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850w modular PSU for 109$? http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product...82E16817207001

I love mine.

I'd also look at getting this case http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product...82E16811147153
same price as the one you listed and the write up on Tom's hardware gave this case some good ratings.
http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/...sion,2723.html
+1 for this PSU, I was really close to getting it, but it didn't match my case colors =D
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+1 for this PSU, I was really close to getting it, but it didn't match my case colors =D
I didnt mind the fan mounts on the bottom so I couldnt see the bright green. And I used some black car paint to touch up the green modular plugs LOL. The new edition ones are 100% black, but not as cheap as the green monster. lol
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I personally don't know about the SLI hack, I just know people often use it, you might want to do some research on that.

But also, definitely try to get a modular power supply if your budget allows it, I regret not getting one, it makes cable management a helluva lot easier.
the sli hack is garbage. it performs not even half as well as true sli. get a board that natively supports sli.

rest of your selection looks great. but if i were you i would be patient and wait for newegg to have some open box deals on gtx 460s you can definately get that card cheaper. just gotta be patient.
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the sli hack is garbage. it performs not even half as well as true sli. get a board that natively supports sli.

rest of your selection looks great. but if i were you i would be patient and wait for newegg to have some open box deals on gtx 460s you can definately get that card cheaper. just gotta be patient.
well thats the thing i never see good open box on newegg.ca we even have less deals than the .com funny thing is are $ is worth the same i hate the fact that the .com site is always 10-20 $ cheaper
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+1 for this PSU, I was really close to getting it, but it didn't match my case colors =D
i hear alot of people talking bad about this psu, and they needed to return it after a month or so because of the noise it made, so yes the rebate is nice but if i need to pay for a rma well there goes my rebate
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