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PSU for this Build? I5 3570 non k, ASUS GTX 670 OC

Hi guys, this is my first time building a gaming pc.

CPU->Intel Core i5 3570 (Non K)
GPU->ASUS NVIDIA GeForce GTX 670 (OC Version) [Single Card] (gtx670/dc2og/2g)

MOBO->GA-Z77X-UD3H
RAM-> DDR3 8GB 1600 CORSAIR VENGEANCE 2x4Gb Black
COOLER-> Hyper 212 EVO

HDD-> Western Digital BLUE CAVIAR, 320 GB
DVD-> Asus DRW-24B5ST

CASE-> Corsair Carbide Series 200R


PD: "I do not plan to OC my CPU, neither SLI."

I just want to play BF3 (Ultra) but I don't want to risk my system or making my PSU works hard.

Only I find Thermaltake and Corsair in my country...

Any suggestions?

I'm sorry if my English is bad. Need to study more =/...
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  1. Why do you need 7 fans?

    And a quality 450W is sufficient if that is all you plan on working with. Get a SeaSonic S12II 430B. A XFX 550W is a good PSU and at a very good budget price.
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    Corsair TX series is good, 550w should be enough.
  3. that system needs a good 500w with 2 6-pin connectors from a rputable company like Antec, corsair, Seasonic, or XFX.

    This XFX is a nice supply http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817207013&Tpk=xfx%20550w&IsVirtualParent=1
  4. ksham said:
    Why do you need 7 fans?

    And a quality 450W is sufficient if that is all you plan on working with. Get a SeaSonic S12II 430B. A XFX 550W is a good PSU and at a very good budget price.


    I was wondering the same thing - especially since most Corsair cases do not have room for that many fans, it's a huge waste of money.
  5. jnkweaver said:
    that system needs a good 500w with 2 6-pin connectors from a rputable company like Antec, corsair, Seasonic, or XFX.

    This XFX is a nice supply http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817207013&Tpk=xfx%20550w&IsVirtualParent=1


    Great choice I have the same specs on one of my rigs and another with an i7 3820 on an X79 motherboard, using that PSU on both systems, it really does the job quite well.
  6. sophiebeth100 said:
    Corsair TX series is good, 550w should be enough.


    am using the XFX 550PRO single rail and an ASUS GTX770 plus a 2TB WD Black which I added recently and removed all HDD's from my build just the 2TB and everything is setting fine.
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