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    So my new build will consist off

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    My question is this will a 600w - 650w psu be enough for this or would I have to go with the 750w one ???
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    Default Re: Psu ???

    Quote Originally Posted by marsden83 View Post
    So my new build will consist off

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    2 120mm led case fans an 1 120mm non led

    My question is this will a 600w - 650w psu be enough for this or would I have to go with the 750w one ???
    a 650 should be plenty. just make sure it's a quality brand psu. i would recommend the Cooler Master V700 psu. might need a little headroom for oc'ing.
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    Default Re: Psu ???

    I've been looking at a modular corsair psu
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    Corsair is good just stay away from the RM750 and RM850. the Cooler Master V700 is made by Seasonic just so you know. The V series is very good.
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    Default Re: Psu ???

    SeaSonic is the best brand IMHO,..............but Corsair is pretty good too.

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    Default Re: Psu ???

    https://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Comp...roductId=53657. It seems that the 750w one is only about 10 more than the 650w although the 650 is gold rated and the 750 is bronze
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    Default Re: Psu ???

    Also I would use a 120G SSD not a 60G..

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    LEPA is a good brand.

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    Default Re: Psu ???

    Quote Originally Posted by marsden83 View Post
    https://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Comp...roductId=53657. It seems that the 750w one is only about 10 more than the 650w although the 650 is gold rated and the 750 is bronze
    Isn't this another one of the "not so good" Corsairs?

    Why not just avoid the Corsair crapshoot and buy a brand that is solid through their line? - https://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Comp...roductId=57193

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