It depends on your carbs intake, your goal and the mind of fat you are taking in.
If your goal is to gain muscle you will need a caloric surplus. How much of a surplus depends on if you want maximum growth (while accepting some fat gain), a decent muscle gain with only a small fat addition, or a slower muscle gain while minimizing fat gain.
Let’s say that your maintenance level is 2500 calories per day (it’s not, it’s just for the sake of illustration). Then you might want a 250, 500 or 750 calories a day surplus depending on your goal.
Let’s pretend that you select an intake of 3000 calories per day (on average) and a protein intake of 200g per day, which is around 800 calories. It leaves us an energy intake of 2200 calories per day.
The way you divide those 2200 calories (between fat and carbs) will depend on your insulin sensitivity (how well you tolerate carbs)…
For example if you decide to go with 300g of carbs (1200 calories since 1g of carbs is roughly 4 calories) it leaves you 1000 calories from fat. Since 1g of fat is 9 calories it means roughly 110g of fat.
If you decide to go with 400g of carbs (1600 calories) it leaves you 600 calories from fat or 67g of fat.
If you decide to go with 200g of carbs (800 calories) it leaves you 1400 calories from fat, or 155g of fat.
Again, these are not recommendations it is for illustration purposes.