How do I find out what PSU I've got?

Hi guys, this is my first post on this site, hello!

I'm from the UK, got someone to build me a PC couple years back, he's literally disappeared off the face of the earth, and left me with a GPU that's been crashing from day 1. (red dots everywhere, frozen PC)

Anyway, seeing as I'm planning to replace the GPU, I need to know what PSU I have at the moment, so I know what it can handle. Should it be written on the PSU itself? Or is there any other way?

Thanks guys.
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  1. Only way is to open the case and look at the label on the psu.
  2. Thanks for the quick reply.
  3. +1 what delluser1 said.

    The data label should identify the brand and model as well as wattage, voltage, and current (amps) for the different rails.
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