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    Default Psu for Sapphire nitro r9 380

    Hey guys, I m planning to buy a r9 380 in next month and i was wondering whether my current 2years old tt smart 550 will be enough for this card or not. Pls suggest.

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    It would do fine.

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    At max you'll get 400W from overall system use including GPU. Not bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by GalibZ View Post
    It would do fine.
    I m glad to hear that. Thx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trave160 View Post
    At max you'll get 400W from overall system use including GPU. Not bad
    The only thing I was concerned about was the total combined output capability of that particular psu as it's almost 2 years old. But it looks like it has still enough juice left in it's tank to serve my upcoming 380. Thx for clarifying it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    Tr2 500w gold is better than that. 5,500/=
    It could be and thx for mentioning it but I don't want to spend behind a psu at the moment as my current psu is working flawlessly until now. Will it be enough for 380?
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    At least you're using the older Smart PSUs, you're in good shape for now.

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    r9 380 uses at load about 190w++ .550w PSU is good enough but depends on over all system .Very good PSU has 80 to 85 (+-) power factor.it also loses over time.

    To get an idea of total power http://outervision.com/power-supply-calculator

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