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Is my PSU Compatible with new motherboard?

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December 4, 2013 2:58:18 AM

I ordered a new pc with the following motherboard "ASUS H87-PLUS ATX Intel H87 Motherboard / Socket 1150 / 4 x DDR3 Slots / Max 32 GB / PCI-E / 1x D-Sub / DVI / HDMI". My old Psu is a 600w LC6600GP ATA V2.3 Silent Giant series grren power edition. Are they compatible?

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a c 261 V Motherboard
December 4, 2013 3:05:19 AM

Yes it is compatible and yes, it should work.
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December 4, 2013 3:07:25 AM

yeah it is compatible,but it will be good if you replace that psu with a quality psus like corsair,evga,antec,cm because that psu brand is not trusted and generic
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December 4, 2013 3:31:15 AM

John Sebastian said:
yeah it is compatible,but it will be good if you replace that psu with a quality psus like corsair,evga,antec,cm because that psu brand is not trusted and generic


Is there any risk if I don't substitute? I ordered a new PSU but it will only arrive in 1 months time so can it destroy my other components in that time?
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a c 261 V Motherboard
December 4, 2013 5:52:24 AM

Your current PSU should work for a while without issue - I'd think you should be okay for a month or so until replacement arrives.
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