Well, the PSU's brand is, in fact, well-respected and well-known out here in this country with over 1 billion people. But what does higher or lower wattage do to the PC? Will higher wattages mean they'll tear up the electricity bills?
Also, anyone else got anything on my USB 3.0 problem? My sister's bugging me to play Minecraft with her, and my dad's bugging me to get the downloads up and running...
Hmm...no, not yet. Well, I've never tried this before, but there's a first time for everything, right? I just hope this doesn't brick my computer...
if you say so. if you still want to use that psu, it's your pc.
i wouldn't use that psu on my pc if i have a $400 gpu. and i dont want to burn my $1000 pc.
anything r9 280 / 770 and above i'd use a 550 watt psu generally speaking.
even though 500 watt should be enough but it really depends on the psu oem and efficiency, so to err in the safe side, i'd say 550 watt.
Edited by rovopio - 6/3/14 at 8:35pm