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What kind of power supply is best for a build with the following components:
E6600 overclocked to 2.6 (just a little =P)
4GB of Corsair DDR2 800 RAM
4 Hard drives
Asus P5B Deluxe
8800 GTS 640
2 80mm fans and 2 120mm fans at most

Thanks for allt he help guys, I was looking at the 520watt Corsair but I just wanted to make sure before I buy.
    
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2x 150 raptors in Raid 0, 3 500GB WD in storage Vista Ultimate 64 22" Sceptre Saitek Eclipse II Special Edition 
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520W Corsair is a good choice.

and please drop 2GB RAM (unless you go for Vista 64-bit). And don't get Corsair! Get G.Skill or something else that has D9's
    
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250GB WD SATA None Windows XP Pro 32-bit HP Pavilion f1703 
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post #3 of 6
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Originally Posted by Chozart View Post
520W Corsair is a good choice.

and please drop 2GB RAM (unless you go for Vista 64-bit). And don't get Corsair! Get G.Skill or something else that has D9's
I second this! (read May's issue of CPU), the corsair is a monster!

And chozart's a genius. *mmmmmwah*
    
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post #4 of 6
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Originally Posted by Chozart View Post
520W Corsair is a good choice.

and please drop 2GB RAM (unless you go for Vista 64-bit). And don't get Corsair! Get G.Skill or something else that has D9's
I use Photoshop intensely, how much RAM should I use for that? And wha are the advantage of D9's?

EDIT: Client would prefer to have 3GB just to be top of the line and for ease of future-proofing a bit. Would a kit of 2 512 sticks in dual channel and a 2x1 GB of dual channel work best?
    
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Q6600 ASUS P5k Deluxe Evga 8800 GTX 4 GB Buffalo Firestix 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
2x 150 raptors in Raid 0, 3 500GB WD in storage Vista Ultimate 64 22" Sceptre Saitek Eclipse II Special Edition 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
700watt OCZ Lian Li v2000 Anarchy Red Razer Copperhead Thermaltake Gamma Pad 
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Q6600 ASUS P5k Deluxe Evga 8800 GTX 4 GB Buffalo Firestix 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
2x 150 raptors in Raid 0, 3 500GB WD in storage Vista Ultimate 64 22" Sceptre Saitek Eclipse II Special Edition 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
700watt OCZ Lian Li v2000 Anarchy Red Razer Copperhead Thermaltake Gamma Pad 
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post #5 of 6
D9's overclock to much faster speeds with tighter timings. you should only get 2 gb's of ram because a 32-bit operating system cant detect 4gb. if you get vista 64-bit i would say 4gb is a good choice... but get g.skill HZ's. the will have hz at the end of the product number on newegg
post #6 of 6
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No overclocking on this system really so yeah..trying to keep this system budget around 1000 and thats with an ASUS p5b, e6600, 88xxx GTS 640, and a new PSU plus the RAM
    
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Q6600 ASUS P5k Deluxe Evga 8800 GTX 4 GB Buffalo Firestix 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
2x 150 raptors in Raid 0, 3 500GB WD in storage Vista Ultimate 64 22" Sceptre Saitek Eclipse II Special Edition 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
700watt OCZ Lian Li v2000 Anarchy Red Razer Copperhead Thermaltake Gamma Pad 
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Q6600 ASUS P5k Deluxe Evga 8800 GTX 4 GB Buffalo Firestix 
Hard DriveOSMonitorKeyboard
2x 150 raptors in Raid 0, 3 500GB WD in storage Vista Ultimate 64 22" Sceptre Saitek Eclipse II Special Edition 
PowerCaseMouseMouse Pad
700watt OCZ Lian Li v2000 Anarchy Red Razer Copperhead Thermaltake Gamma Pad 
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