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I don't have all of this now but I eventually plan to have it:

Main Hardware
ASUS A8N-SLI Premium
AMD Athlon FX-60
OCZ XMS 2 GB dual channel ram
2xNVIDIA GeForce 7800GT or NVIDIA Geforce 7900 in the future
1x150GB 10000 RPM WD Raptor
2xCaviar 500GB 7200RPM
2xSony Dual Layer LightScribe Optical Drives
X-Fi Fatal1ty
14-in-1 Digital Media Reader
LCD Temperature Display
4xLED Blue Lights
Liquid Cooling
4xFans (not sure what type or size)

Other Peripherals:
Dell 30'' LCD Monitor
Sony SDM-HS95P 19'' LCD Monitor
Creative Gigaworks 5.1 Speakers
Logitech G15 Gaming Keyboard
Razer Copperhead Mouse
Linksys Wireless Internet USB
TV Tuner

Is a 650 watt power supply enough for all of that; I plan to have sometime in the future.
 

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plenty

how did you do this?: Secondary:
nForce4 SLI // Athlon X2 4800+ // 1 GB Ultra Low Latency RAM // NVIDIA GeForce 7800GT // 74 GB Raptor 10000RPM // Creative X-Fi Fatal1ty // 650W Alienware PSU
Cost me $200
 

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Originally Posted by bwomp969

plenty

how did you do this?: Secondary:
nForce4 SLI // Athlon X2 4800+ // 1 GB Ultra Low Latency RAM // NVIDIA GeForce 7800GT // 74 GB Raptor 10000RPM // Creative X-Fi Fatal1ty // 650W Alienware PSU
Cost me $200

Are you asking how I got it for $200?
 

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Yea, I guess a 650w PSU would cut it, depending on the rail amps...

I do recommend getting this Enermax 600w Noisetaker..Rock solid PSU's for a good price.
 

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Well, actually, I was planning on using the one that came with the computer. I'm kind of combining my secondary and primary computers, and adding some new components; sot he 650W PSU would be the Alienware one that came with the computer I bought from my friend.
 

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Originally Posted by Hyrox

Well, actually, I was planning on using the one that came with the computer. I'm kind of combining my secondary and primary computers, and adding some new components; sot he 650W PSU would be the Alienware one that came with the computer I bought from my friend.

Do you know what the amperage ratings are? I think the newer Alienware's use the PCP&C 510w PSU which maxes out at 650w if that's what your refering too... Then yea, that should cut it..
 
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