i have Amd Fx 8320 processor and Amd Firepro V4900 Graphics card, which power supply is suited for me?
i have Assemble My pc with AMD FX 8320 8 core processor(125w) and AMD FirePro V4900 1 GB GDDR5 Graphics card.. i have 8 Gb of DDR3 Ram..(4+4 sticks) and Asus M5A78L-MLX V2 Mother board.. i tried 450W ordinary power supply but it failed when processor get heigher power.. Which power supply is more compactable to my system configuration.. i prefer low budget.. arround 6500 rs.. and is any suppliment cooling to my processor? i have 2 additional fans attatched to my cabinet.. is these configuarations build a good performence to me? (am probabily using maya,max,realflow,houdini etc moslty in particle dynamics..) please replay me as soon as possible...
sparkman3271 said:This Maybe http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00918MEZG/
This should run it decently; Seasonic makes good PSUs!
This will power your specs and made by the best Seasonic.
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Power Supply: XFX 550W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply ($49.99 @ NCIX US)
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is this configuration is better for my choise? like particle dynamics and rendering? i've probabliy using some compositing software also... if mother board need an update which one is cheaper and more reliable? is need any modification to my system to make rendering and particle dynamics run faster? please suggest the right one..
thanks for ur replay.. mother board have its own app Core unlocker is this facility make any performence boost to my system? when i tried with 450 w psu system cause power surge and blue screen error.. could i use coreunlocker facility in my mother board is 600w is better for it? or is it cause any faliure?
6.5k is more than enough to get you a decent psu.
few options from me:
i have vs 650 and it works as it says. i still am confused about one thing! who is louder while gaming, the psu or my stock fx8320 fan???!!!!!!!!!!
any one of them would get you going. and they are all below 6k mark.
and stock cpu cooler would do great unless you want to overclock or have any low profile indian made cabinet or you dont like noice of jet engines.
update...whats your cabinet? and you must have keept the stock cabinet fans...one intake and the other as exhaust. you can add other intake later for a good positive air pressure.would really help if you want to cool down your firepro while doing gpu hungry tasks like photoshopping, etc.. but cpu cooler would be a great choice. some options from me...
for cabinet fan:
the second one is really good.
THE HYPER T4 FROM COOLER MASTER IS A GOOD CHOICE, AND SO IS THE CORSAIR A70. POCKET FRIENDLY WOULD BE THE DEEPCOOL.