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What PSU would you recommend for the Gtx 580?

 

You can't afford it if your budget is 4000 max.


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If you can afford the CX600 V2 though, then yeah that would provide all the power your computer would need if you were to get the 580 (and that's a very good GTX 580 as well).


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If you can afford the CX600 V2 though, then yeah that would provide all the power your computer would need if you were to get the 580 (and that's a very good GTX 580 as well).
It's just a tad bit over my budget but totally worth it. http://www.flipkart.com/corsair-cmpsu-600cxv2uk-cmps-cx600w-600-watts-psu/p/itmd5xz4efxtqng7

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It's just a tad bit over my budget but totally worth it. http://www.flipkart.com/corsair-cmpsu-600cxv2uk-cmps-cx600w-600-watts-psu/p/itmd5xz4efxtqng7

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You're welcome.

 

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GTX 580 vs. GTX 650 Ti:

 

http://www.anandtech.com/bench/product/767?vs=781


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Isn't this inferior to the CX600 v2 though?


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Will it manage a Gtx 580 along with an overclock?
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Isn't this inferior to the CX600 v2 though?
I wouldn't say so. It's a pretty solid Delta unit, yes it uses CapXon's on both the secondary and primary stage but overall it's a solid performer. It has a combined +12V output of 45A (540W) which is actually higher than the CX600 at 40A (480W).
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Will it manage a Gtx 580 along with an overclock?
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I wouldn't say so. It's a pretty solid Delta unit, yes it uses CapXon's on both the secondary and primary stage but overall it's a solid performer. It has a combined +12V output of 45A (540W) which is actually higher than the CX600 at 40A (480W).
Yes.

 

So, is it the VP450 that's kind of crappy?


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I wouldn't say so. It's a pretty solid Delta unit, yes it uses CapXon's on both the secondary and primary stage but overall it's a solid performer. It has a combined +12V output of 45A (540W) which is actually higher than the CX600 at 40A (480W).
Yes.
And it's more reasonable. Thanks a lot guys. Another question. Should I upgrade my monitor or get a better GPU and game at 1366x768?
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