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A midsized ATX case PC?

M9500y HP:
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?cc=us&lc=en&dlc=en&docname=c01616194

PSU that came with the PC:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817174033

and that will power an EVGA GTX 650Ti 2GB?

Thank you!
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  1. Any standard ATX PSU will fit. I've never heard of HIPRO so I wouldn't trust it. By itself, it can power the GPU though.
  2. That psu is a standard atx12 design. Pick a known maker such as antec, corsair or seasonic, get one in the range of 450w and you should be good to go.

    Mark
  3. It says 400watt or greater minimum. The good news is that any ATX PSU will fit. (a little tight) cable wise.
  4. I would recommend the XFX 450 or 550W psu - sometimes the same price.
    -Bruce
    Edit: Do not get any psu having a voltage selector switch - very old crude design.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817207013
  5. You would be far better off getting a PSU that is a more reliable brand like Corsair or Antec.
    I would suggest this one. 500W, ATX12, 80+ Bronze and it is modular for better cable management.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139050
  6. ECaarnage said:
    You would be far better off getting a PSU that is a more reliable brand like Corsair or Antec.
    I would suggest this one. 500W, ATX12, 80+ Bronze and it is modular for better cable management.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139050


    Thanks for answering all of you!

    As for this model I had picked it but it's width is 6.3"... and I measured the inside with a ruler and it only gives me about 6".

    Is the Corsair CX430 good?
  7. Chidori457 said:
    ECaarnage said:
    You would be far better off getting a PSU that is a more reliable brand like Corsair or Antec.
    I would suggest this one. 500W, ATX12, 80+ Bronze and it is modular for better cable management.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139050


    Thanks for answering all of you!

    As for this model I had picked it but it's width is 6.3"... and I measured the inside with a ruler and it only gives me about 6".

    Is the Corsair CX430 good?

    So is this PSU to power your whole computer?
  8. CX430 not the best corsair - XFX is made by Seasonic.
    -Bruce
  9. ECaarnage said:
    Chidori457 said:
    ECaarnage said:
    You would be far better off getting a PSU that is a more reliable brand like Corsair or Antec.
    I would suggest this one. 500W, ATX12, 80+ Bronze and it is modular for better cable management.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139050


    Thanks for answering all of you!

    As for this model I had picked it but it's width is 6.3"... and I measured the inside with a ruler and it only gives me about 6".

    Is the Corsair CX430 good?

    So is this PSU to power your whole computer?


    Anonymous said:
    CX430 not the best corsair - XFX is made by Seasonic.
    -Bruce


    Yes it is to power my whole PC.

    Yeah but a family member is going to send it to me and is going to buy the parts in TigerDirect, and it's not there.

    I live in Colombia
  10. The 430 is a good supply and should be fine for what you are doing. The 650ti pulls about 100w and the 430 will give you about 330w on 12v rails, as well as adequate power on the 3.3 and 5.

    Mark
  11. markwp said:
    The 430 is a good supply and should be fine for what you are doing. The 650ti pulls about 100w and the 430 will give you about 330w on 12v rails, as well as adequate power on the 3.3 and 5.

    Mark


    Okay sounds good. But maybe just to be sure I think a CX500 would be good then.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139027

    But what does 1 x 4+4 Pin EPS 12V connector mean? My mobo is 4 years old so IDK if it is EPS 12v compatible
  12. Best answer
    Newer motherboards have an "auxiliary" motherboard power input to help with overclocking, etc. The input will be either four pins or eight pins. In order for psu manufactures to make sure their customers have what they need, they provide a four + four configuration. That way, if the m/b requires a four pin, it's there - and if it requires an eight pin, you use both four pin connectors.

    Absolutely on the cx500. If your budget can do it, it would be a better solution. It will give some headroom and keep the psu from running close to capacity (less heat - a good thing).

    Mark
  13. markwp said:
    Newer motherboards have an "auxiliary" motherboard power input to help with overclocking, etc. The input will be either four pins or eight pins. In order for psu manufactures to make sure their customers have what they need, they provide a four + four configuration. That way, if the m/b requires a four pin, it's there - and if it requires an eight pin, you use both four pin connectors.

    Absolutely on the cx500. If your budget can do it, it would be a better solution. It will give some headroom and keep the psu from running close to capacity (less heat - a good thing).

    Mark


    Thanks for the help bro!

    And to everyone else that helped too, thank you!

    -Seb
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