Does my PC use the full power?

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Hello. I have recently built a PC. Now when I look at the benchmarks, I think to myself: Can my PC do more? I thought it was slower than it should. Can someone take a closer look too my Results? (With notepad you can see the systemdata below): http://txt.do/dohiz.
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For any higher end PC’s for gaming I would get a min 850w. If you have a high end video card or even dual video cards then move up to a 1000w minimum power supply. Also the more devices you have in you system will vary the need as well. Multiple hard drives, CD/DVD, number of cooling fans also will require more power.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    "Built a PC", means what? Did you assembled a pc Or built motherboard, smps etc. by your own? Assuming this is an assembled and have doubt that. all accessories etc. might configured property. Like ram/ cpu speed/ smps power supply parameter etc. First check all of these parameters and make sure that there is no misconfigured.
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    "Built a PC", means what? Did you assembled a pc Or built motherboard, smps etc. by your own? Assuming this is an assembled and have doubt that. all accessories etc. might configured property. Like ram/ cpu speed/ smps power supply parameter etc. First check all of these parameters.
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  • VernoxVernax
    Ok, at first sorry, yes I bought the pc parts and put them together. Second, yes everything works, and the parts are all compatible. I thought that a 1080ti could do more. I have a 4k Monitor. Thx
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