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Whatever you do, don't get the Corsair TX650, get the TX650V2. That said, the Antec TP-650 you also mentioned is a far better value.

More importantly though: a system based around a Core i5 2500K and a Radeon 6850 would run perfectly well on a good 400W unit, so my suggestion is for you to look into this unit: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817371029
 

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Thanks for the help, I might cross fire 2 6850s in the future, will the antec be able to handle the two gpus?
 

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Originally Posted by Shub;13085730
Whatever you do, don't get the Corsair TX650, get the TX650V2. That said, the Antec TP-650 you also mentioned is a far better value.

More importantly though: a system based around a Core i5 2500K and a Radeon 6850 would run perfectly well on a good 400W unit, so my suggestion is for you to look into this unit: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371029
any particular reason not to get the tx650? i see the review on newegg it's pretty good.
 

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any particular reason not to get the tx650? i see the review on newegg it's pretty good.
It's several years old and was recently superseded by the TX650V2, which is excellent. I'm not saying the old TX650 is bad, just that it's outdated, not to mentioned overpriced considering its competition.
 

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It's several years old and was recently superseded by the TX650V2, which is excellent. I'm not saying the old TX650 is bad, just that it's outdated, not to mentioned overpriced considering its competition.
oh ic
 
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