Need help identifying computer tower so I can upgrade it's PSU

Can anyone help me identify this case. I need a new Power supply for it,
but don't know which ones will fit it and don't want to buy one only to find out it's too big or too small.

http:// Computer case

Intel i7-7700 3.60Ghz, NVIDIA GTX 1060 3GB, 16GB DDR4 RAM Win10
Reply to joshuab1983
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  1. You seem to be in possession of an IBUYPOWER prebuilt system which leads me to ask, are you within warranty? If so then you should contact them to request a PSU upgrade/swap. If you're outside of your warranty period, then you might be able to drop in an ATX psu into that chassis but I'm only assuming that from the lone image you've linked. It'd have been better if you could take a picture of the side and rear of the chassis.

    On another note, can you pass on a link to the system you purchased?
    Reply to Lutfij
  2. Lutfij said:
    You seem to be in possession of an IBUYPOWER prebuilt system which leads me to ask, are you within warranty? If so then you should contact them to request a PSU upgrade/swap. If you're outside of your warranty period, then you might be able to drop in an ATX psu into that chassis but I'm only assuming that from the lone image you've linked. It'd have been better if you could take a picture of the side and rear of the chassis.

    On another note, can you pass on a link to the system you purchased?


    Here are the images of the side and rear of the chassis
    https://imgur.com/ejXzW9K
    https://imgur.com/F87zcic

    It is indeed a prebuilt IBUYPOWER that I received as a gift. It was bought on Amazon and unfortunately not covered by IBUYPOWERs warranty. I don't have the original link but I do have one similar with the only difference being the size of the SSD.

    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0719CQZ3N/ref=twister_B06W2KVMNZ?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1

    The old PSU is an Apex/Allied AL-D500EXP 500W ATX12V which from everything I've gathered is not a good psu or company to begin with. Even though it says its 500w it's really only 350
    Reply to joshuab1983
  3. check uner specs for dimension and if you get a similar one your ok also page suggest a seasonic give it a look https://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817154026
    Reply to scout_03
  4. https://www.cnet.com/products/ibuypower-bb930-core-i7-7700-3-6-ghz-16-gb-1-12-tb/specs/
    He has this standard ATX PSU.
    Edit right case anyhow still standard PSU.
    Put one of these in their currently the best buy on a good power supply only buy it from Newegg or Amazon.
    https://pcpartpicker.com/products/compare/TgW9TW,fZyFf7,nB3RsY/
    Reply to Zerk2012
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