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Hmm I was not aware that it was not calculated that way. Thank you for clearing that up.
You're welcome!

Although, you're not alone; many, many, many people don't know this yet.
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thanks for the quick replys!

so, my PSU isnt good... i was expecting that alrready, and since im not a US citizen but i am able to travel there (and it will be soon) i can go to a best buy and get a psu to, watching over its website i found this PSU

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Corsair+...20su&cp=1&lp=2

a Corsair 500w

how good is it?
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thanks for the quick replys!

so, my PSU isnt good... i was expecting that alrready, and since im not a US citizen but i am able to travel there (and it will be soon) i can go to a best buy and get a psu to, watching over its website i found this PSU

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Corsair+...20su&cp=1&lp=2

a Corsair 500w

how good is it?
It's ok. However, there are much better for this price (and cheaper). For example, the 520W Antec High Current Gamer from Newegg is $54.99 shipped (free shipping), and it's a higher quality unit. It's not due to the wattage rating, but it's due to the internals of the PSUs.

Best Buy's selection is very limited, and their prices are way too high. For example, the updated version of the CX500 on Newegg is $62.98 after shipping. It's the same PSU, except a couple of the internals are a little better.

If you can avoid Best Buy and order from Newegg instead, then you'll spend less money.
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Get the antec 520 hcg.
It's best for the price range.

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It's ok. However, there are much better for this price (and cheaper). For example, the 520W Antec High Current Gamer from Newegg is $54.99 shipped (free shipping), and it's a higher quality unit. It's not due to the wattage rating, but it's due to the internals of the PSUs.

Best Buy's selection is very limited, and their prices are way too high. For example, the updated version of the CX500 on Newegg is $62.98 after shipping. It's the same PSU, except a couple of the internals are a little better.

If you can avoid Best Buy and order from Newegg instead, then you'll spend less money.
The high current gamer model is actually 10% off right now too.
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thanks for the quick replys!

so, my PSU isnt good... i was expecting that alrready, and since im not a US citizen but i am able to travel there (and it will be soon) i can go to a best buy and get a psu to, watching over its website i found this PSU

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Corsair+...20su&cp=1&lp=2

a Corsair 500w

how good is it?
Hold on there... if ANYTHING, do not buy from Best buy. Newegg is just... the place to go. 100%. They have the most incredible customer service. You basically call them up (if your item is defective) and get a replacement for no additional charges. No shipping charges (to send the broken one back or receive the new one), no restocking fees... nothing. I've unfortunately had to send back a bunch of things to them but they've been nothing but wonderful to deal with.

I wrote the below comment before I saw your reply.

===========

I'm using a 550W PSU (for a 570 overclocked) which is rated a bit better than yours -- 384W and 32A on 12V rails combined, 534W for everything together -- and its working great under testing. The Geforce 570 card recommends 36A on the 12V rail and again mine only provides 384/12 = 32A.

On Nvidias website it says your card, the 560Ti, uses 170W and they recommend a 500W PSU. So what does that mean? It means your cutting it pretty close, but so am I, and I'm getting full performance out of my entire system. I think your OK and Antec makes great PSUs so you shouldn't have it crapping out.

Understand that I'm not just looking at the wattage and saying YEP ITS ENOUGH.... the amps are harder to come by and more relevant for gaming. Regardless, I think you have enough. 170W/12V = 14.2A and you have 25 (300/12 = 25). Again, its still cutting it close, but its not like its a "no way in hell will that work situation.

Please don't be one of those people that buys a 1000W PSU to power one freaking card. Some people just waste their money so they can feel better, its just ridiculous and stupid. Look at the amperage, calculate it out, and get what you NEED (unless you want to upgrade in the future).

Check this out here for some more help: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...er,2122-6.html.

If you don't feel comfortable with what you have, 550W with high current output (35A) would be plenty.
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Hold on there... if ANYTHING, do not buy from Best buy. Newegg is just... the place to go. 100%. They have the most incredible customer service. You basically call them up (if your item is defective) and get a replacement for no additional charges. No shipping charges (to send the broken one back or receive the new one), no restocking fees... nothing. I've unfortunately had to send back a bunch of things to them but they've been nothing but wonderful to deal with.

I wrote the below comment before I saw your reply.

===========

I'm using a 550W PSU (for a 570 overclocked) which is rated a bit better than yours -- 384W and 32A on 12V rails combined, 534W for everything together -- and its working great under testing. The Geforce 570 card recommends 36A on the 12V rail and again mine only provides 384/12 = 32A.

On Nvidias website it says your card, the 560Ti, uses 170W and they recommend a 500W PSU. So what does that mean? It means your cutting it pretty close, but so am I, and I'm getting full performance out of my entire system. I think your OK and Antec makes great PSUs so you shouldn't have it crapping out.

Understand that I'm not just looking at the wattage and saying YEP ITS ENOUGH.... the amps are harder to come by and more relevant for gaming. Regardless, I think you have enough. 170W/12V = 14.2A and you have 25 (300/12 = 25). Again, its still cutting it close, but its not like its a "no way in hell will that work situation.

Please don't be one of those people that buys a 1000W PSU to power one freaking card. Some people just waste their money so they can feel better, its just ridiculous and stupid. Look at the amperage, calculate it out, and get what you NEED (unless you want to upgrade in the future).

Check this out here for some more help: http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...er,2122-6.html.

If you don't feel comfortable with what you have, 550W with high current output (35A) would be plenty.
Yeah...i would really like to be able to buy from newegg, but im not a U.S citizen, i investigated before if i could buy from outside of U.S it and send the product of a family member adress, but the source of the payment (credit card, paypal..) must be registered with an U.S adress, but i am from mexico (yeah, that explains my bad english, lol) so im not able to buy from newegg... if it is a way to buy outside of the country i would like to know how anyways, bestbuys and some other local stores is the only way to buy for me...

Another thing...so you say is ok for me to use the gtx 560ti and i barely make it, am i exposing the GPU or the entire PC to harm itself from a voltage issue? or the GPU work properly for less time?

If this works, this is my current PC specs:

W7
AMD Athlon X4 2.9 Ghz
2GB DDR2 (single slot)
500GB HDD
DVD RW
Nvidia 9800GT (green edition)

Oh and last question.. would i have any problems with power conectors? ive read that it needs a 6pin power conectors, it cames included on the box?

Thanks all for the replies!
Edited by DamianDarko - 7/24/11 at 11:44pm
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If shopping from Best Buy is really your only option, then just get the CX500 and be done with it. It is still a significantly better power supply than what you have now, and it should last you a very long time.

Regarding connectors: the PSU has what you need.
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Yeah...i would really like to be able to buy from newegg, but im not a U.S citizen, i investigated before if i could buy from outside of U.S it and send the product of a family member adress, but the source of the payment (credit card, paypal..) must be registered with an U.S adress, but i am from mexico (yeah, that explains my bad english, lol) so im not able to buy from newegg... if it is a way to buy outside of the country i would like to know how anyways, bestbuys and some other local stores is the only way to buy for me...

Another thing...so you say is ok for me to use the gtx 560ti and i barely make it, am i exposing the GPU or the entire PC to harm itself from a voltage issue? or the GPU work properly for less time?

Oh and last question.. would i have any problems with power conectors? ive read that it needs a 6pin power conectors, it cames included on the box?

Thanks all for the replies!
re: newegg... oh my bad, I forgot that some people can't buy from there. Bummer...

As for exposing the PC to harm, no, you won't (just make sure the PSU has over current and over voltage protections, you want that in any case). It may mean the PSU lasts less time, but I have no way of knowing how much life you'd lose from the PSU and I'm not qualified to answer that. Could be just a little though.... for that, you can call Antec and ask... but regardless, the PSU will come with a warranty (I think 3 or 5 years). My old old Antec died after 2 years and I was sent a replacement no charge. In times like that though, I've learned its good to have a backup PSU.

I believe the 560Ti needs 2x 6-pin PCI-e connectors right? Be sure the PSU can support that, just read the description... it might say 2x 6+2 pin PCI-e connectors; these are fine, they can be used either in 8 pin connections or 6 pin connections. My Antec has 1 PCI-e 6-pin connector directly wired into it, as well as one 6-pin modular connection on the PSU. The PCI-e connections on a modular PSU are usually colored in red.

When in doubt call the manufacturer and ask them if the PSU has the appropriate connections / power for your graphics card/system.
    
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Even if a PSU doesn't have enough PCI-E connectors, the ugly molex adapters can still be used.
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