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Old January 19, 2013, 11:23 PM
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Yeah maybe its too risky to buy the graphic card now
so what do u suggest for the psi i should buy then what graphic card?
Maybe i will save some money first before buy all the components :)
If you give me a link that you can buy a power supply from, I'll pick you a good'en :)
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Old January 20, 2013, 12:15 AM
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If you give me a link that you can buy a power supply from, I'll pick you a good'en :)

Maybe u can search it here Bhinneka No. 1 Computer Webstore in Indonesia, Toko Komputer Online
buy please choose the cheapest one that fits :)
so i musnt save too much money to buy the graphic card :)

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Or u can give me names and i will ask the local store :)

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Old January 20, 2013, 02:00 AM
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Jual THERMALTAKE LitePower 600W [W0355RE] - Power Supply 600w - 1000w - Harga, Spesifikasi, dan Review

Jual COOLER MASTER Extreme Power Plus 500W Regular [RS500-PCARA3-EU] - Power Supply Below 600w - Harga, Spesifikasi, dan Review

I'd recommend something like these, it fits within your budget and will power any GPU you throw at it. :) even a 6750
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I am not familiar with the vs line of power supplies from corsair, but they are generally very good as a brand. This is the cheapest one I would recommend for you.

Jual CORSAIR VS Series [CP-9020050-EU] - Power Supply Below 600w - Harga, Spesifikasi, dan Review
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The only problem is those PSU's are far from the best for the money out there.

VS Series I believe is the Builder series equiv over here , with it only reconfigured to run on 230v exclusively instead of auto sense V control.


Jual SEASONIC Power Supply [S12II-520] - Power Supply Below 600w - Harga, Spesifikasi, dan Review

That is the one I would go with,

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^^^that would be the one I would pick for my own comp as well. That said I know money is tight, and the Corsair one I linked is still very good and would suffice (but the seasonic is likely a bit better still).
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I would definitely do the Seasonic.

Considering the OP just wants his games to run relatively smoothly I would opt out of an SSD. Yes, of course they are nice, but very few of the people I know in real life are actually running them yet until the prices/size come to a better place.

The OP could upgrade the video card in his machine, but it is very likely his POS PSU could just tank and take out everything else.

The Seasonic PSU will last for years, and even a second hand GTX260 would work well in his system.
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^^^that would be the one I would pick for my own comp as well. That said I know money is tight, and the Corsair one I linked is still very good and would suffice (but the seasonic is likely a bit better still).
Nothing wrong with the one you linked either, it is all about budget. Either will work fine :)

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I know it is double you budget, but putting an HD 7750 in there would not require a power supply upgrade and you'd get a major major boost in games.

SSD's are a waste of money.
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How about this combination?

Corsair VS450
Digital Alliance 5670 2GB
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