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Need Help With Parts for New Build

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you are not likely to pull more than 200w on that system without a dedicated gpu, or alot of periphrials attached to it at stock speeds, more if heavily overclocked
 
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you are not likely to pull more than 200w on that system without a dedicated gpu, or alot of periphrials attached to it at stock speeds, more if heavily overclocked
The GPU thatI am goin to get is a GTX 1660 Super 6GB how much watts in total will i use with this GPU
 
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1660S definitely draws under 200 watts at max, 650W will be very sufficient.
I would rather downgrade the mobo and CPU to a 10400F or 11400F if the GPU is only a 1660S. Also probably remove the HDD and upgrade the SSD to a 1TB version, 500G is a bit small from my experience.
 
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I think it is important to ask what @Billy_Maze_Here is intending to use the computer for. Parts lists is only part of the decision making when it comes to building a computer.
 
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I seconded that you might want to ditch the HDD and increase your SSD to 1TB.

Or if you want to keep using HDD, why not get the 4+ TB one. 1TB is like the worst bang for buck.
 
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