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ok so ive looked into some new PSU's and the only ones around my area in my price range are

OCZ 450watt Modstream
Zalman 400Watt Power Supply
Antec 500 watt NeoHE v2.2 ATX
Thermaltake PurePower 430W single +12v rail v1.1 ATX (leaning towards this one being the cheapest even though it has only 1 +12v rail not 2)
which one would you guys recommend
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post #2 of 6
well, around that price range not too much is good. But OCZ makes some OK PSUs, probably better than the rest of those, but that's not saying much.
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post #3 of 6
Go with OCZ. Great company...great warranty and it's modular / dressed wires

As long as you're not plannin on hittin up SLi.... giver with that

Keep us posted
    
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post #4 of 6
I'd say it's between the Antec and the OCZ. The OCZ is a nice modular PSU that will power your specs well. The Antec is a beefer PSU that will give you room to grow in.

btw, please don't create new threads to answer another thread.
    
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Originally Posted by Distraught_Youth View Post
Go with OCZ. Great company...great warranty and it's modular / dressed wires

As long as you're not plannin on hittin up SLi.... giver with that

Keep us posted
nah i dont expect to upgrade to sli im still on AGP
cant afford newer stuff lol
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post #6 of 6
So the OCZ will give you more than enough power. Plus...it looks AMAZING

I love my Modstream 520
    
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