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If you want a mid level 1000w PSU the one in my sig rig works great. You just missed the $20 off sale though.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-188-_-Product
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So what's wrong with the HX850 in your sig? Better choice than a mid-level 1000W I think.
This.

Even the HX650 or HX750 would power this rig, and all 3 of these HX series (that is, including the HX850) crush the Silent Pro M.
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A good 650W would be more than enough for your computer even with the upgrades you're planning on doing. If you already have the HX850 in your signature, it would be a total waste to replace it.
Lots of people are under the impression that water cooling takes a lot of power It really doesn't! A pump and a few fans aren't going to make your roof fly off. And it may even decrease the power consumption of your CPU and/or GPU if it keeps them cooler.
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So what's wrong with the HX850 in your sig? Better choice than a mid-level 1000W I think.
So I ended up ordering that HX850 that's why I put it in the sig. Got a decent deal at newegg, and it seems that it is a good supply and more than sufficient. thanks for the help!!!
    
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