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Upgrading power supply and graphics card


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JakeMS

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Sorry but I wouldn`t trust that PSU to hold a door open, here is some guidance for you http://www.10stripe....d/psu/brand.php + http://www.tomshardw...upply,2862.html and


Thanks for info, what would you recommend I buy, preferably within 40... I can go higher, but I'd prefer not to with my budget... I want at-least 600w. I've looked at your links etc, but it's kind of like rocket science to me, I love computers but I've not had time to learn about the ins and outs and how things work etc, that's kind of why I am upgrading so I can have some first hand experience with upgrading components.
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Go for the corsair phil provided a link for mate, its very good you cant afford to skimp on psu quality. If you go with the one you were looking at you can expect the same results as this youtube video presents.

Edited by spaceagecow, 29 November 2011 - 05:20 PM.

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My bad I missed that link! OK well I've seen this one then, any good? Sorry for asking questions all the time, just want to be sure :) I'd be upset if my PC broke when I'm looking forward to gaming.

http://www.ebay.co.u...=item20b5842683

I could also go for this.
http://www.ebay.co.u...#ht_1409wt_1139

Edited by JakeMS, 29 November 2011 - 05:23 PM.

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Ok with your budget in mind as near as I can get is http://www.amazon.co...2608527&sr=1-16 because of the 80% output efficiency, cost and it allows for future upgrades or http://www.amazon.co...2608862&sr=1-30 cost and it is a Corsair.
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Ok with your budget in mind as near as I can get is http://www.amazon.co...2608527&sr=1-16 because of the 80% output efficiency, cost and it allows for future upgrades or http://www.amazon.co...2608862&sr=1-30 cost and it is a Corsair.


Great! Thanks a lot for providing me these links and for answering my questions, also spaceagecow.
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