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Hey i recommend same PSU as mine, its awesome. 80+ Cert, quiet as hell. tho no modular stuff but looks nice in my m59 and its cheap enough too. I think it would be perfect for you.

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Hey i recommend same PSU as mine, its awesome. 80+ Cert, quiet as hell. tho no modular stuff but looks nice in my m59 and its cheap enough too. I think it would be perfect for you.

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I was looking at that actually, how is the cable management?
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Probably going to go for
http://www.scan.co.uk/products/520w-...ps12v-v291-psu

Any decent modular psu's <£60?
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Probably going to go for
http://www.scan.co.uk/products/520w-...ps12v-v291-psu

Any decent modular psu's <£60?
That's an absolutely solid unit. It won't disappoint.

Usually the best bang for buck (last time I checked at least) modular units are the Antec TPN series, but they're only partially modular. I'm not honestly sure about UK pricing though.
 
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well there is the silverstone http://www.scan.co.uk/products/500w-...lus-bronze-psu but the antec is better
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I was looking at that actually, how is the cable management?

Its not bad to be honest, cables are good length etc but i think the m59 in general lacks a little bit of extra room out the back for cables, so maybe a modular would suit your needs better.

But for good quality solid unit, I would definitely recommend it.
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Go for the Be Quiet previously suggested. I've got it powering a 955 BE, 6870, and it's fine.
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