Theoretically, YES. it can run and boot your system run few low end graphics.
But Technically, NO. your graphics and cpu eats a lot of power especially in running high end graphics games and long time overclocking and you may want to have a room for their adjustment so that it won’t damage your system every time if it looses power then shuts down itself.
I highly suggest that do not use any bundled “PSU” from any cases because we never know what was inside of that box.
You know, when building a Gaming PC. The first thing that should come first in our mind is the PSU.
Choosing a reliable PSU from any reputable brand like Seasonic, Corsair, Cooler Master, EVGA with (80+ bronze, silver or gold) may leave a peaceful mind about power and electricity consumption.
You may want to have atleast 600W+ from any reputable brands with an efficiency of 80+ certification.
Have fun on your build!
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