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Thread: PSU for GTX 760?

  • 2013-07-06, 06:35 AM#1

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    PSU for GTX 760?

    I'm looking to purchase an NVIDIA GTX 760 as an upgrade to my current Radeon HD 6670, however I only have a 500W generic PSU and therefore will have to upgrade the PSU also.

    I am temporarily away from the desktop I want to upgrade so I can't give full detailed specs., however it has an i5 2400 CPU @ 3.10GHz and 8GB of DDR3 RAM. If I were to add in the GTX 760, what wattage PSU would I need to make sure I run into absolutely no heat issues in the future? I was thinking 1000W but that may be a bit of an overkill and I could probably save quite a bit of money by getting one with less wattage.

    Also, what brand should I get for both the GPU and PSU? I was thinking this Asus 760 (http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product...82E16814121775) and was thinking I should get a Corsair PSU.

    Also, anything else I should keep in mind/verify before purchasing?

    Thanks in advance!


  • 2013-07-06, 06:42 AM#2

    750w - 850w should cover it
    I imagine you will upgrade CPU in the future aswell, so this is a save area.


  • 2013-07-06, 06:49 AM#3

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    I literally just got in a new video card, PSU, and SSD upgrade and finished getting it all set up about 20 minutes ago.
    I went from a GTX 470 SC to a GTX 770 OC, Power supply went from 550 to 850W (this). It was a lot larger than expected, about 20% larger than my old PSU but it fit well enough in my case.

    The price may be higher than what you are looking for but damn this thing is sexy and 850W is more than plenty for a long time. For the card you have in mind you probably only need a 650 or 700W but you can probably go a little higher without spending too much more. Doing so will give you more "future proofing" in case you want to use the same PSU in a new PC later down the road.

    Biggest perk though, the PSU is super quiet. When you aren't sucking a lot of juice this power supply is virtually silent.


  • 2013-07-06, 07:16 AM#4

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    Like mercs213 said any good 550w will do the job no problem.


  • 2013-07-06, 07:17 AM#5

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    No no no.

    Just no.

    You do NOT need over 600w. Even a decent 450 will do. Your 500 is most likely fine, unless it's utter trash.

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  • 2013-07-06, 07:41 AM#6

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by ZerdusView Post

    I'm looking to purchase an NVIDIA GTX 760 as an upgrade to my current Radeon HD 6670, however I only have a 500W generic PSU and therefore will have to upgrade the PSU also.

    Do you mind providing the brand/model? You can find this information located on a sticker on the PSU itself.

    Unless it's some fireworks hardware, 500w is plenty for your setup. You could easily run that setup on a good quality 450w PSU.

    The only time you'll ever need more than a 550w PSU is with SLI. That includes a 690/7990 (though you could likely run these two off a good quality 550w but if you overclock it and depending on your CPU it might get a bit close to the output rating).

  • 2013-07-06, 10:04 AM#7

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    550w, anything above that is overkill unless you are planning on going SLI and doing some heavy overclocking.

    EDIT - as already mentioned, your 500w PSU could very well be more then adequate as long as it is not complete garbage.

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  • 2013-07-06, 02:56 PM#8

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    Why does everybody like going the bare minimum with PSUs? Its good to give a little headroom.


  • 2013-07-06, 03:07 PM#9

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by BrolyownsView Post

    750w - 850w should cover it
    I imagine you will upgrade CPU in the future aswell, so this is a save area.

    Wuuuutt

    You could quad sli with this xD

    Good quality 550w would be the right spot, you could get even lower. Pick a 80+ Bronze certified from a reputable brand and you are good to go

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  • 2013-07-06, 03:40 PM#10

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by dashflash890View Post

    Why does everybody like going the bare minimum with PSUs? Its good to give a little headroom.

    550W is little headroom, 750-850W is totally overdoing it. Whole modern gaming computer with i5-3570k or 4670k and GTX760 uses only about 300W of power, maybe 400W when everything overclocked, so how much headroom you actually need for it?

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  • 2013-07-06, 05:07 PM#11

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    Thanks for the replies everyone! So I'm happy to hear that I may not even need to upgrade my PSU! Unfortunately as I'm away from the computer I can't see what brand the PSU is, however I just might have a list of the specifications on my phone from back when I was building the computer . Currently I'm a little too busy to go searching for it through the file system but I will attempt to get that information later today and will post it here.

    Thanks again everybody!


  • 2013-07-06, 05:13 PM#12

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by ZerdusView Post

    Thanks for the replies everyone! So I'm happy to hear that I may not even need to upgrade my PSU! Unfortunately as I'm away from the computer I can't see what brand the PSU is, however I just might have a list of the specifications on my phone from back when I was building the computer.

    Well... You said "generic 500W" ... If it's some chinese no-name shit those could be 300W in reality and not cutting it with the new hardware. That's the main difference between cheap and quality PSU. Quality PSU has continuous wattage it states on the box while cheap PSU can deal only with peak wattage stated on the box and maybe not even that much.

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  • 2013-07-06, 05:45 PM#13

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by dashflash890View Post

    Why does everybody like going the bare minimum with PSUs? Its good to give a little headroom.

    Because people often misunderstand how computers work, simply put.

    What headroom do you want? Room for a better CPU? CPU's aren't going up in power. Room for a newer GPU? GPU's aren't going up in power.

    A larger power supply of good quality is actually WORSE because power supplies often become slightly less efficient at lower loads.

    A 500w PSU will actually use LESS power than an 800w in the same computer. Not much, but still. Why are you paying more money for the opportunity to.. pay more money.

    The only 'headroom' needed is to consider SLI, and SLI just isn't done much.

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  • 2013-07-06, 06:17 PM#14

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    Even a high quality 450W will be more than fine for that setup. There's little reason to get a 750W or above nowadays, unless you were pushing all your components to the max by overclocking them and running multi high-end GPU's etc. We've left the old days of where 650W was a bare minimum or the average requirement for PSU's, as graphics cards back then were just so power hungry.

    Sure, headroom is important, but be realistic about it - are you to planning on running 2 GTX 760's in the future? Also, your i5 sandy bridge consumes very little power, especially since it's not an unlocked model that has been further overclocked. I'd like to recommend this one: http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product...82E16817151124

    Ok, so you might think to yourself - doesn't that look overpriced for only 450W? Could be, but it's definitely not a low quality product as it's from one of the most well reputed manufacturers that have earned the trust of many other companies, including Corsair, XFX, OCZ (PC Power & Cooling), Antec and more recently, Cooler Master. I personally wouldn't mind spending a bit more for a good quality PSU any way, and the fact that it's a gold certified is a nice plus.

    EDIT: Nice, just noticed that there's a 10% off deal on it.

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  • 2013-07-06, 06:21 PM#15

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  • 2013-07-06, 08:44 PM#16

    Not really sure what the point of your post is but cool for you, you got a refurbished OCZ

    1000W is massive overkill, besides what's already been mentioned in here already.

  • 2013-07-06, 08:55 PM#17

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    I'm sure the guys at Microcenter danced a jig to get that thing off their hands, even at a cost loss.

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  • 2013-07-06, 09:08 PM#18

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by chazusView Post

    I'm sure the guys at Microcenter danced a jig to get that thing off their hands, even at a cost loss.

    Oh god the image that put into my head is pure awesome-ness.

    A 500-550w 80plus bronze will work just fine, though I do like the one Drakeos posted. 80plus gold for ~$70. mmmmm
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  • 2013-07-06, 10:52 PM#19

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    Okay I found out my PSU is an ATX brand, 500W generic.


  • 2013-07-06, 10:57 PM#20

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    QuoteOriginally Posted by ZerdusView Post

    Okay I found out my PSU is an ATX brand, 500W generic.

    That means it's 90% certainly some no-name chinese shit that is actually 300-350W PSU, nowhere near 500W.

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    It looks like it would be fine with your stock power supply as long as you get the right EVGA card since there is only one that has the two 6-pin requirement versus the 6-pin plus an 8-pin on others.  HERE is the one.  

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    Yes. NB4 people saying to get a 650+w PSU. A 780 will run fine on 500.

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    Look for reviews of the GTX 760 and usually they will show power consumption of the entire pc.

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    For the record I'll also second that a Corsair 500 watt power supply is plenty powerful for a 760.

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    The overall wattage (duh) and more importantly (especially for GPU's) the amps on the 12 volt rail/rails. (expressed as [email protected] where XX is the amps, dual rail PSU's would have 2 listed that you would total)

    A 1000 watt PSU with crap rail amperage on a high end card would likely result in hardware failure.

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    Thats what i am currently using with my GTS 250. Also i5 3470, and 8gb ddr3 1333 single channel.

    Would it support a GTX 760?

    -5xad0w- posted...
    dual rail PSU's would have 2 listed that you would total


    You usually cannot add up two rails to figure out what the combined output capacity is. There should be additional information on the label regarding said combined output capacity.
    If you take an Antec Earthwatts 650W for example, it says +12V1 = 38A and +12V2 = 38A, and obviously the unit cannot deliver 76A (that's 912W). There's a line under the power ratings that says 12V1, 12V2 max load = 650W. Always look for that tidbit of information. If it's not listed, then something is shady.

    -5xad0w- posted...
    A 1000 watt PSU with crap rail amperage on a high end card would likely result in hardware failure.


    On a crappy PSU perhaps... but a decent PSU will simply shut down if you ask too much of it.

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    Sours: https://www.tfrecipes.com/gtx-760-psu-requirements/

    Now discussing:

    Can this 500 watt Power Supply handle gtx 750 ti or gtx 760?

    I don't know this brand (from their home page they seem more like a distributor than a manufacturer), but I remember a PSU (from a brand I've removed from my mind) that was labelled "350W", but was unable to power a mini-ITX board with a Celeron. More, if the PSU is loaded near 100%, its efficiency drops (more heat, more AC power and risk of unattended power-off).

    There are several power supply calculators online (like this) where you can test your configuration. I've tried your configurations, and in both cases 500W will be ok, but for the Gtx 760 the minimum power calculated is 435W (other PSU calculators gave me a minimum of 385W), that means a load more than 80%, and that PSU has no label "80 plus" or better, so you are entering in a dangerous zone.

    So, my suggestion is to use a GTX 750 because the 760 has a power requirement that is too near the PSU limit, or buy a PSU from a well known PSU manufacturer (e.g. a PSU 500W 80 Plus Gold).

    answered Mar 24 '19 at 19:40

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    Sours: https://superuser.com/questions/1416969/can-this-500-watt-power-supply-handle-gtx-750-ti-or-gtx-760


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