https://www.chieftec.eu/en/psus/ps-2/iarena-series/gpc-600s.htmlYes, but probably on the lower side.
For that system i would go with a 600 watt, but your pc wont have any problems with 500 watts, i just personally like having a bit more headroom for overclocking and future upgrades.
That Chieftec is a very POOR quality PSU. It is a lower quality unit, at the bottom tier of their products.https://www.chieftec.eu/en/psus/ps-2/iarena-series/gpc-600s.html
Will this guy be good?
So, would you recommend first psu I listed above (FSP HYPER 500 ) instead of the 600W psu?That Chieftec is a very POOR quality PSU. It is a lower quality unit, at the bottom tier of their products.
I highly recommend something different. Going cheap on a PSU is never a good thing.
This will hurt my wallet... but ok.Get a 600w psu, as siaan312 stated, but a different brand or model that is of a higher quality. This usually means you have to spend more money.
The Antec is a better choice.This will hurt my wallet... but ok.
Out of these two psus, what would you suggest:
I would suggest a cx550m from corsair.If I had a good amount of money I would not be asking this. xd
But I have one more question...
Even tho chieftec psu has a bronze certificate you are saying antec psu is a better choice?
How is that so?
And IS the antec psu good enough for my pc...?
That is sooo much more money... I cant go with that...I would suggest a cx550m from corsair.
its a really cheap high quality psu.
also modular, if you cant find it, try the cx550 (non m)
its the same psu, just not modular.
its also from a name brand that will give you really good warrenty and is rated really high on the psu list (compared to price)