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Looking For A Good PSU For Power Saving

I am looking for a power supply that doesn't use much power but can handle
AMD II Quad 95Watts,
Mobo using 8pin 24pin connectors,
either 2x 4850 or 4770s or 2x 250GTS'
Running 4gigs of DDR3 1333mhz 2.0-2.1volts,
up to 6x either 500Gbs or 1TBs hard drives,
TV tuner,
2x DVD burners,
3x 120mm fans and
4x 140mm fans.

also can only spend up to 100-120 for a psu.

If anyone knows of one please post them thanks in an advance.
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    warcloudff said:
    I am looking for a power supply that doesn't use much power but can handle
    AMD II Quad 95Watts,
    Mobo using 8pin 24pin connectors,
    either 2x 4850 or 4770s or 2x 250GTS'
    Running 4gigs of DDR3 1333mhz 2.0-2.1volts,
    up to 6x either 500Gbs or 1TBs hard drives,
    TV tuner,
    2x DVD burners,
    3x 120mm fans and
    4x 140mm fans.

    also can only spend up to 100-120 for a psu.

    If anyone knows of one please post them thanks in an advance.



    Corsair CMPSU-750TX 750W - $109.99 after rebate ($119 before rebate).
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817139006
  2. What location are you in? Any prefered retailers?
  3. Antec True Power New 750
    Higher efficiency and semi modular
    Review
  4. +1
    For Antec True Power New 750
    And
    Corsair CMPSU-750TX 750W
  5. wouldn't higher wattage means it'll use more?
  6. No.Higher wattage means it can provide more power if required...

    It will give only the amount of power that is required by the system.
  7. Another vote for the Corsair.
  8. Thanks for the helpful tips and suggestions:D When I get paid I'll pick up one. from OCZ 700Watt Mod extreme. Anyways have a good time everyone.
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