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November 21, 2013 11:09:35 PM

I am going to buy HD 7790 and corsair cx430 w PSU from amazon.com,here are the links www.amazon.com/MSI-OC-DisplayPort-PCI-Express-R7790-1GD... and http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-430-Watt-Certified-Compat... respectively .I live in India and m ordering for the first time from Amazon.com and not amazon.in as the price difference is very much I couldn't afford from Amazon.in....my question is ,if I order the products from amazon.com then what issues m I going to face regarding customs and warranty!! .please,please quickly help

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November 21, 2013 11:41:52 PM

that's really a question only another person living in your country could answer, or someone you may know that works in the import area, prices and regulations are so different from country to country...
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November 21, 2013 11:46:33 PM

Off topic. Are you planning on running that power supply and Graphics card together in one PC?
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November 22, 2013 12:05:59 AM

ZionZA said:
Off topic. Are you planning on running that power supply and Graphics card together in one PC?

Yeah
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November 22, 2013 12:08:48 AM

RaDiKaL_ said:
that's really a question only another person living in your country could answer, or someone you may know that works in the import area, prices and regulations are so different from country to country...

So should I buy from Amazon.in and pay 70$ more?

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November 22, 2013 12:12:48 AM

Might want to look for a 500w then. 450w is the recommended minimum PSU for that graphics card. So a 500w should give you a little headroom
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November 22, 2013 12:19:28 AM

ZionZA said:
Might want to look for a 500w then. 450w is the recommended minimum PSU for that graphics card. So a 500w should give you a little headroom

No no m really really tight on budget,"!but you can might see my PC specifications
Windows: Windows Version 6.2 (Build 9200)

Internet Explorer: 9.10.9200.16384
Memory (RAM): 4062 MB
CPU Info: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2310 CPU @ 2.90GHz
CPU Speed: 2918.0 MHz
Sound Card: Speakers (VIA High Definition A |

Display Adapters: NVIDIA GeForce 210 | NVIDIA GeForce 210
Monitors: 1x; Generic PnP Monitor |
Screen Resolution: 1366 X 768 - 32 bit
Network: Network Present
Network Adapters: Atheros AR8152/8158 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller
CD / DVD Drives: 2x (H: | I: | ) H: DTSOFT BDROM | I: TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-224BB
Ports: COM Ports NOT Present. LPT Port NOT Present.
Mouse: 3 Button Wheel Mouse Present
Hard Disks: C: 97.7GB | D: 97.7GB | E: 97.7GB | F: 97.7GB | G: 75.1GB
Hard Disks - Free: C: 58.9GB | D: 75.6GB | E: 24.9GB | F: 55.8GB | G: 31.5GB
USB Controllers: 2 host controllers.
Firewire (1394): Not Detected
Manufacturer *: American Megatrends Inc.
Product Make *: H61MLV2
AC Power Status: OnLine
BIOS Info: | |
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time
Battery Status: No Battery
Motherboard *: BIOSTAR Group H61MLV2
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November 22, 2013 12:57:20 AM

ZionZA said:
5 hard drives or partitions?. I understand that you are tight on a budget but you will be pushing that 430w PSU to its max on that card and system. Rather try going for this

http://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-eXtreme-Supply-RS50...

Okay thanks but how do I buy the products...any idea and BTW they are partitions
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November 22, 2013 12:59:52 AM

android_ said:
ZionZA said:
5 hard drives or partitions?. I understand that you are tight on a budget but you will be pushing that 430w PSU to its max on that card and system. Rather try going for this

http://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-eXtreme-Supply-RS50...

Okay thanks but how do I buy the products...any idea and BTW they are partitions


How do you mean "how do I buy the products"? If getting the parts in your town is an issue then Amazon or Newegg isn't bad afaik. Basicly just pay for it online typically with a credit card or so and then they should courier it to you depending on if your location is supported by the website. They might also charge you a courier fee. The websites should give you all the info you need
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November 22, 2013 1:26:27 AM

ZionZA said:
android_ said:
ZionZA said:
5 hard drives or partitions?. I understand that you are tight on a budget but you will be pushing that 430w PSU to its max on that card and system. Rather try going for this

http://www.amazon.com/Cooler-Master-eXtreme-Supply-RS50...

Okay thanks but how do I buy the products...any idea and BTW they are partitions


How do you mean "how do I buy the products"? If getting the parts in your town is an issue then Amazon or Newegg isn't bad afaik. Basicly just pay for it online typically with a credit card or so and then they should courier it to you depending on if your location is supported by the website. They might also charge you a courier fee. The websites should give you all the info you need

Amazon says my product is eligible for free shipping and my only concern is if I buy it from amazon.com and not from Amazon.in then m I going to get the warranty? Other thing is why the HD 7790 is priced so so high in Amazon.in as compared to Amazon.com??(this was all I meant by how do I buy it)
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November 22, 2013 1:34:38 AM

Amazon.in most likely takes transport and import costs into consideration. Warranty should be covered regardless of which amazon you order from. Amazon.com will most likely charge you extra for the delivery so it might actually work out the same as just ordering at amazon.in. Wouldn't surprise me if Amazon.com refers you to amazon.in
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November 22, 2013 9:44:31 AM

The Corsair 430w PSU is a good reliable PSU that will be enough for your needs given your tight budget, the HD7790 draws around 141w on max load while your CPU will draw another 95w under max load as well, add in your 2xhdd, 2xdvd/rw, RAM and some fans etc you won't go past 370w, if you wanna be sure use some PSU calculator (google will provide).
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November 23, 2013 4:05:01 AM

RaDiKaL_ said:
The Corsair 430w PSU is a good reliable PSU that will be enough for your needs given your tight budget, the HD7790 draws around 141w on max load while your CPU will draw another 95w under max load as well, add in your 2xhdd, 2xdvd/rw, RAM and some fans etc you won't go past 370w, if you wanna be sure use some PSU calculator (google will provide).


430w on 80% efficiency delivers reliable power yes. Although 80% efficiency on 100% load is still reliable he will be pushing towards 100% most of the time if playing games or so. You also don't take into consideration Case fans etc. My reason for recommending the 500 is to not run the PSU at max the whole time.(which reduces the lifetime and reliability) Anandtech and guru3d did a review on this card and recommended a 500w as the minimum as well. He can get a decent 500w PSU for a similar price to the 430w. So it would be in his best interest and his safest option to go for the 500+ PSU's
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November 23, 2013 5:47:00 AM

ZionZA said:
RaDiKaL_ said:
The Corsair 430w PSU is a good reliable PSU that will be enough for your needs given your tight budget, the HD7790 draws around 141w on max load while your CPU will draw another 95w under max load as well, add in your 2xhdd, 2xdvd/rw, RAM and some fans etc you won't go past 370w, if you wanna be sure use some PSU calculator (google will provide).


430w on 80% efficiency delivers reliable power yes. Although 80% efficiency on 100% load is still reliable he will be pushing towards 100% most of the time if playing games or so. You also don't take into consideration Case fans etc. My reason for recommending the 500 is to not run the PSU at max the whole time.(which reduces the lifetime and reliability) Anandtech and guru3d did a review on this card and recommended a 500w as the minimum as well. He can get a decent 500w PSU for a similar price to the 430w. So it would be in his best interest and his safest option to go for the 500+ PSU's

Okay now I am going for HD 7770 and seeing my system specs!!is corsair cx 430w enough(listed above)???for HD "7770"
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