Question Would the Silverstone essential 600w be enough?

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It's used, but it doesn't state how old the PSU is and what sort of a system it powered in it's previous life. A PSU will inevitably loose the provide it's optimal power as time goes on due to capacitor wear and tear. You're better off buying a brand new 550/650W PSU made reliably and that way you can focus on upgrading the rest of the parts, without worry of the PSU needing a replacement.
 
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It's used, but it doesn't state how old the PSU is and what sort of a system it powered in it's previous life. A PSU will inevitably loose the provide it's optimal power as time goes on due to capacitor wear and tear. You're better off buying a brand new 550/650W PSU made reliably and that way you can focus on upgrading the rest of the parts, without worry of the PSU needing a replacement.
Okay, for new PSU the main two that fit in my budget are these two:
Thermaltake Litepower RGB 550W Non-Modular Power Supply
SilverStone ST50F-ES230 Essential 230V 500W PSU 80+
Which one of these would be the best for this setup?
 

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