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What Wattage power supply do i need for my PC?

I got all the parts here they are:
AMD FX 6350
Nvidia gtx 750ti OC pny
1 hdd
1 aftermarket cpu fan
3 chasis fan
1 module of 8 gb of ram
1 internet card

A Corsair RM450 will be enough?
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    A good branded 550W, if you go for higher it will just cover future upgrades.

    I recommend XFX/Seasonic

    550W
    http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817207013
    620W
    http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151095

    both awesome little units.

    I run an FX 6300 system with hd 7870 and more HDDs then you OCed fine off a fairly bad PSU apparently
  2. On your average system a GTX 750ti requires 20 Amps on the 12v rail, a 400W PSU minimum & 1x6 pin PCIE

    The Corsair RM series is over rated & over priced for it's build quality. Your better off with a more solidly built 500W which will be more future proof when you decide to upgrade your graphics card in future.

    CoolerMaster VS-series 550W: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817171092
  3. vilenueve said:
    I got all the parts here they are:
    AMD FX 6350
    Nvidia gtx 750ti OC pny
    1 hdd
    1 aftermarket cpu fan
    3 chasis fan
    1 module of 8 gb of ram
    1 internet card

    A Corsair RM450 will be enough?


    Hi - Yes, a good 450w unit is enough for that system. As scampi said above, you might want to
    consider something other than the RM series.
  4. Ok, thank you for all you answers :), it helped me to decide which one i bought.
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