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my 300w unit wouldnt run a stock 2600k + a low powered under 50w gpu would it?

Discussion in 'Power Supplies' started by ExoMale, May 29, 2018.

  1. ExoMale

    Mobster

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    im back working my old job, so knowing how good the money is i am back to looking to focus on building a better computer this time round, i do want a better case, but i only really need internals.

    anyways i have found a 2600k for £30 and an h61 itx board for £35, will need to add a cooler, but i was going to re-use my 8gb ram out my current system, not thought about a gpu other than a GT 700 series this time, but im wondering whether my current psu will struggle or it be no different to if i had an haswell i5 that i asked about before?


    i dont want to re-use my supernova as i swapped it with the 300w for a reason.
     
  2. Idartalis

    Hitman

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    It'll run fine, stock 2600k + 50w GPU both at max load is about 150w.
     
  3. Habakkuk

    Wise Guy

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    Even adding mechanical instead of SSD drives & fans would barely top 200W
     
  4. ExoMale

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    Location: Gloucestershire

    thanks for replies.

    i only use a single ssd + mech drive, okay thats due to only 2 sata ports on this am1 board, but i cant be bothered overloading a case, so 2 drive is all it be, however since i made this thread, the seller of the itx board is being difficult where as the seller of the i7 isnt, so i may either have to scrap the 1155 idea and get a cheap skylake/kabylake m-atx board ive seen and build round that or try find another 1155 board of itx or m-atx by friday which means this topic is irrelevant now other than general knowledge.
     
  5. Habakkuk

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    In the members market?