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I need to get a new Psu for my comp, I'm running a p4 2.4, 2 hd's and one dvd rom, 2gb of ram, and a 7600 gs 512mb agp, and a few exra fans. what a good psu to but without breaking the bank.
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Are you planning on any upgrades or going SLi in the near future? If so you may want to extend a bit and get something that is a bit more overkill for the moment but will do nicely later on.

Also, define "breaking the bank"...also, can you give a little more info on that mobo...I'm wondering if it is 20 or 24 pin.

Sunbeam Nuuo 550W
On the Nuuo it is a 20/24 connector so no worries.
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WD 320GB Caviar Vista Ulimate 64 Asus VK278Q Black 27" Saitek Eclipse II 
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PC P&C 750W None...hangs on the wall MX518 
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well iwanting to spend around 50-70 bucks, i do plan on upgrading in the future but i will just build a new system, and keep this one to mess around on. I'm not sure if its 20 or 24, i'm going to take it out tomm and go to compuse and see what i can do. i just need some help on wattage and brands.
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