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Hi, I'm going to be building a Quad core system at some point in the next couple of months, and wondered what PSU should I get?

It's going to be based around a Q6600, with a 320Mb 8800GTS, 2 SATA HDDs, 2 SATA Optical Drives, 2Gb of RAM and a standard mobo.

Would the OCZ StealthXStream 600W provide sufficient, and stable enough power to overclock the system at all? It will be in an Akasa Zen Case, with an Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro cooler on the CPU. Thanks.
 

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Yes, look at my PSU.

Although that is with a single GTX, when my 2nd arrives i'll get something else.
 

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I just found that PS for about 45 pounds over there the other day for a member.
A single vid card... it should be fine.
It has the 4 and 8 pin for the MB and 3x18a, 12v+ rails
3 SATA power connections so you'll likely need one adapter.

Here it is

46 and 54 w/VAT
http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/127861/rb/0
 

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I just found that PS for about 45 pounds over there the other day for a member.
A single vid card... it should be fine.
It has the 4 and 8 pin for the MB and 3x18a, 12v+ rails
3 SATA power connections so you'll likely need one adapter.

Here it is

46 and 54 w/VAT
http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/127861/rb/0

That's where I was looking. Thanks guys. I don't really want to spend £100 on a PSU if I can get one that's stable for half that. Cheers.
 
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