New Ryzen 3600 Build, PSU question

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Vengance_01, Jul 5, 2019.

  1. Vengance_01

    Vengance_01 [H]ardness Supreme

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    I am finally upgrading my 2500K build to a 3600. I Mostly use my desktop for gaming and remote work. Hence the 3600 O/Ced will trounce my 2500K at 4.2GHZ and slow DDR3.

    Looking to slim down and I want to move to an ITX case but I want to know if you guys think a Seasonic FOCUS SGX-450 SSR Gold Plus can handle the following config

    3600 O/Ced
    1070TI Stock clocks
    16GB ram(2 8GB Dimms)
    1 M2 SSD
    1 2.5 SSD
    AIO 120 plus a few case fans

    I leaning towards yes but I am just looking on thoughts
     
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    pulled the trigger on the case and PSU so i will update this thread when i start the build.
     
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    A stock 2600 will do 150+ watts, and a stock 1070TI will do closer to 200 watts.

    All in all you'll be fine but leaves you little headroom in case you want something like a 2080TI.
     
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    I always stay mid range so what ever the next 1070 version is what I will upgrade but it won't be for a long time. I just don't game that much anymore.