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I just picked up an asus motherboard the A8N32-SLI DELUXE with the amd 4800+ chip and 2 gigabyte NVIDIA geforce 6600gt graphic cards and I have 4 x 400gig sata drives and 4 4 16x DVD burners but no power supplies that’s where I need help what would you guys recommend thanks in advance for any help I can get
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If you intend on burning multiple disks and other tasks then I would look at a Seasonic S12-500HT 500W ATX12V 20/24 Pin V2.0 Active PFC (Power Factor Correction). For a high end system only a high end PSU will do. This PSU has been tested to be have an efficiency rating of 87% as opposed to 65% - 70% of the typical PSU. That means your computer will actually use less electricity.

Research:

http://www.vicorpower.com/documents/...active-pfc.pdf

This will help your research as well:

http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=1775

Had I not lucked out on my Akasa, this would have been my #1 choice.

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If you have that high-powered of a system, you'll probably want at least 600W, so the 600W Seasonic, the top-of-the-line FSP Group unit, or one of the units from PC Power & Cooling.
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Originally Posted by laboitenoire
If you have that high-powered of a system, you'll probably want at least 600W, so the 600W Seasonic, the top-of-the-line FSP Group unit, or one of the units from PC Power & Cooling.

thanks for your help guys just ordered the s12-600 rep points given
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4800+ A8N32-SLI DELUXE win xp home Acer AL1914 19in LCD 
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4800+ A8N32-SLI DELUXE win xp home Acer AL1914 19in LCD 
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logitech mx5000 seasanic s12 600w clear atx logitech mx5000 
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ahh... Just missed this thread! but just for kicks I'll throw in my

My first choice would be the Seasonic S12-600 so good choice on that!

other runners up:
FSP Epsilon 700w
Enermax Liberity 620w
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