Problem in my Power Supply and also in general electric

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My computer runs with Rosewill 600 watts PSU and a room with a 15A breaker. Additionally, I put upp that pulls 11.58 amps from the 15A breaker. The PSU pulls 10 amps. Someone advice me that this settings is incorrect. What I want to know is, will my computer's PSU pull a varying total amps based on the contents loaded into it? Also, I have my old 680 watts PSU and it pulls 6a, is this okay?

I just want to place my electronics in their proper places since my house is new. I already done this with no issues before. And I want to know if all these will be fine.

 

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Problem in my Power Supply and also in general electric

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Usually the computer PSU supplies variable amount of current flows according to the component loads. But most importantly the load should not exceed the rated amount of PSU. If the current rating be less comparing with your load then you need additional auxiliary sources. As you have 680 watts PSU and it pulls 6 ampere. So it is the better solution to replace the 600 watts PSA with 680 watts PSA.  

 

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