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Hi guys i recently picked up a set of 260's cheap and I need a new power supply to power them, can anyone recommend me a mid price power supply that would be adequate and has 4 6 pin connectors as i don't want to be messing round with molex connectors.

thanks in advance ryan
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I would look into some of corsair's PSU's or even Coolermaster. Both great companies with great pricing. I'm not sure how much wattage is needed for two of those though.
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Seasonic.
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Seconding seasonic, but for a reasonable price also recommending corsair tx750 v2 (only 90 bucks after rebate on the egg) and i think i saw my sig psu for like 110 at ncix which is a steal

Edit: check ocn marketplace online deals
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Originally Posted by FlamingMidget View Post
I would look into some of corsair's PSU's or even Coolermaster. Both great companies with great pricing. I'm not sure how much wattage is needed for two of those though.
About 650W from a quality unit, where are you buying from and what is your budget?
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