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On back order. How do I order? Do I have to wait and hope it stays the same price?
ya i hope so but as the site says
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This product is available but currently we do not have stock. Order it today and we will ship when it's available.
or you can go with the Rosewill green series 630 w PSU that our dear friend Schmuckley suggested biggrin.gif
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Thank you smile.gif

Every time I see one of your posts around the forums, I know its going to be helpful. You're doing a great service for this community. thumb.gif
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Thank you smile.gif
Every time I see one of your posts around the forums, I know its going to be helpful. You're doing a great service for this community. thumb.gif
i write the line "Hope it helped thumb.gif " as its a habit now it comes naturally now rolleyes.gif
post #16 of 19
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I think I may either pick up a PSU on the OCN Marketplace (Seasonic 700W @ $70) or wait for that Antec Earthwatts to come back at NCIX for ~$53. I'd be willing to go with the Rosewill Green 630W, but the little extra headroom would be nice for crossfire either with my current card, or in the future.
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cheers.gif can you post your final config redface.gif
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Lots of folks post here with the intent to add a GPU at some nonspecific time in the future. From what I've seen, very few actually do. However, if that's part of your true goals and you are going to budget for it, then it's in your best interest to plan for it now and get a PSU that can handle two cards. If, like most, you simply want the ability to upgrade but you probably won't be doing it, then you don't need to spend extra cash on a bigger PSU.

Finding a decent PSU in the ~650W category under your budget is going to be a bit difficult. I'd concur with the recommendation for the Rosewill Green Series 630W as your best option under your budget. However, you will need to use Molex to PCI-e connectors which, in my opinion, is a less than optimal solution. If you want 4 PCI-e connectors, then you'll need to raise your budget to around $100.
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post #19 of 19
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cheers.gif can you post your final config redface.gif

Should be in my sig now smile.gif Keep in mind that this is only my planned build, not the final, all parts purchased build. Currently trying to decide on PSU, case, and heatsink.
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Lots of folks post here with the intent to add a GPU at some nonspecific time in the future. From what I've seen, very few actually do. However, if that's part of your true goals and you are going to budget for it, then it's in your best interest to plan for it now and get a PSU that can handle two cards. If, like most, you simply want the ability to upgrade but you probably won't be doing it, then you don't need to spend extra cash on a bigger PSU.
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I mean I don't think I'll throw a second card in there, at least not for a few years til this one doesn't perform well anymore. By that point it would probably be better to just replace it. Maybe it would be better to just use one card... confused.gif
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