Nvidia’s latest graphics card (GPU), the RTX 4060 Ti, is set to be released on May 24th. It will be the latest edition in the 4000 series. The RTX 4060 Ti will have two versions. To ensure your GPU runs smoothly, it is important to use the correct power supply. Otherwise, you may risk damaging other PC components and incurring significant financial losses. Furthermore, using an inadequate power supply may prevent you from fully exploring the GPU’s gaming potential. For these reasons, I have a few recommendations that offer a balance of price, performance, and quality.
List of Top PSU for NVIDIA RTX 4060 Ti
|Model||Price||Max. DC Output||Efficiency||PCIE 5 & ATX 3.0|
|Redragon PSU013||650W||80+ Gold||No|
|EVGA SuperNOVA 120-GP-0650-X1||650W||80+ Gold||No|
|Corsair RM750e (2023)||750W||80+ Gold||Yes|
|MSI MPG A750G||750W||80+ Gold||Yes|
|Thermaltake Smart Pro RGB||650W||80+ Bronze||No|
Redragon PSU013 is one of the coolest looking power supplies(PSU) with its RGB lights and good color. It is one of the cheapest options you can choose from, and you can add a protection plan based on your needs. There’s no need to be concerned about the service because, as you know, Amazon always prioritizes its customers. It has a gold+ certification, which means it is reliable, efficient and will easily extract the potential of the Nvidia RTX 4060ti.
EVGA SuperNOVA 120-GP-0650-X1
The second option I chose was the EVGA SuperNOVA 120-GP-0650-X1. The price is on the higher side, but one of the best features I noticed was the 10-year warranty, which means you will never have to worry about a fault as the company will be responsible. It also has gold+ certification, which means it is efficient and reliable. It also has heavy duty protections, such as OVP, UVP, OCP, OPP, SCP, and OTP.
Corsair RM750e (2023)
Corsair RM750e (2023) is the latest in Corsair PSU technology, which means you won’t have to worry about changing it in the future. It has an 80+ gold certificate and is a very reliable and efficient low-noise power supply with fully modular cabling. Last but not least, it is ATX 3.0 power standard compliant, supports the PCIe Gen 5 platform, and resists transient power spikes.
MSI MPG A750G
MPG A750G PSU is one of the most recent PSUs in the MSI series, which means it is equipped with cutting-edge technology and is compatible with PCIE 5 & ATX 3.0, so you won’t have to worry about the future. Quality-wise, it is made in Japan, and they offer a 10-year warranty, which means that if anything goes wrong, they will fix it. It is also gold+ certified, demonstrating dependability and efficiency.
Thermaltake Smart Pro RGB
Thermaltake is well-known for its power supplies, so we had to include it. It may be bronze+ certified, which means its efficiency will be slightly lower, but fear not, it is made in Japan and thus highly reliable, and it gives your PC a very nice look thanks to the RGB lights. It also has a very quiet noise and a very good cooling system, which is Ultra Quiet Smart Zero 256-Color RGB, and you don’t have to worry about the quality because it comes with a 7-year warranty.