PSU For GTX 650ti Boost 2gb??
I am planning to buy a COOLER MASTER THUNDER 500w PSU for My gtx 650ti boost 2gb..is it ok or i need to buy 600w?? actualy previously i used gtx 560ti 1gb with zebronics 700w psu.so i am getting confused.please suggest me.will the 500w psu work properly?planning to play games using this gpu for 3yrs atleast.
cst1992 said:Zebronics make the worst PSU's in the market.
What are the other specs of your computer?
You should get a reputed brand PSU like Corsair, Antec, Seasonic.
I agree sir.realy the one i used was worst.wont buy zebronics anymore..planning to buy a COOLER MASTER THUNDER 600W GAMING PSU. i think it will be sufficient to power my gtx 650ti boost 2gb edition.
My Comp Specs:
intel core i5 3.4ghz 4th gen
gigabyte motherboard h87m
8gb 1600mhz ddr3 ram
1tb hdd seagate
cooler master k281 cabinet
NO CARD n PSU right now...pls reply sir.
According to this it is slightly better:- http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/782?vs=858
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The GTX 650Ti BOOST card uses 134 W at full load.
Assuming you have the i5-4670 processor(which is 3.4 GHz stock, according to intel).
That means you should have 7 A for the CPU, 11.16A for the card at full load, 5A for a buffer and 5 A for other components, you should need 28 A on the +12V rail.
Don't go for coolermaster, instead go for corsair, antec or seasonic.
You should not need more than 500W of power supply.
Most important: Don't fall for tags like GAMING, COMBAT, POWER, HEAVY-DUTY, etc.
These are nothing but marketing gimmicks designed to fool unsuspecting buyers into buying ordinary products.