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Originally Posted by Sohryu76;12476085 
you should be just fine with that PSU wattage... I'm not familiar with the raidmax in general

You souldnt say he will be fine and back up with unfimiliar with products man. Im not picking so dont take it that way. That PSU is junk and he would be lucky to get 500w out of it at best.
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Originally Posted by M0E;12476096 
The Raidmax 730w is not a good PSU. You will want to look at something better. You wont need more than 600-650w so look at a good brand. Might be able to get away with a 550w PSU.

Here are a few I suggest...

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371021
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371015
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151096
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139005

Are there any power supplies that you haven't listed that goes under $60? If not I think I will just have to wait for a promotion >.<<br /> nevermind. lol
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post #23 of 28
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Originally Posted by M0E;12476110 
You souldnt say he will be fine and back up with unfimiliar with products man. Im not picking so dont take it that way. That PSU is junk and he would be lucky to get 500w out of it at best.

I said at that wattage he would be fine... but that I was unfamilair with that brand. If that brand only puts out 500 watts... then he would not be fine.
I don't take it as picking on me, your comments about the actual brand are most helpful.

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your Power Supply is very important. If you can't spend the extra 20 bucks go to with one of the one he listed out there, you really need to re-consider your dual video card desires.
    
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Originally Posted by funky.fresh;12476135 
Are there any power supplies that you haven't listed that goes under $60? If not I think I will just have to wait for a promotion >.<<br /> nevermind. lol


In my opinion the PSU is the MOST important part of the system. I wouldnt skimp on one. Cheap isnt good. Just watch Newegg like a hawk, they run sales on good PSUs all the time. Stick to the major brands Seasonic, Antec, Corsair, SilverStone.
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Go with 2-5850's in crossfire and your set! Or just save your money and wait til the 28NM 7000's cards hit the streets! That's what I plan on doing!

I love my single 5850 card! It's a beast and over-clocks pretty decent!
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post #26 of 28
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Originally Posted by M0E;12476199 
In my opinion the PSU is the MOST important part of the system. I wouldnt skimp on one. Cheap isnt good. Just watch Newegg like a hawk, they run sales on good PSUs all the time. Stick to the major brands Seasonic, Antec, Corsair, SilverStone.

M0E is correct here. the power supply is super important. Should never be skimped on. I was looking at a Corsair til i came across the OCZ I have now, and even then I looked at many "pro" reviews, as well as feedback recieved from people who actually own the unit.
    
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post #27 of 28
Keep the 5850, going to a 6850 will be a slight downgrade.
post #28 of 28
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Originally Posted by james_ant;12475587 
I really didn't think it as that graphically xntensive. This isn't Crysis 1 all over again.

right.

i max out crysis with my 6850 @ 1920x1080. no AA.
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