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Psu Problem , need a Quik help here !

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August 14, 2014 9:14:03 AM

So i already asked yesterday if my Psu 450W will do for my Graphics card GTX 760 msi gaming edition , the answer was no.

So ...

I'm currently looking for a new psu and i found the Xilence 730W performance A Series , will this do?

Specs are below:

Need a psu for : MSI Geforce GTX 760

Psu specs :

http://www.xilence.de/en/products/power-supplies/perfor...

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August 14, 2014 9:20:15 AM

I wouldn't recommend that power supply. Try to purchase any SeaSonic, XFX, Antec, Corsair (not the CX series preferably) or an EVGA PSU. Any of those manufacturers should offer a decent quality unit. Also Nvidia recommends a 500w PSU for the GTX 760, so try to aim towards 500w.

I can select one for you if you state which country you reside in, as well as your budget.

All the best. :) 
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August 14, 2014 9:23:44 AM

Why wont you recommend it? Can you have a look and just tell me wether i can run it or not? ^^
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August 14, 2014 1:50:48 PM

You should be able to run the GPU with the 730W PSU you have selected by Xilence; running the GTX 760 is not an issue. However I have never heard of the Xilence brand before hence cannot assure on it's quality, whether they are more or less likely to fault or not.

I'd select a PSU from a better known manufacturer, of course that's purely my opinion and I find that others maybe inclined to agree.

All the best. :) 
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August 14, 2014 1:55:20 PM

Obnoxious said:
You should be able to run the GPU with the 730W PSU you have selected by Xilence; running the GTX 760 is not an issue. However I have never heard of the Xilence brand before hence cannot assure on it's quality, whether they are more or less likely to fault or not.

I'd select a PSU from a better known manufacturer, of course that's purely my opinion and I find that others maybe inclined to agree.

All the best. :) 


I Live in belgium mate & this brand is very well known in our country , so because its only 70€ i'll give it a try !

anyway , i wanna thank you for your reply !

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August 14, 2014 2:01:18 PM

Michael Bracke said:
I Live in belgium mate & this brand is very well known in our country , so because its only 70€ i'll give it a try !

anyway , i wanna thank you for your reply !


Not a problem at all, I'm glad I could have been of assistance.

All the best with your upgrade! :) 
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