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650W 80+ Gold Thermaltake PSU good for my first gaming build?

Hello, everybody.

I'm new here, and I have little experience on how to make a gaming build for myself (another problem I have is I don't have access to pretty much any good components right now, the only way to get those parts is to go to U.S.A and bring them to me or get them via aerial delivery to my country).

So I wanted to ask you guys if my build can withstand the 650W PSU I'm gonna put into it, or it will not be enough to make it work.

(Obviously, I'm gonna put here every single part since they need the power from the PSU).

Processor: Intel Core I7 4770 3.4GHz
Motherboard: Asus B85M-E
RAM: 8GB DDR3 1333MHz
DVD+RW Drive
HDD: 2 TB
GPU: XFX Radeon HD 7850 2GB DDR5

If more information is needed, I'll gladly post it (I guess I can edit my own post, right?)

Thanks for reading.
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  1. What exact Thermaltake PSU?
  2. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    What exact Thermaltake PSU?


    I conveniently asked for the model a day ago, and he gave me this model.

    Thermaltake TP-650PCGUS ToughpowerST 650W/ATX 2.3/EPS 2.91/80+ Gold PS

    What can you tell me about it?

    Thanks.
  3. Best answer
    Yes that can power your specs easily.

    http://www.directron.com/tp650p.html


    100% high quality Japanese capacitors: ensure superb performance and reliability.

    Good capacitors ^
  4. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    Yes that can power your specs.


    Many thanks, before we finish this post, can you recommend me a good gaming PSU for future builds, especially high durability ones?
  5. Seasonic , XFX , Antec , CORSAIR not CX or VS series.
  6. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    Seasonic , XFX , Antec , CORSAIR not CX or VS series.


    Alrighty, thanks for your answers, mate. I will use that info in a future.

    (I have to give you props for being so quick, I was expecting the answers to be half-hour each, now I confirm this is a great page to ask for computer related things)
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