Hi,Of Course it will work, but you will need a better PSU. That unit you have is garbage. If I were you, I would get a high quality 650w unit atleast...
Old = noHi,
to my old pc there is an old 600W.. should i use it? (kinds very old 6+ years)
-And if im sticking for now with the 550W PLUSE it wont suit to the Graphic card?
I'll try to find some 650W in good price for me Thanks!Low quality units have a higher probability of failure under load. I wont risk it.
ah ok i got you. Will try to do something in this situation..Old = no
Low quality = risky (some people used low quality PSUs throughout they're lives and never had problems, but that's not recommend)
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It might or might not work. But I wont take that risk with such an expensive card.I'll try to find some 650W in good price for me Thanks!
But is the 550W (my current supply power) wont hold the GTX 1080?? (i mean, the 1080 wont work with the 550W?)
thanks for helping
Let's hope you'll be alright, just don't delay the PSU upgrade too much. Wouldn't want any problems with a new GPU.ofc, but for now.. will it be alright?
because i dont think i can afford a new PSU for myself..
Yes, it should be cool. But I'd skip gaming for a month just to be safe.Lets say like 1 month... will it be cool?
Random restarts without warning, Bad performance, black screens(probably). And if the PSU lacks proper protections, it might even blow up. You should aim for a proper 600W/650W PSU to be on the safe side.And another question... What can happened with 550W and 1080 for too much time?
Yes, it should be cool. But I'd skip gaming for a month just to be safe.
How is the "ANTEC PSU 600W VP600 Plus" foe proper power..?Random restarts without warning, Bad performance, black screens(probably). And if the PSU lacks proper protections, it might even blow up. You should aim for a proper 600W/650W PSU to be on the safe side.
Antec VP series are crap. Only usable with low power GPUs or integrated GPUs.
How is the "ANTEC PSU 600W VP600 Plus" foe proper power..?
Ok. But get a 1660Ti if the pricing is similar to 1660super in your region. Btw, your monitor resolution and refresh rate?Thank you guys for all the help!
I will go with my current plan, buying GTX 1660 Super and stick with the 550W power supply for now...
And when time comes I'll upgrade my Pc more and more.