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So I'm supposed to buy a PSU for another computer, but instead I might upgrade mine and toss my old one in there.

I bought this before I kinda didn't know much about computers and was like omg 850watt!!

So, my budget is 150$ newegg is a must, and I want a quality one, I know that Seasonic makes Corsair PSUs and I know they're good, but how about Silverstone?

This one specifically http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817256045

Any input is much appreciated.

Thanks.

Bought the Corsair 620 modular and whooh - Very nice PSU!
 

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A big issue with silverstone PSUs is the lack of any sort of power switch.

I don't really see that as a con, how about quality? Are they good?

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Yeah i would just go with the corasir 600w modular. Never go cheap on your power supply you will regret it

Who's going cheap? 150$ is a nice budget >_>. I'm asking if this is a good brand.
 

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ST series is bit different than DA and OP series but should be fine. GXT260 is a 182w GPU and 8600GT draws 45w so it has plenty power. The Corsair 620hx should be fine. Also, take a look at the DA700/750.
I'm sure they'll have pleanty of power, it's just I'm unsure which one. I'm leaning towards the Corsair one though :<
 
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