What wattage Power Supply do you have?

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Anonymous

500w Nothing special

BUCK3TM4N
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750 corsair i like it

RustySeatbelt
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It's cheap and blows glue...I mean glows blue...it powers up my AMD Phenom 955 and EVGA nVidia GTX 260...it's none other than the Rosewill 650W supplier of Power!

CommodoreDelights64
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Rosewill might be cheap, but over all like Tigerdirect's house brand ULTRA, they make both make some decent products for the money. I have a bunch of Rosewill case fans in my systems, and a Rosewill Mouse for my laptop, and some Rosewill card readers, and an ULTRA LSP650 650watt PSU in my main system, and all this stuff works really well. just go out, and get an ULTRA LSP750/800watt PSU, be happy, and done with it, and keep the extra money in your wallet. :)

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Duel power supply Hiper 800W paired with a Coolmax 500w

A Life? Cool! Where can I download one of those from?

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850W from ThermalTake, love it

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CaptainYouPlanet
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I have a Corsair HX1000W power supply. It's a nice PSU, but the SATA power cables are too short and don't have enough distance between each connector. I have two HDDs and two optical drives in my system, and I would prefer if I could power all four using a single four-connector power cable while still being able to hide it well.

i7 2600k | 8GB RAM | eVGA GTX 460 1GB | 640GB HDD | Corsair HX1000 | CM690 II Adv. | Windows 7 64-bit

Delusion77
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Running the Corsair HX1000. I would swap it out for the AX850 if i had the cash (this thing is OP for my system)

RickyTick
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Corsair 620HX
Modular FTW.