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I'm currently building a computer for a friend of mine, and I need some advice on what exact wattage would be needed for the build and the best value (under $75 / £50) non-modular PSU you recommend.

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AMD FX-6300 O.C. (w. CM 212 Evo)
AMD Radeon HD 7950 O.C.
2x HDDs / 1x Drives / 1x SSD / 3x 120mm fans / 2x 220mm fans
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and PCI WiFi card.

I was currently looking at the EVGA 600D.
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post #2 of 9
XFX Core Edition 550W. Or Antec High Current Gamer 520W if those are still around and actually at that price in the UK.

EVGA 600B (or 500B if the overclocks aren't crazy) is indeed a budget product in all the ways. It could be a reasonable enough choice, but the above two are somewhat better.

I guess there's also the Be Quiet! System Power S7 line, which is also not stellar but not poor.

If you go heavy with overclocks and stress everything hard, you could be looking at needing 500W or so, but that's a pretty contrived scenario unless you really are setting out to burn your stuff down. If your friend is just using it to run games or just CPU-intensive stuff, then worst-case scenario power draws aren't going to happen. Also, I'm guessing that you don't want to push OCs to the limit where you're riding on the edge of instability if this is a build for someone else to use.
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XFX Core Edition 550W. Or Antec High Current Gamer 520W if those are still around and actually at that price in the UK.

EVGA 600B (or 500B if the overclocks aren't crazy) is indeed a budget product in all the ways. It could be a reasonable enough choice, but the above two are somewhat better.

I guess there's also the Be Quiet! System Power S7 line, which is also not stellar but not poor.

If you go heavy with overclocks and stress everything hard, you could be looking at needing 500W or so, but that's a pretty contrived scenario unless you really are setting out to burn your stuff down. If your friend is just using it to run games or just CPU-intensive stuff, then worst-case scenario power draws aren't going to happen. Also, I'm guessing that you don't want to push OCs to the limit where you're riding on the edge of instability if this is a build for someone else to use.

I'm looking at giving the CPU a good overclock of 4.4 to 4.7 GHz, and this build will be mostly used for gaming.
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Yeah, and no game's going to load that CPU 100% while also finding a way to max out the GPU in a way that tortures everything nonstop for hours on end.

But you may as well get the XFX Core 550W then. It's, uh, under £50:
http://www.ebuyer.com/413805-xfx-proseries-550w-power-supply-unit-core-edition-p1-550s-xxb9

It's built better than that EVGA.
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Yeah, and no game's going to load that CPU 100% while also finding a way to max out the GPU in a way that tortures everything nonstop for hours on end.

But you may as well get the XFX Core 550W then. It's, uh, under £50:
http://www.ebuyer.com/413805-xfx-proseries-550w-power-supply-unit-core-edition-p1-550s-xxb9

It's built better than that EVGA.

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what about the coolermaster VS psu series i have heard good thingd about them
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Newegg as a cute little calculator to find a recommended power supply. I suggest you check it out to get a recommendation of how much wattage you need for your system.

http://images10.newegg.com/BizIntell/tool/psucalc/

I have never had an issue with Corsair PSUs.
I would suggest this one as it should have more than enough wattage than you need for the right price:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139005
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Oh wait, are parts being bought in USA or UK? I saw a price listed in GBP, which pretty much nobody does here unless buying in UK. I mean, the conversion rate makes 50 GBP more like 80 USD now anyway.

With 75 USD in American stores you can definitely buy something better than you can at 50 GBP incl. VAT in UK.

Either way, Cooler Master VS is too expensive.
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Originally Posted by teh_kurby View Post

Newegg as a cute little calculator to find a recommended power supply. I suggest you check it out to get a recommendation of how much wattage you need for your system.

http://images10.newegg.com/BizIntell/tool/psucalc/

I have never had an issue with Corsair PSUs.
I would suggest this one as it should have more than enough wattage than you need for the right price:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139005

Only has two PCI-E cables so its a useless 650 watts PSU

Newegg calculator is useless as well
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