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I'm putting together my first HTPC build for my aunt and I have no idea what PSu to get. Obviously it doesn't need a high end 400+ watt supply or anything, I'm planning to use the Intel HD 2000 integrated gpu.

But I don't know which brand of low end PSUs are reliable. Are there any modular 350 watts out there?

Reps for suggestions!
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817371033

Pretty sweet deal with the rebates.

There aren't many (if any) good <500w modular units that are around.
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817371033

Pretty sweet deal with the rebates.

There aren't many (if any) good <500w modular units that are around.
Ooh, that looks good. So few below 500w are 80 plus certified and I haven't found any that are modular... which would be nice for a tiny htpc case...

But thanks for the link!
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