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Is my build a good one?

Case:nzxt switch 810
Mtherboard: asus maximus vi formula lga 1150
Cpu:intel i7 4770k
Ram: 2x8gb=16gb 2133mhz corsair vengence
Cpu cooler: coolermaster v8 gts
Gpu: geforce gtx 780 ti
Dvd/bluray drive
Hdd: Wd caviar black 1tb
Ssd: 250gb samsung 840
Psu: corsair rm650
Os: windows 7 professional 64bit
Fans: 10 af140 LED
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  1. I would say your build is very good, however I do not think a 650W PSU will hold your processor and your graphics card up very well.
  2. Best answer
    Yes I'd say you have a very high end build here. However I'm really not liking that PSU, I think you need a more powerful/efficient one. Many people tend to excuse a power supply as an unimportant piece of hardware but it is actually very important. Give us a price range and I'm sure we can find you a better PSU.
  3. The psu is just fine. Total usage on that system will be 400w or just under that when under a full load. For SLI you'd want a bigger one.
  4. Thanks for the feedback i chose that psu through a calculator thing should i go to a 750w or get a higher quality 650w
  5. Im not worried about my psu price range
  6. I have a Rosewill HIVE 750 that only costed me $80. I would highly recommend it for the price and wattage.
  7. JuniperC said:
    I have a Rosewill HIVE 750 that only costed me $80. I would highly recommend it for the price and wattage.


    I think he should get a platinum grade PSU if he has no budget and the highest end GPU on the market atm
  8. Corsair ax760i seems look like a good option
  9. Here's a good platinum PSU, it will give you the best performance and it's 700w
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817250006
    $144 btw

    or you can spend $30 for more wattage
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151120
  10. Thank you for the suggestions im going to buy the seasonic i know they are top of the line
  11. Savagery said:
    Thank you for the suggestions im going to buy the seasonic i know they are top of the line


    Yeah that would be my choice as well, the "hybrid" feature seems very cool and it seems like a good PSU in general
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