Originally Posted by Overclocker19
Oh, thank you so much!
But i'm going to buy a Corsair power supply!
I can't, i'm in the UK so ill be ordering off Amazon!
Thanks for that information though, really helps!
But Corsair is just a brand name; it's superficial. It means about as much as the color of the paint on the power supply.
This is just the way it is with power supplies.
Can you order from Scan.co.uk or eBuyer.com? I want to put together a list of power supplies, but in order to do that I need to use a site that has a power supplies section (unlike Amazon).
Now, even though you cannot order from Newegg, here are all of the PSUs in Newegg's inventory between 600W and 800W that have at least six 6-pin PCI-E cables: link This can be helpful in selecting a PSU in the UK because inventories are rather similar. Also, and again, a quality 650W power supply would be plenty.
However, I will tell you that even if a PSU does not have enough PCI-E cables (like say if it only has 4), then you can still use those Molex to PCI-E adapters even though they are unpleasant to look at. It takes two Molex power cables to be converted into one PCI-E cable. So, these adapters have two female Molex connectors going into one male PCI-E connector.
Also, here is a thread that is a list of several quality-made power supplies: