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opinion on this specs please :)

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I don't know much about computers but i googled a bit and came up with this:

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...do you think that would be ok? :)
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Hi Mark. Everything looks fine except the power supply. A 9600GT though not an 8800GTX or 3870X2 is still going to draw some power on the +12v so I would like to see you get a 450W (but no need to go over 550-600W but 450W-550 will be good) with a good single strong +12v rail made by a quality vendor like Corsair or PC & Power Cooling, or Antec. The reason for 450W would be to give yourself some headroom for possibly adding a few more more components to your system later. Other than that it looks good :)
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