01-12-2020 02:12 PM - edited 01-12-2020 02:13 PM
Looking to buy another GPU to replace my old gtx 1050, but I need a more powerful psu, and I believe I need a 'uATX' one. Is there any idea where I can find a 300-400w uATX psu to fit my pc, or is there another type that will also fit my pc?
01-12-2020 07:52 PM
@tomnorton1 , welcome to the forum.
I believe that a standard ATX power supply unit (PSU) should work with your computer. Here are the measurements of a Corsair CX430:
- Height: 3.4"
- Width: 5.9"
- Depth: 5.5"
You should measure the space where the PSU will be installed to make certain that it will fit. I normally recommended a PSU with at least 100W to 150W more than the video card requires. This gives you extra power for peak needs.
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