Hello, I am planning on upgrading to a GTX560TI with this power supply i currently have http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=2550 Other components of the system will be 8gb of PC-12800 memory, Intel i5 2500k, a single 7200 rpm harddrive and dvd rom with one 120mm fan and one 80mm fan.
I don't know a lot about the voltages or amps. It has 19A on each 12V rail
Will this safely run the system?
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Should do the job but a 600 W would be better
it gives 432W 12v....so 432W/12V = 36 amps? Is that enough for a GTX560ti to be safe?
Don't buy that. Pick up Corsair CX600 or Antec 620W, or any other quality brand PSU. Cooler master makes crappy power supplies, and the quality brands include:
Antec, Corsair, Seasonic, XFX, OCZ, Rosewill.
As Sunius said don't go for cooler master. GS600, CX600 will be a good choice.. GTX560ti requires 32A on +12V rail.. Also i repeat don't go for that coolermaster one.. Corsair, Seasonic, Antec, XFX, OCZ make good quality power supplies..
I already have the coolermaster one in my system. Is it really worth paying another 100 bucks for a new PSU?
If you already have it, don't worry about it. Keep it. I will work.