- 30 months ago
I want a PSU that creates as little waste-heat as possible. I gather that the "titanium" -certified PSUs are the most efficient in that regard, correct? Recently, I upgraded my pc with a better psu and a better graphics card(asus strix 1060 6gb nvidia card). I was told that a higher-wattage psu was defnitely not either good or needed for my PC. I was not so sure about that, as my asus pc had a ****** (300w) no-brand(?) psu, and my pc often shut down frequently during the previous summer when I linked multiple gadgets(cameras etc.) to my pc in order to charge them up. I now have a 500w psu(be quiet/gold-certified), which I hope is good enough, if I want to do charge my electrical gadgets again. What is wrong about me getting, say, a 850W psu, titanium-certified?