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Need help with PSU choosing

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by shadow70, Oct 26, 2010.

  1. shadow70

    shadow70 Master Guru

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  2. Elder III

    Elder III Ancient Guru

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    Any OCing? and what's your budget?

    If your system is running stock voltages/speeds, you could power it with a good 550 watt PSU... as long as it had enough Amps on the +12v rail(s)....
     
  3. shadow70

    shadow70 Master Guru

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    Yeh am Overclocking it, want to push it, as am using watercooling.

    yeh my main concern is for another on the +12v for the GPU.

    cost nothing over $300AUD.

    and as said above very good cable managerment
     
  4. Sever

    Sever Ancient Guru

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    heya, im in australia too~

    go to www.msy.com.au and find the store nearest to you. you can get a thermaltake toughpower xt 875w for less than $200. its 80 plus bronze (silver according to their website apparently), has 72A on the 12V rail, and comes with a lifetime warranty in australia, as well as being modular.

    thermaltake warranty and support in australia is also pretty good too, i contacted them recently and bought two more of the 8pin modular cables for my psu for $15 (including shipping), so now i have 4x 8pin cables, XD. theyve also supplied me with replacement fans for my case without me having to send the broken fan to them, theyre awesome!
     

  5. Pzykotik

    Pzykotik Ancient Guru

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    That.
     

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