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cschmidt04

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wondering if anyone can tell me how you know witch psu is right for you hardware?
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Hi cschmidt04, welcome to Geeks.

Firstly buy a well known brand with an minimum 80 plus rating.

Every major PSU manufacturer has a calculator to find a recommended size of PSU to use, this link http://www.antec.outervision.com/ will help you, read the guide first. Fill in all the fields and then select, calculate. You do not have to buy an Antec, you can get any brand you want.

Also visit this site, http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/type/1 scroll down the page to power.
Also very good for other stuff you might want to read about.
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thanks
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