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WANTED - 600w - 800w PSU £50.00

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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Hi

Im currently building a new PC and looking for a PSU around 600w - 850w and no more than £50.

If you have something that you may think is suitable, please give me a heads up.

Thanks

Hannah
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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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depends alot on what you need it for i personally wouldnt buy a psu second hand but if this is suitable for your needs its new and in your budget at 700w with good reviews
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/124927
#2
There is actually also a CIT 650w Power supply GOLD 12cm 24pin sata model 650U, which is £26+ (about £30 with Super Saver P+P), however, looking at the stock count, there only appears to be 1 left in stock. From a personal point of view, It does not really matter whether it's an 800w 700w or 650w PSU, you putt in your machine, as you can comfortably run a P4 @ 2.8ghz on a 350 - 450 Watt P.S.U.
So, I should not go to crazy on the price of the PSU, as your probably better spending that money on 2 or 3 Turbo Fans if you feel your PC System requires a PSU that size.

Anyhow, here's the link to the 650w PSU on ebuyer :-) - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/255695
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MIXTRIXX2011
From a personal point of view, It does not really matter whether it's an 800w 700w or 650w PSU, you putt in your machine, as you can comfortably run a P4 @ 2.8ghz on a 350 - 450 Watt P.S.U.

Main factor really being how many drives you are going to run from it and the graphic card, also if you plan to overclock in the future I would not consider a cheap PSU as you will blow your cpu/mobo (potentially) you dont mention overclock but thought give you a headsup.

Mixtrix is right in regards to power consumption though there was alot of information I found upon the subject via google over what you would need as a base for PSU/CPU/Drive counts.

Hope it helps.

PS: Never bother with a second hand PSU its just not worth the hassle and for £50 or less you can get one new.

Edited By: Nailez on May 11, 2011 08:54
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MIXTRIXX2011
There is actually also a CIT 650w Power supply GOLD 12cm 24pin sata model 650U, which is £26+ (about £30 with Super Saver P+P), however, looking at the stock count, there only appears to be 1 left in stock. From a personal point of view, It does not really matter whether it's an 800w 700w or 650w PSU, you putt in your machine, as you can comfortably run a P4 @ 2.8ghz on a 350 - 450 Watt P.S.U.
So, I should not go to crazy on the price of the PSU, as your probably better spending that money on 2 or 3 Turbo Fans if you feel your PC System requires a PSU that size.

Anyhow, here's the link to the 650w PSU on ebuyer :-) - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/255695
the psu your suggesting is fine for bulk basic setups ive used cheap ones like this on a very mediocre setup and within a month it was running terrible id go a bit dearer and get something that is treid tested and reviewed but good find none the less
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nightstud
depends alot on what you need it for i personally wouldnt buy a psu second hand but if this is suitable for your needs its new and in your budget at 700w with good reviews
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/124927


I've got this power supply, its rock solid, never had a single problem with it (or the 500w model before that) cant knock artic power IMO!

:)
#6
May I inquire as to the specs of the PC you're going to power? A corsair CX series 430W will suffice for most mid to high-end setups.

Edited By: SgtFlash on May 11, 2011 13:08

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