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double checking PSU capability.

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
i needed a modular PSU to finish my sig rig project . (components in sig). Will this Antec BP550 fit the bill?
component wise i will be:

getting rid of these:
TS03 (250GB 2.5" HDD, dvd burner)
500GB HDD
OCZ ZS 650

adding these:
NZXT Sentry Mesh Fan Controller
6 NZXT 120mm Performance Case Fan FN
Corsair H60
External DVD
a usb monitor (integrating it to case using internal connections)
a second SSD
post #2 of 6
Technically yes but output quality is mediocre, efficiency is low, it's loud, and the build quality is mediocre. If you already have it and the system is just a "whatever" build then fine but I wouldn't buy it, especially not at that price.
post #3 of 6
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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post

Technically yes but output quality is mediocre, efficiency is low, it's loud, and the build quality is mediocre. If you already have it and the system is just a "whatever" build then fine but I wouldn't buy it, especially not at that price.

kk. ty, that was all i needed to cancel my order. i'm just going to keep my eye out for an HX650 or something similar. ty again!
post #4 of 6
A Corsair CX430v2 would work wonderfully. It's usually around $40-$50 and is better than the Antec in most ways except it isn't modular.
post #5 of 6
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ill check the wires of the CX430v2. to be honest it doesn't HAVE to be modular i just want it neat & manageable. The CX430v2 has 5 less wires than my current PSU. i think i'll go for it.
post #6 of 6
Thread Starter 
i'll need a pci-e y splitter
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