The switch doesn't really tell us anything about your PSU.
You would need a decent 300w supply.
From what AMD has about that GPU you need 400w or better. There should be a label on one side or the other that breaks down how many watts and amp's is on each line. The +12 line is the important one for your GPU. If you can't find that at least try to find the make/model and it can be searched. If it is less than 400w I would not push it. Running a PSU over the watt/amp can cause some really big problems and can even take the whole system with it.
8 gb of ram 3.6 ghz processor
I meant actual processor name so we could know how much power that takes. And you did mean 230w correct?
It says on that switch 230V so I dont know.
Somewhere on the PSU it should say how many Watts it is. Also if you could just describe everything you can see on it, that would be great. There's a huge difference between power supplies even if they have the same wattage.
Is this a prebuilt or homebuilt computer?
what is the make & model of your PSU?
This is a homebuilt.
I will just call the guy the helped me build it because I think he knows
Good call to be sure.
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