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Should be fine.

In a "normal" PC that is without any odd things like 20 HDDs this dual rail PSU is fine. I'm not a fan of these PSUs (dual rail, under 20A per rail.) But it will do unless there is something not told.

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As Bob_B wrote.

If it was fine with the 560, the 1050 Ti should also be fine (or better.)

My comment is mostly about preferences. Not a PSU I'd buy but if it was in the machine with a 560 and working, I'd not change it out.

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Psu

If your psu is powering the 560 with no problems then it should not have a problem with the 1050.

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