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PLEASE get a enermax, seasonic, antec or corsair PSU! dont get a cheap psu, since it can kill your components
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drop the 1090t down to a 1055t and get a better power supply. the gray xfx 650 is 85 now which is a good unit
I did that and for PSU i went with OCZ Stealthxstream 700w
    
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Your rig uses about 300watts of power so a 700watt power supply is not needed. Quality>wattage. It is better to get a better quality power supply then one with greater wattage that you do not need. The OCZ Stealthxstream 700w isn't the greatest power supply out there. There a lot more better options. If your not going to go cross fire a 400watt power supply is all you need. If you plan on going crossfire later on then a 650watt quality power supply is more than enough. 2X5770's with the whole rig use about 550watts of power.
+1 for getting the 1055t but you already did that.
    
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Your rig uses about 300watts of power so a 700watt power supply is not needed. Quality>wattage. It is better to get a better quality power supply then one with greater wattage that you do not need. The OCZ Stealthxstream 700w isn't the greatest power supply out there. There a lot more better options. If your not going to go cross fire a 400watt power supply is all you need. If you plan on going crossfire later on then a 650watt quality power supply is more than enough. 2X5770's with the whole rig use about 550watts of power.
+1 for getting the 1055t but you already did that.
you reccomend me something for 400W or even 450$
    
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Your rig uses about 300watts of power so a 700watt power supply is not needed. Quality>wattage. It is better to get a better quality power supply then one with greater wattage that you do not need. The OCZ Stealthxstream 700w isn't the greatest power supply out there. There a lot more better options. If your not going to go cross fire a 400watt power supply is all you need. If you plan on going crossfire later on then a 650watt quality power supply is more than enough. 2X5770's with the whole rig use about 550watts of power.
+1 for getting the 1055t but you already did that.
how a bout this corsair will that be cool http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817139005
    
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Also, what type of editing will you be doing? A faster hard drive such as a Caviar black or Samsung F3 like the one I have will work wonders when it comes to rendering, especially 2 in Raid0. Best thing is that they're cheap compared to SSD's.
since i bought master suite a couple of month's ago and i ended up going with 1 caviar black 4 nao and my brother's friend gave me a samsung ssd 64 gb is that usable any part like for booting at least
    
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post #16 of 19
the psu u have is POS, its gona stop working in 2-3 months, then u gota buy a new psu.. or worse new parts after it trakes some with it.
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how a bout this corsair will that be cool http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817139005
yes
this is a good psu
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Def don't go with caviar blue. Go black. Psu as everyone said and nice heatsink.
For editing you may wanna shoot for raid setup
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Switch that 5770 for a GTX 460. MUCH faster.
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