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I'm looking at the Seasonic 300w unit. It's just off-the-shelf parts with PowerSpec PCs, no custom crap like Dell or HP OEMs?
     
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I'm looking at the Seasonic 300w unit. It's just off-the-shelf parts with PowerSpec PCs, no custom crap like Dell or HP OEMs?

Yes.

Two cables is going to hate me doing this, but I think the corsair cx430 is equally as appropriate for this build and it's only 20 bucks after the rebate. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139026

For a build that won't even draw 300 watts, I'd use a cx430 all day long.
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K, thanks for the PSU recommendation.

Also, i just realized i basically put a GTX 580 into my dad's PC, and it's crazy to think i used to have that card, at 250 watts, while the GTX 750 Ti for similar performance is only 60 watts. 0_o indeed.


Now to get a better PSU before it explodes.
     
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Yes.

Two cables is going to hate me doing this, but I think the corsair cx430 is equally as appropriate for this build and it's only 20 bucks after the rebate. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139026

For a build that won't even draw 300 watts, I'd use a cx430 all day long.

 

Whatever costs the least amount of money. The CX430 is probably inferior to those SeaSonic PSUs, but hey, at least it's not that junker HEC unit.

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DAD: "Hi geeksquad, I want a computer that can play modern PC games." thinking.gif

Geeksquad: "Here is an Amd A4. GOODLUCK LOL." wackosmiley.gif
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DAD: "Hi geeksquad, I want a computer that can play modern PC games." thinking.gif

Geeksquad: "Here is an Amd A4. GOODLUCK LOL." wackosmiley.gif

Even better is that its a mobile variant.
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Whatever costs the least amount of money. The CX430 is probably inferior to those SeaSonic PSUs, but hey, at least it's not that junker HEC unit.

Agreed.
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post #28 of 29
just take it back with the view on shouting loud in the shop on what they do such as laptop parts and crap in desktop builds - im sure they will change or refund before you even get that far thumb.gif
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Heh, I remember I worked for a small recording studio, I was unavailable to serice the DAW one week and bestbuys geeksquad guys ended up stealing a ****load of RAM and all of the redundant HDD's out of the machine ( the psu going bad so the lighter load helped ). The day we took it back in to show what was missing one of the kids had to go home to get our parts.

They settled out of court with our studio for a couple hundred thousand! Cant trust bestbuy noobs.

This is also like 6 years ago.
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