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    I think i would try this psu,
    http://www.mwave.com.au/product/silverstone-sfx-80-bronze-450w-power-supply-ab54055
    looked at it and it actually needs to be this one being sfx which the case supports.

    For performance would i rather go with this gpu,
    http://www.mwave.com.au/product/sapphire-amd-radeon-r9-270-2gb-dualx-overclocked-boost-video-card-ab53387
    there's a better r9 270X from gigabyte for the same price,but that one is too long for the case,another limitation of that particular case.

    The build will run bf4 at 30+ fps,depends on settings too,don't make it too important to play at ultra.

    I also would rather stick with 8gb's of ram right now and spend the leftover cash on an even better gpu.
  2. Vic 40 said:
    I think i would try this psu,
    http://www.mwave.com.au/product/silverstone-sfx-80-bronze-450w-power-supply-ab54055
    looked at it and it actually needs to be this one being sfx which the case supports.

    For performance would i rather go with this gpu,
    http://www.mwave.com.au/product/sapphire-amd-radeon-r9-270-2gb-dualx-overclocked-boost-video-card-ab53387
    there's a better r9 270X from gigabyte for the same price,but that one is too long for the case,another limitation of that particular case.

    The build will run bf4 at 30+ fps,depends on settings too,don't make it too important to play at ultra.

    I also would rather stick with 8gb's of ram right now and spend the leftover cash on an even better gpu.
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