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Would this power supply be any good for powering a decent older graphics card ? (r9 280x 270x or a 770 or 760 ? i'm kind of on a budget right now, so i have the option to get an older more powerful gpu rather than a newer less power hungry one.
The brand isn't that well known but they seem to make good psus from what i have heard so far.

http://www.njoy.ro/PSU/ayrus450#specificatii

i'll be running an i5 6400 8gigs of ddr4 ram and a regular hard drive, ssd in the future. I'm planning on upgrading the psu to a 600 watt later on and probably getting a Z170 motherboard and base clock overclocking the i5.
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    Sir I Didnt Know A lots Of Info About This Psu But If It Gives the Maximum 450 Watt Of ItSelf So No problem U Will Face :)

    But If This psu Dont Give The Maximum Power Which is Written On That Site So Maybe The Problem Will Cause :(

    Also The Cables Which This Psu Got I Think Is Ok For Ur Gpu Which u wanna Buy :0

    This Site Will Help U About Power Consumption

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/7400/the-radeon-r9-280x-review-feat-asus-xfx/20

    Sorry For Bad English

    Regards :)
  2. khashayar2000 said:

    Sir I Didnt Know A lots Of Info About This Psu But If It Gives the Maximum 450 Watt Of ItSelf So No problem U Will Face :)

    But If This psu Dont Give The Maximum Power Which is Written On That Site So Maybe The Problem Will Cause :(

    Also The Cables Which This Psu Got I Think Is Ok For Ur Gpu Which u wanna Buy :0

    This Site Will Help U About Power Consumption

    http://www.anandtech.com/show/7400/the-radeon-r9-280x-review-feat-asus-xfx/20

    Sorry For Bad English

    Regards :)


    Thanks for the article it was helpful, my main concern was the 12v rail. It says it has 12v1 with 14 amps and 12v2 with 13 amps with a max combined output of 324 watts.
  3. i dont know that brand or how reliable that psu is but it is a cheap unit so i wouldnt recommend you use it just off the price alone...
    you should be looking at 60-80eu for a decent 80+ bronze psu, minimum.
  4. Unknown brand. Stay away. Look for seasonic S12II/ XFX pro / XFX TS gold / EVGA B2. Should be in your budget.
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