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I need help, I'm buying a new PSU and i need to know what is compatible with my system.

I have a GIGABYTE GA-F2A78M-D3H motherboard with a AMD A10-6800k APU, what PSUs will work with my setup? In total, I need about 500 watts of power to my system correctly. Any help or recommendations? Please and thanks.
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  3. What kind of case do you have? or what is your current PSU model? is it ATX? open your case and search for it
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    If it is ATX, then it is generic, most should fit (i think they measure like 12cm) and for $100 you can easily buy a 550w 80+ certified PSU
  6. Remixex said:
    If it is ATX, then it is generic, most should fit (i think they measure like 12cm) and for $100 you can easily buy a 550w 80+ certified PSU

    any recommendation on which kind?
  7. Corsair, XFX...those are the ones you should search for, i just changed from a cheap PSU to a Corsair one and i tell you my system is much more stable, and i feel quite better that my parts won't stop functioning because of a bad PSU, if anyone has any other brand apart from Corsair or XFX and they know they are good, please share c:
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