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good power supply for this?

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i have a fx8120 OC to 4.4, a Asus gtx 470 OC, 2 ssd drives and 3 mechanical 7200 rpm drives right now i have a PSU Antec TRUE Power 1000, voltages seem stable but i dont like its cable layout and the plastic on the connectors seems realy brittle/breaks easy plus i dont like the cable management instead of giving each connector its own stalk they put a connector inline between two stalks which makes using all 3 a pain i cant seem to find a pic of what im talking about, so do i need a 1000 or what wattage can i still have headroom with? im looking like 150 max thanks
Edited by leo5111 - 8/24/12 at 6:09pm
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You're fine with a 650W or 750W. Even with that, you'll have enough headroom for upgrades. Don't know why you even got a 1000W to begin with...Those drives don't use much power
People these days really don't know anything about how much power a computer really takes.

-Corsair AX 650 or AX 750
-Seasonic x750
-Antec

All 3 all good.
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