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i know its a logysis psu but im not sure what W. i believe its 750,
can i get some info from ya'll if it is a good enough power supply.
i am getting a 5770 GPU and an E8400 soon and getting rid of my Q8200, i wanna know if this power supply will last me a while or if it is in need of changing.
Thanks!
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That power supply will be able to handle that setup.
The 5770 draws very little power.

However, the brand is not very good and you should consider an upgrade.
This is a terrific power supply and can hold up much better than your Logysis.
    
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i know its a logysis psu but im not sure what W. i believe its 750,
can i get some info from ya'll if it is a good enough power supply.
i am getting a 5770 GPU and an E8400 soon and getting rid of my Q8200, i wanna know if this power supply will last me a while or if it is in need of changing.
Thanks!
If you aren't planning on overclocking anything at all, then that power supply will probably be ok. However, I agree with Contagion that a higher-quality power supply is much better for your system, especially with nice components like that.
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Contagion's link is a good PSU - Anything Corsair is pretty good, and they definitely back their products. You shouldn't need that much power for that system... 750watts is way overkill even assuming it has 4 sticks of ram, blueray drive, etc..
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