not recommended. get a gold version and you are fine ...
arre I had issue when I got that series at that time. and the engineer told ki aisa hota he as low end psu have less grade capacitor. may be CX750F is better but for bronse series. I won't risk when its a card like 3080 ...Unless OP's PSU is more than 7 years old I wouldn't bother.
I understand sometimes low tier PSUs have Chinese capacitors but this unit seems good.arre I had issue when I got that series at that time. and the engineer told ki aisa hota he as low end psu have less grade capacitor. may be CX750F is better but for bronse series. I won't risk when its a card like 3080 ...
yea! what I was sayingCX750F should be bronze rated.
Will it work?
Is it recommended to use it?
No, get a Tier A gold rated PSU for longevity. There can be minor spikes in power draw beyond the rated capacity & better quality PSU handles those better. When you have a high end GPU, don't cheap out on something as important as PSU.
The seller has changed. When I bought it 7 months ago, the seller was Appario and the price was 6300 only. The cheapest 850W good psu was 9500 at that time which is why I decided to go for this one.I see good reviews for the PSU and it shouldn't cause many issues. Getting a good PSU is always a good investment. I won't recommend you run now and get one asap but if you have a budget it will be a worthy upgrade,
But pls someone tell me why the heck is that PSU costing 10k when it's only bronze rated.
It will run fine. This is one of the best Tier B PSUs as per the tier list. Also combined with a 12400 I don't think it will come anywhere close to its limits.
Yup will second that.It will run fine.
6800XT is under 60k, if you are looking for a GPU. IMO top end GPU options are either 6700XT at 35k or 6800XT at 57k, Nvidia GPUs are just badly priced right now with 3070Ti trying to compete with 6800XT.Thank you all for your suggestions. I will be on the lookout for any good deals on 3070, ti and 3080. If I get a 3080 then will undervolt it then use it.
This is my first time hearing that a 3080 will be bottlenecked by 12400F. I am playing on 1440p. Can someone please confirm this?as your basic question is already answered, I'll say something about your GPU - for 12400F it's better to stick with 3070Ti max, 3080 sometimes get bottlenecked and only worth if you plan on playing 4K. I'm personally buying 3070 since it's more power efficient compared to Ti which gives a minor performance increase. 3070 is good enough for max setting 1440p gameplay until this generation of consoles end. Save your money and use the extra amount to get good tier PSU for future upgrades.