What wattage Power Supply do you have?

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Anonymous

Running my e3-1235 with 350w 350TE-WX 80+ run quiet and perfectly

Ykai
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400W ocz stealth extreme :P It works fine for my rig.

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Anonymous

Corsair Professional series AX1200

Anonymous

Corsair TX950W PSU

Looks like there aren't many using 900W+ PSUs.

Anonymous

I'm using a Corsair HX 850W PSU

Anonymous

I'm running a CORSAIR Professional Series AX1200 1200W

CRAZY-MEDZ
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i use xfx 850 watt power supply

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Anonymous

450 watts. I see that this is pretty much a big mistake if I want to upgrade my graphics card.

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I'm a Seasonic man myself.

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250w.
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My system is long in the teeth, but I am running an Ultra X-finity 500w PSU.

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Anonymous

I'm wishing to upgrade eventually to SLI NVidia 580GTX or Crossfire AMD HD 6970 (haven't decided yet) and currently use a Corsair HX 1000W PSU which I'm sure is more than enough for this - certainly enough for my current set up.

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Ultra Products X2 1000W modular P/S
Lifetime warranty too! Running with it for nearly 4 years now.

Anonymous

Silverstone Strider 1500 Watts all the way, baby!

Anonymous

That is a good power supply. Me personally, even though the Strider is an awesome PSU, I would pick the Corsair AX1200. Even though it doesn't have 1500 watts, it is 80 Plus Gold AND it can deliver 100.4 AMPs on a single 12V Rail. Now that is some SERIOUS business.

Anonymous

Antec EarthWatts 650W PSU - 80Plus Certified 12cm Fan 3x 12V Rails
Great for £67

Anonymous

I really need help.
Thermaltake W0319RU-850W with Next generation four +12V rails or...
Corsair HX850W with Single +12V rail.
Im still waiting for the new Radeon 6990 or the "old" 5970.
I will not crossfire.
Thanks in advance.

Anonymous

I really like Corsair's PSUs. If you can afford it, I would recommend the AX850, it is modular, and it has an 80 Plus Gold Certification.

Anonymous

Corsair TX650 - 650Watt PSU. Need to upgrade sooner or later though, but Corsair makes some of the BEST PSUs out there. Also, I built a computer for a friend and he uses the Corsair AX850, very nice PSU. Of course the AX1200 is better, but that is all he could afford for now.

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I have an HX850W psu

Jeffguy.1542
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300W :3

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Seems like most have a 700W+ PSU.

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I use Corsair HX850 PSU

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Corsair 850W TX

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Anonymous

Ultra 600w

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Ultra 600w
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I run a ATRIX 650w clear blue psu as my 600 Corsair went bang at 2am a few weeks ago it was so loud my wife heard it upstairs. Lucky it was the only thing that went so i got a cheep 650w for £30 and been fine ever since. But i will be getting the new NZXT series psu

If in doubt mod it anyway

Anonymous

Corsaire VX-450

Anonymous

I use a Enermax Modu87+ with 800 watts.
My System: Core i7 930 @ 4GHz, Rampage III Extreme, Geforce GTX280 @ 702/1468/1269 (will be replaced soon with the GTX580)

Anonymous

Gigabyte ODIN PRO 1200W

fortressmaximus
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Xigmatek 1500W powersupply

Anonymous

Corsair 650 HX

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No more than 300 watts. :)

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Anonymous

Trust 420W dual fan :P

Anonymous

Honestly, 1kW+ rigs are overkill for hoarding tech supplies. The build is needed for the absolute highest of multiple video cards and maxing out the cores while doing something else.
It's really just a marketing gimmick well over the safety req.

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My second rig had 4 x GTX 280 in SLI with a Q6600 @3.4 on air and this had a 1100w PSU as was pulling 856w when gaming

Prophet4NO1
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Everest 900watt. Been serving me well for a few years. Modular cables are great. Only oddity is a 12v 4 pin play labeled "P4" that is on it. No idea what it is for. It's part of the main bundle of cables. As in the 24 pin and two CPU power connectors. Guess it's not hurting anything. lol

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Corsair TX 850watts. does the job very well, only problem is that it isn't modular but no problem cause I do cable management like how a gay cuts a woman's hair.

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Ultra LSP 650W. was affordable and works great, has 2 6pin connectors and with my setup im eventually gonna get a Nvidia GTX 460 1GB

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corsair hx 850W - single rail ftw

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Depends on the power-supply. Normally a cheap PSU even with high-watts will be outdone by a higher-quality lower-watt PSU. Truthfully the watts are not everything IMHO. I'd factor Active PFC, Amps and Rails to be a bigger concern for most systems. For Mid-range builders I'd aim for 600watts, but having a little more can't hurt if you plan to upgrade later.

My Power Supply: SilverStone SST-ST60F PSU (600Watts)

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Antec earthwatts 800w. Better have watts to spare.

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Anonymous

430W. i5 750, GTX460, 3 HDD, 4GB of RAM.

Anonymous

i have a 700wat psu hoping to upgrade to a 1000wat psu soon

Anonymous

Got a 850W Zalman dual heatpipe cooled PSU.
Nice and quiet

Anonymous

i think its about 250 but will soon upgrade to a 850+

Anonymous

Ive got a Thermaltake 650w PSU powering an overclocked Phenom II x4 955 and an overclocked GTX 460

Screamer216
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450 watt power supply, i dont even know the brand...
maybe a "500W or less" option would be nice.

ultimadriver2
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i got 250w on my p4 and 300w on my pentium D last but not least 250 w in my p3@933mhz!

MTN Ranger
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COOLER MASTER Silent Pro M600, 600W
powers my i5-750, 4GB RAM, 1 SSD, 2 HD, ATI 5870 system.

Remember to use a power supply tester on a new psu to make sure the voltages/connectors work. Only $20 or so.

Anonymous

Corsair HX750W