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djnocide December 11, 2007 02:52 PM

changing psu?
 
with an asus p5kc
intel e6750 (no oc, but planing to oc it to 3ghz)
2ghz crucial ballistix tracer 800 mhz
evga 8800gt superclocked
1 seagate barracuda 250gig
1 seagate barracuda 500gig
thermalright ultra 120 heatsink with antec tricool 120mm fan
thermaltake duorb
and the nzxt nemesis elite gaming case
how much power do i need?
i have an antec earthwatt 500w
p.s. i don't have the 8800gt, crucial ballistix and the two heatsink but ill buy them soon.
i have an evga 7900gs oc and 2gig corsair xtwin 667mhz
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Kopi December 11, 2007 04:33 PM

As many power supply reviews show you could get away with 500watts. I would suggest a high end 550 like a Corsair or a 550-600watt like a Silverstone or the like to be safe and future proofed.

Theblackmages December 12, 2007 09:24 AM

My system is similar , except i have less drives.I bought a 600watt OCZ stealthxstream.You should get something like that, since you have 4 +12v @ 18 amp rails. good for future upgrades.the corsair HX520 is nice too.

djnocide December 12, 2007 06:58 PM

What's the difference in OCZ PSUs (evostream,GameXstream,etc)?

werty316 December 12, 2007 07:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by djnocide (Post 30092)
What's the difference in OCZ PSUs (evostream,GameXstream,etc)?

Different model correspond to the different class of PSU OCZ has. Pro, Game and Stream are their "performance" non-modular PSUs while the ModXstream and Evostream are their performance modular PSUs.

You can see OCZ's full PSU lineup here: OCZ Technology | Products | Power Management


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