Will this 1100watt fit for this pc?

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  1. Yes
  2. But do you have a reason to need that much juice that PC cant even SLI 500 to 600 is more then enuff power for that rig.
  3. I have no doubt that it will fit . But...
    Both are tier 5 units on this list :

    I suggest you look for a quality unit like Corsair, PC P&C, Seasonic, Antec.

    A psu is the last place you want to go cheap on.

    What will it need to power? An overpowered psu will be inefficient.
  4. You are considering high wattage PSU-lower quality PSU.
    My suggestion in that you scale down to some 650W and get a good brande like Corsair or Seasonic.
    It will be a better investment.
  5. Get this Antec instead for $90 shipped w/promo code + a $20 MIR:

    That's a steal for a psu that has:
    a 9.5 performance rating from johnnyguru.com
    80+ bronze certification
    semi-modular cables
    enough power for 99% of the builds out there and more than enough for any possible upgrades to that system which really only needs about 400-450 watts in it's current configuration.
  6. ^^ +1 that PSU if you plan on doing crossfire sometime. Awesome deal.

    A 500w would be more than enough for that PC though, and have room to age.
  7. Logan listed a good one. Apevia has yet to pass a jonnyguru review as far as I know. Most of them melt or burn.
  8. It comes with a 500w PSU which is plenty for a single 5770

    You could build a better box than that for that price ... here's w/ about 10 minutes effort

    Antec 902 / EA-500 $140

    ASUS P7H55D-M EVO & i5-650 $290

    Saphiere Vapor X HD 5770 & OCZ Gold 2 x 2GB $266

    Seagate 7200.12 $85

    Card Reader $35

    Saitek CD6400000A1/06/1 Black Modern Warfare 2 Combat Keyboard $40

    Logitech MX518 8 Buttons 1 x Wheel USB Wired Optical 1800 dpi Gaming Mouse $43

    Logitech G15 104 Normal Keys 29 Function Keys USB Wired Standard Gaming Keyboard $85

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