Power supply wattage?

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  1. There are few very detailed and accurate PSU calculators.. Like the one available at the antec official website (www.antec.com).. Btw, a good 650W PSU should be adequate for your current setup and will have headroom for any future upgrades (a true quad core, and/or a more powerful video card etc.).. Check out the Corsair TX 650 and the Antec EA-650.. If you've the budget, you may straight away opt for a 750W PSU.. I'll recommend the XFX 750W Black Edition in that case..
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  3. Avoid the CM GX650.
    Go for the units that have been recommended by Davcon and Emperus.
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  5. Anonymous said:
    on the antec site it says 745 w ... i wanna upgrade in future


    650w+ from seasonic, xfx, corsair, antec is more the enough to run your PC and the ATI 4890 in crossfire

    your system as is won't break 350w during gaming
    http://www.techspot.com/review/164-radeon-4890-vs-geforce-gtx275/page10.html
  6. I'd get a 650-750W PSU, preferably one from Corsair or Seasonic (there are some other good ones too - check jonnyguru.com for really detailed and good reviews)
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