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Originally Posted by NickOOOShea;15404386 
That's funny, I was comparing the exact same three about an hour ago, and that was going to be what I probably would purchase... and then I was considering the overhead I could get for the same price, so I came on here to ask... So yeah, if any of those 3 would work, that would be great... just one more question, as I found this psu and was slightly interested. Would you recommend this one? I saw it was antec, so yeah...
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371024


It would work, but its slightly less efficient than the ones I listed. Just go with one of those 3 750 watts, there's plenty of over head. The absolute max your system could draw is about 650, so 750 is more than enough smile.gif
    
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Oh really? That's awesome! Just letting you know, I was hoping to overclock my cpu a good deal, as well as my two graphics cards... I don't know how much of a difference that makes.
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That's accounted for, you'll be just fine with a 750watt, plenty of over head and you're not going to be overloading it at all, have no worries, order with confidence wink.gif
    
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Yeah, DO NOT get Rosewill, my friends burnt up and almost fried some of his components on his PC.
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Awesome, thanks a lot! I think I'm going to go with the Antec High Current you suggested, I've heard great things about that psu! Thanks again!
post #26 of 27
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Originally Posted by NateN34;15404433 
Yeah, DO NOT get Rosewill, my friends burnt up and almost fried some of his components on his PC.

FFS, the anti-rosewill circlejerk in here is so god damned stupid.

The rosewill hive series and green series are not only good power supplies, they are in the OFFICIAL OCN RECOMMENDED POWER SUPPLY LIST i.e. the list made by people who know a lot more than the people in this thread apparently do.

rosewill RG 630, hive 650, or rg 700 will cover your rig easily and won't cost 100+ dollars like some of the other inane suggestions in this thread

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182191
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post #27 of 27
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Originally Posted by NickOOOShea;15404435 
Awesome, thanks a lot! I think I'm going to go with the Antec High Current you suggested, I've heard great things about that psu! Thanks again!
Ignore the Corsair apostolic movement in this thread and Rosewill group sodomy, most people in this thread can't tell a mosfet from an inductor, much less a good PSU from trash;)

Read this post on Rosewill units to clear the misconceptions.

Can you buy from microcenter or are you stuck to newegg?
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