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EVGA 450 BT 450W 80+ Bronze Power Supply EXPIRED

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B&H Photo Video has EVGA 450 BT 450W 80+ Bronze Power Supply (100-BT-0450-K1) for $21.99 - $10 Rebate = $11.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71

Newegg.com has EVGA 450 BT 450W 80+ Bronze Power Supply (100-BT-0450-K1) for $21.99 - $10 Rebate = $11.99. Shipping is free w/ Shoprunner or Newegg Premier (learn more). Otherwise, shipping is $3.99.
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u r spending almost a grand on a card and u want to spend $15 on psu ?
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If you have a shoprunner account you get free two-day shipping! Thanks OP
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Would this run my GTX 1080 Titan?
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Would this run my GTX 1080 Titan?
Not sure but i do know that this PSU by itself will not run my computer with an AMD R390

Usually Nvidia is most power efficient but i would say barely
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funny thing is i just installed this psu in my spare computer. found out i actually have 2 spare PSU lying around 500&600w so no more purchasing PSU. although these are pretty damn cheap. i think the cheapest it has been is 10$ AR not too long ago.
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Really nice PSU. It can power up RX 570 safely and GTX 1070 and everything below. It may be fine with GTX 1080 too, depends on the rest of your system. I get them every time they drop to $22 shipped
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Would this run my GTX 1080 Titan?
u r spending almost a grand on a card and u want to spend $15 on psu ?
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Not sure but i do know that this PSU by itself will not run my computer with an AMD R390

Usually Nvidia is most power efficient but i would say barely
Titans typically run 250-325W depending on if you overclock. Add in another 100-150W for other stuff, so you're likely okay, but without much room to spare.

You still might want to spend more since your thousand dollar GPU is powered by something better, but this is good for a bargain basement build.
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Definitely not GTX1080 but 1070 is probably ok
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I mean that's great and all but I wouldn't run anything on the system less than gold standard
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http://www.coolermaster.com/power...alculator/

It's shocking how little power is required for some single GPU Intel 4k setups. If you need to know if this works for you, just add system parts and see your power draw.
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u r spending almost a grand on a card and u want to spend $15 on psu ?
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I've got a couple of 4TB Hard drives and my old gaming PC that I've been thinking about turning into a NAS. Would this good for that?
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I've got a couple of 4TB Hard drives and my old gaming PC that I've been thinking about turning into a NAS. Would this good for that?
I would argue it's more than enough. If you're running components made in the last 5yrs you're good even the AMD FX would have a hard time tasking this in a home built NAS PC
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