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I'm looking to build a mini-ITX gaming computer, and need some help trying to determine if the power supply I would like to buy will be powerful enough to power all the parts without any problems.

Below is a list of parts I'm choosing to use for this build:

Case - IN WIN BP655 Black Mini-ITX Tower
Processor/Graphics - AMD A10-7850K Quad-Core FM2+ 3.7GHz APU w/AMD Radeon R7 IGP
Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-F2A88XN-WIFI (rev. 3.0) Socket FM2+ AMD A88X Motherboard
Memory/RAM - 8GB (2 x 4GB) G.SKILL Ripjaws X-Series DDR3 2133MHz Memory Kit
Storage - Seagate Momentous 500GB 2.5" HDD (I already own this unlike everything else listed, so I don't feel the need to buy a hard drive at the moment)

I want to swap the 200w power supply included with the case for the Seasonic TFX12V (v2.31) 80PLUS Gold Certified 300w power supply, but I'm still not sure if 300w will be enough to power the parts, which is why I'm writing this, in hopes that some of you will know if the Seasonic 300w power supply will be enough to power everything without issues. I don't plan on overclocking, nor do I plan on adding a dedicated graphics card.

Link to Seasonic 300w power supply: http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151113
   
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This should help:

http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp

I got about 177watts from what you listed.
Edited by WizardontheJob - 3/3/14 at 9:34am
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With the web page you provided me with, the parts I'm using calculated to 220w at 100% peak load (that's with an A10-6800K, since they didn't have the A10-7850K as an option)

With that being said, do you think a 300w 80PLUS Gold power supply will suffice, or will I need a more powerful power supply?
   
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The stock 200W will give you enough power. Personally I wouldn't risk using a PSU that isn't at rated 80+ but that has little to do with the power output, but rather quality.

300W will give you enough headroom to do some overlocking. Here, watch this and put your mind at ease. smile.gif Don't end up like me, the fool with an 850W PSU and a 7770.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajiN9aVOv4A&feature=c4-overview&list=UU_SN80_V2GymyCWM2oTYTeg
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Originally Posted by FIRINMYLAZERMAN View Post

With the web page you provided me with, the parts I'm using calculated to 220w at 100% peak load (that's with an A10-6800K, since they didn't have the A10-7850K as an option)

With that being said, do you think a 300w 80PLUS Gold power supply will suffice, or will I need a more powerful power supply?

The 6800k is a 100 watt processor. The 7850k is 95 watts. 300 is more than enough.
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Yes I have same setup everything stock except ram at 2400.

KillaWatt says 130w my psu at that wattage is 87% efficient 113w actual wattage use.

Fyi if you get that mobo check the system temp it is the NB temp. On mine it was always mid 50s, heatsink wasn't making good contact so I took it off and put TIM there now it's in 20s and my memory can do 2400 now.
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As all others have stated - 300 W for that rig is overkill, would be surprised if you hit 150W with heavy overclocks.
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Originally Posted by FIRINMYLAZERMAN View Post

With that being said, do you think a 300w 80PLUS Gold power supply will suffice, or will I need a more powerful power supply?
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Originally Posted by RedCloudFuneral View Post

Personally I wouldn't risk using a PSU that isn't at rated 80+ but that has little to do with the power output, but rather quality.

80 plus has nothing to do with quality at all

You can find junk thats gold rated
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