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Ok:

Corsair TX750v2 (the 650w may not have enough cables for x-fire even though it has enough power)
XFX Pro 650
XFX Pro 750S

Possibly worth considering:
SilverPower SP-B700. No-one's reviewed it yet, and we don't know the OEM, their SS series models were all Seasonic units, and their discontinued S series Solytech.

Definitely not worth considering:
Any of the rest.
    
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So I will take the XFX 750S.
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I have assembled my PC, that's incredibly fast and quiet. But I've a big problem. I have 2004 cd/dvd reader, and I don't know how to connect it to the motherboard (I connected it to the floppy port and the littler to the CIMH (that I don't know what is)). I think it is all wrong, how should I connect it?
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I have assembled my PC, that's incredibly fast and quiet. But I've a big problem. I have 2004 cd/dvd reader, and I don't know how to connect it to the motherboard (I connected it to the floppy port and the littler to the CIMH (that I don't know what is)). I think it is all wrong, how should I connect it?

The LGA1155 platform does not come with IDE support. Intel considers it to be legacy. You'll have to get a SATA DVD drive, or a USB one.
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I've an USB one, but witch is the most economic SATA reader? An other question, the pre-boot takes a long time (I've the logo, then the write of the Samsung, a reboot, again the logo for about 10 seconds, and then the incredibly fast boot), what can be the problem?
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I've an USB one, but witch is the most economic SATA reader?

SATA DVD burners are very cheap right now.

If you're just looking for a basic reader/burner, try something like: http://www.amazon.it/Samsung-SH-222BB-RSMS/dp/B006ORA36O/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1343150654&sr=1-1

I know it's in USD, but I pulled up Newegg's list and found the top-rated ones: http://www.newegg.com/Store/SubCategory.aspx?SubCategory=5&Tpk=dvd%20burner&Order=RATING
You might be able to find some of these in your local country.
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An other question, the pre-boot takes a long time (I've the logo, then the write of the Samsung, a reboot, again the logo for about 10 seconds, and then the incredibly fast boot), what can be the problem?

If you haven't already, try to find a "logo display" setting in the BIOS setup and turn it off. And if you can find a "quick boot" option there too, turn it on if it's not already. I'm not sure why it would be rebooting in the middle of the POST sequence, that's very strange. Is it still doing that?
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