Will my CPU have enough energy?

So my new rig is
Phenom II 945 AM3
MA77OT-UD3P Gigabyte mobo
a stick of 2gb OCZ ram running at 1666mhz I think 1.8volts
Diamond Viper ATI Radeon HD 3850
40gb sata western digital (i know that's nothing but I don't need a lot of space for what i do)
DVD+CD-RW sony
5 case fans
4 led lights

Would that all power pretty well on this Power Supply?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817339009 (it's already been bought, in my hands)

(I plan to upgrade my graphics card to a 4870x2 in the future to...)
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  1. that should be adequate, but I would have bought a better brand.
  2. i would problably go with a 650watt and plus.
    I good company that sells power supplies is Ultra.
  3. Ultra is junk. Antec or Corsair is the way to go.
  4. BadTrip said:
    that should be adequate, but I would have bought a better brand.


    Ok next time I upgrae my video card I'll get a better PSU I have an Antec in an old agp build and works everyday with ease.
  5. josh7331 said:
    So my new rig is
    Phenom II 945 AM3
    MA77OT-UD3P Gigabyte mobo
    a stick of 2gb OCZ ram running at 1666mhz I think 1.8volts
    Diamond Viper ATI Radeon HD 3850
    40gb sata western digital (i know that's nothing but I don't need a lot of space for what i do)
    DVD+CD-RW sony
    5 case fans
    4 led lights

    Would that all power pretty well on this Power Supply?
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817339009 (it's already been bought, in my hands)

    (I plan to upgrade my graphics card to a 4870x2 in the future to...)


    It's probably the best dirt-cheap brand, but you won't see anyone in here recommending any dirt-cheap brand, not even the best.
  6. Do yourself a favor and buy a decent PSU from a certified brand.
  7. Yes, it will probably work.
    I would recommend against it, though.
    Look into a qualtiy Corsair, Seasonic, Enermax, PCP&C or Antec Earthwatts PSU.
    Even This Corsair 400w PSU would be a much better option and it only costs $45 after MIR.
  8. Needs more RAM. Especially if you plan to run Vista. Also, 40gb hard drive? Way to small. That will fill up incredibly quick.
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