I wrote them about this product and they told me this.This Asus Tuf has a good review from Aris and is Tier B according to the Tier list for 2000
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If theyre offering a full warranty and its been tested by Asus I would think it should be good.I wrote them about this product and they told me this.
Hello this is a refubrished therefore it was probably returned by the customer or had damaged packaging within 14days re-tested by the manufacturer .
the power supply comes with a full warranty is in oem packaging may have minor cosmetic defects.
Do u think its good ? Thank you.
What u think about this ? https://www.alza.cz/seasonic-g12-gc-650-gold-d6453551.htmIt should fit, and is cheaper than it should be but a shame about the shorter warranty.
Another option if the warranty on the Asus bothers you @pitrisin is this one which will work fine with room to spare, and has a 5 year warranty at Tier B:
I honestly don't want to argue with @Lutfij but I do disagree with you on the PSU headroom side of things here and I'll lay out my reasons and data here as to why. OP can make their own mind up.
To be clear I fully support a PSU upgrade here, as the original unit we were working with was not good quality and old and outside warranty to boot.
GPU manufacturers always inflate PSU requirements because they know some people will be using trash tier no name PSU's that have X number of Watts on the label but actually only provide a fraction of that on the 12v rail. Also you have an I5 and they have to account for random people potentially trying to use I7's and I9's with the cards which really eat a lot of power these days.
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I5 11400F here 130Watts fully loaded under a stress test at stock for total system power (including motherboard and drives etc). 280W if power limits removed (overclocked basically)
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RX 6600XT Merc Speedster 169W with around 200W transient spike.
200+280= 480W at full stress on GPU and overclocked CPU (rarely if ever happens in gaming).
You'll see that Techpowerup has a PSU recommendation for the Merc 6600XT at the top of those tables based on their test results, 500W minimum.
In reality under a gaming situation peak usage would be more like 300 W if you're not removing power limits. Even if you are, outside of running a CPU stress test you're talking around 400W under normal gaming use.
You can also use the only close to accurate PSU calculator there is here and plug in every piece of equipment you have down to the voltages used if you use the advanced version, its quite conservative as well. The results will be accurate as long as you buy a decent quality PSU that can output its stated wattage on the 12v rail.
But the be quiet one only has 600w But the asus tuf one has 750w. And according to official xfx sources, it is at least 650w.I dont know why the Asus has been returned and a longer warranty is nice, so I'd get the BeQuiet myself out of those two with the price being the same.
If you read the spoiler in my earlier post you can see why GPU manufacturers always overstate the PSU requirements. Sites like Techpowerup use a lot of expensive equipment and time to find the real numbers to people who are willing to look.But the be quiet one only has 600w But the asus tuf one has 750w. And according to official xfx sources, it is at least 650w.
They test all hardware in their reviews, but they keep a database of almost everything every released with tech specs, and anyone can make a typoI wouldn't trust a PSU that only has a 2 year warranty either. If they don't trust it to work longer than that, why buy it? My last 2 PSU have 10 year warranties, shame I replaced the 1st one within 3 years but that wasn't its doing, it was me needing more power than it can supply... possibly.
TPU still show the wrong info for my GPU, say it needs 3 x 8 pin when really its only 2.
So they don't test all the hardware, they do take the word of the maker in some cases
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link"If you have a graphics card that features Dual BIOS with a Performance and Silent setting, the card will ship in the performance mode by default. The Performance BIOS position is where the switched is toggled closer to the PCI-E power connections. The Silent Mode is the where the switch is toggled in the direction of the monitor outputs."
This model card is equipped with a dual BIOS. Currently, both BIOS positions are the same BIOS. There are no differences at this time.