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Change PSU or not

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My config:
960T x6 @3.7GHz
HD 6850 MoBo: GA-MA-785GT-UD3H
4xDDR3
2xHDD
1xSSD
4xUSB
1xDVD/RW
3x fan 12 cm
2xPCI
Now i have Corsair CX 400W.PSU is good but now i change processor, GPU, like up you see


I use PSU power calc:
http://i1212.photobucket.com/albums/cc456/gre_gre/nowy%20bios%20f8/333_2.jpg
http://i1212.photobucket.com/albums/cc456/gre_gre/nowy%20bios%20f8/333_1.jpg
http://i1212.photobucket.com/albums/cc456/gre_gre/nowy%20bios%20f8/222.jpg
http://i1212.photobucket.com/albums/cc456/gre_gre/nowy%20bios%20f8/111.jpg


I want some OC CPU not extremlly, My CPU cooling is SilentiumPC Fortis HE1225 +2 12cm fans in case, silentium too.My favorites are:
1/ OCZ ZS 550W SLI135mm(long cables, chip, good efficient, one force +12V line; but imo poor qality- i see them inside)
2/ OCZ Stealthxstream 2 600W(more power but 4 +12V lines @124W every-this is imo bad and this PSU not have cert 80+, short cables)
What do you think?? One says: "change for 550-600W" others says "why do you want do this" ???
post #2 of 2
You don't need a new PSU, your CX 400 is perfectly fine for your hardware, independent of overclocks..
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