after reviewing the specs for your system I feel comfortable saying any standard atx power supply will work as long as it is 400 watt or better.
The most important things to look for are wattage, in your case you will need a 400 watt or better psu
Dimensions, will it fit in your case.
connectors, if you have a 4 pin cpu power or 8 pin. In your case I believe it is a 4 pin. Also sata connectors for your hdd. Lastly if your gpu requires extra juice from the psu you need to make sure the replacement has that connector as well which in your case I believe it is one 6 pin pcie power connector.
So to recap, your new psu should be;
atx form factor
At least 400watt or better
4 pin cpu connector, 6 pin PCI-e connector (for video card), sata connectors, 24 pin mobo connector.
All those other specs are not really relevant since most atx power supplies are well within tolerances for modern systems.
I hope this helps you.
Thank you. I am actually replacing the GPU and Power Supply, possibly with a Radeon 7770 & unknown PSU.
1) How many watt PSU would you recommend for these specs and for the ability to use it in a future computer with better specs a few years from now? 2) And what amps would I need?
3) What GPU would you recommend to be able to run any game out right now at highest settings with 30 fps?
- GPU 7770 ? at the minimum
- Q9300 CPU TDP of either 95W or 72W?
- slot fan 9 watts
- 2 case fans at ? watts
- Motherboard MAX TDP 19 watts
- internal TV Tuner (probably will remove to fit in GPU)
- memory card reader & lots of usb slots at ? watts
- IR blaster card at ? watts
- Not sure if I listed everything using watts
As far as I can tell I have to get a single slot GPU to be able to keep my tv tuner connected. Unfortunately I will have to remove my tv tuner to fit in a 2 slot GPU.