Hi, so basically i have a switching creation 600 watts PSU with a DEDICATED 6 PIN PCI-E power connector and i want to know if an asus gtx 550 ti will be able to run on it...Also the most important thing is that it has 10amps on the 12v rail and i know this is little. Most people are telling me the psu is good as long as it has a 6 pin power connector.The graphic card vendor even inspected my psu and guaranteed me that it would work even with the GPU stressed and funtioning at max!I'm puzzled ;0 My question to you all is if the psu was that bad what THE HELL WOULD IT HAVE A 6 PIN connector! THis would defeat the purpose of having 10 amps on the 12v rail...sorry i'm no expert in power supplies and graphic stuffs but i REALLY want to know this. ANY HELP WILL BE APPRECIATED!THANKS!
What kind of PSU that has 600W has 10a on the 12V rail?
yeah mate, you've probably misread.
Do NOT trust a PC vendor! A honest vendor is quite rare.
Anyways, A 550Ti would require a +12 Volt continuous current rating of 24 Amps or greater, with one 6-pin PCIe connector.
See if you can get a PSU from a reputable/reliable/popular brands like Antec, Corsair, SeaSonic...etc.