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Is the power suitable for new components?


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This is a seasonal power supply ss-620gb active pfc f3
80 BRONZE

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3.3V - 24A

5V - 24A

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12V1 - 24A

12V2 - 24A

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5Vsb - 2.5A

 

 

the computer:
Ryzen5 3600

ASRock X570

GEIL EVO POTENZA 32GB

Corsair Force MP600 1TB

1tb sata ssd

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rtx3070 and below (3060 / 3060TI)

 

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It has to do with the fact that I would not buy a new one for such a system.

It is with old topology and missing protections.

If so I would leave for a basic card say gtx 1650.

I would not use it with 3070.

Regardless of its power.

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It has to do with the fact that I would not buy a new one for such a system.

It is with old topology and missing protections.

If so I would leave for a basic card say gtx 1650.

I would not use it with RTX 3070.

Regardless of its power.

On what basis do you base it?

I did not know that watt as watt is measured differently with a difference of 4 years.

 

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It has to do with the fact that I would not buy a new one for such a system.

It is with old topology and missing protections.

If so I would leave for a basic card say gtx 1650.

I would not use it with RTX 3070.

Regardless of its power.

 

How's the Gison S550?

I saw a second hand for 250 NIS with a warranty for another year and a half. 

He seems to have worked for about 3 years. 

 

Or is it better to buy something new on this budget (no ability to exceed)?

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On what basis do you base it?

I did not know that watt as watt is measured differently with a difference of 4 years.

 

Not related to power.

This supplier with an old topology, Group regulated.

It has no OCP, OTP protections.

On the other hand its build quality is pretty good, it is not a generic supplier or something of the sort, in a system of such value does not see why use an outdated supplier In terms of topology And missing defenses.

You are welcome to read here.

https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1158795-topologies-and-regulations-what-should-i-look-for/

https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1122694-why-group-regulated-units-shouldnt-be-boughtsold-in-2019-and-on/

https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1116640-psucultists-psu-tier-list/

 

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Not related to power.

This supplier with an old topology, Group regulated.

It has no OCP, OTP protections.

On the other hand its build quality is pretty good, it is not a generic supplier or something of the sort, in a system of such value does not see why use an outdated supplier In terms of topology And missing defenses.

You are welcome to read here.

https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1158795-topologies-and-regulations-what-should-i-look-for/

https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1122694-why-group-regulated-units-shouldnt-be-boughtsold-in-2019-and-on/

https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1116640-psucultists-psu-tier-list/

 

Sounds a bit illogical because at the time of buying the supplier were With 2.5 times the power and cards with at least the same power as there are today.

At the time everything was peaks. Both power and topology.

 

 

After 4 years found out it's not good? 

 

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All the medium and above suppliers of all the normal companies are not group regulated, the suppliers of the processors today is really not the TDP, there is a lot of material on why. The momentary current jumps of processors and especially video cards have risen significantly in recent years, making it easier for simpler vendors to deal with it. Not every supplier that is not group regulated is necessarily a supplier worth buying, there are suppliers with preferential topologies with compatibility issues with cards with large current jumps also at the fault of the cards. It's not necessarily a people 3070 you will have problems, even chances are not, for myself I might have left, because that's how I am, like to use old things, as I would use (not buy) a generic supplier in a system with a weak processor without an external card because at such a power the voltages are likely to be fine, As a correct recommendation in such an expensive system, only the ticket costs 3000 NIS to put a supplier not so inferior to a quality supplier, both in topology and defenses. Ask in forums abroad.

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