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post #11 of 16
definatly not. even if it was, you wouldnt want something as simply as that to bog down your system.
    
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400 watt is minimum but get a 500 watt, brand name to be sure, if go for a higher price the psu will last longer and will turn on every time, antec is a good company and 550 watt is good so yeah
    
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post #13 of 16
350W would be fine with that system if you didn't overclock much. I don't know much about who Nexus gets their power supplies from, look into that.
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ok, thanks for the quick replies

yeh that gigabyte mobo seems to be the cheapest one I can find with p35 chipset.

well another question

I find 550W antec true power 2.0 atx, is that enough? it's not 80+....
That Antec will be fine. Go for it.
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post #15 of 16
350 is definitely not enough. As stated you will probably need at least 550W
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the antec power supply is quite loud. I got idea of changing the fans 2x80 to noctuas more silent ones. is this a stupid idea in the beginning? I don't find specs for the orginal coolers, only the dB specs but not airflow, so I dunno if the noctua fans are gonna be powerful enough to keep the power supply cool or will I fry my whole comp with this mod
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