How do I choose the right power supply for my PC?

  PatrickPatrick 07:11 12 May 15

So, more parts on your PC means it needs more power right? because I have one 2GB RAM, a RADEON HD 4670, I can't be specific with the other parts, but I have a Gigabyte motherboard. What details am I missing?

  Pine Man 09:56 12 May 15

Use a site like this:-

click here

  PatrickPatrick 23:11 13 May 15

Well the problem is, which I forgot to mention, is that my power supply is already broken. How can I know the other specs, brand names and the like without even opening it? is there a way? or is my last option is to borrow a power supply from a friend to finally get the info about my PC?

  wee eddie 23:53 13 May 15

As PSUs are relatively inexpensive.

Why not remove the current one, look and see how it's rated and then buy one that is 50% more powerful

  PatrickPatrick 14:25 18 May 15

Okay, thanks a lot, mate.

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