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WHAT PSU SHOULD I BUY ?


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shehanpd

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Hi,

I need to buy a PSU for my pc, Because im getting a 8800GTS 320MB. What should the "Watts" in the PSU should be?

Please note that i will not run two cards ( SLI ).

Thanks,

Shehan..
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james_8970

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Watts have little importance now, while they do have a significance Amps are equally if not a more important factor to look at as one 600W PSU doesn't equal another 600W PSU.
How much money are you willing to spend, can you give me a link to the site you'd purchase it from so I could show you?
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Try eXtreme Power Supply Calculator v2.5, here: http://www.extreme.o...ucalculator.jsp
To get the Amps you have to use the pro version. I personally like Antec PSUs.

Edited by jackflash1991, 30 August 2007 - 12:58 PM.

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