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Thanks for all the replies, people!!
    
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Corsair HX520 is your best pick. Modular, plenty power, and quiet. I have two and I love them.

OT: imapwnu: sorry to disappoint you, but ... no. There are better PSUs than yours. Corsair HX1000, Silverstone OP1000, Silverstone Zeus 1200W (either modular or not...) are all PSUs I'd pick over the PC Power & Cooling. Good, for sure, even excellent, but the best. Nope. About #4 or #5 on my rankings
    
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