=ffee59fd-9d7c-411c-a23d-c5a0a61dde2d

What brands are available to you and within your budget?

There are plenty of good recommendations, take a look at jonnyguru. Before you settle and see if it has been reviewed to get a good idea of its quality.
Many here will also hearthly recommed PSU.
 
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I assume it's without warranty so I would get a new one within warranty.
As I'm guessing your system is older than 3 years.
https://www.evga.com/Products/Specs/PSU.aspx?pn=ffee59fd-9d7c-411c-a23d-c5a0a61dde2d

What brands are available to you and within your budget?

There are plenty of good recommendations, take a look at jonnyguru. Before you settle and see if it has been reviewed to get a good idea of its quality.
Many here will also hearthly recommed PSU.
I have plenty of brands aviable to buy, the thing is I dont have idea what makes a good Psu. My budget shouldn't be much more than 50-60 euros(I just spent 400 in cpu+mobo).
 

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Hi
Just wanted to let you know what I'm ruuning on my Corsair Cx 650m psu.

Asus rog strix x470 f gaming
G.skill flare x 3200 2x16gb
Ryzen 5 2600x
Zotac gtx 1070 ti twin fan
Corsair h110i w/c with stock fans replaced with 2x140mm notcua's 3000rpm fans set as exhaust.
2x140mm as front intake
1x140mm exhaust.
1x 970 evo 250gb m.2 ssd
1x 860 evo 250gb ssd
2x 120gb pny ssd's
1x 3tb seagate 7200 rpm hdd
1x 80mm fan pointed toward vrm heatsinks to help keep air on them since water cooling takes that away.
1x cd/dvd optical drive.

My thoughts are if you will be running less then what i have running the 600w will work.
 

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