Need help with PSU

Alright, I have to lower cost of some items to get a 560 Ti and I was wondering if that PSU Cooler Master 460watts would be enough to run a Phenom II x4 955 with 4GB ram, a 560 Ti, 1 HDD if not suggest me something close to 50$ in a Canadian site (on rebate would be even better)

http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817171046&cm_sp=DailyDeal-_-17-171-046-_-Product
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  1. Tnx for fast respond, but I'm looking at a card that high-end. Something like the 560 Ti or HD 6870 requires only 500watts no?
  2. Best answer selected by greenhold.
  3. It'll be fine for the 560, don't waste your money buying another PSU.
  4. How's that one, it's 80 plus certified Antec Neo 520w : http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371030
  5. 400 Watts is enough for a Phenom II with a 560; I know this first hand. I have less amps over my +12V and run more things than the OP.

    Don't waste your money, try putting in the 560 then buy a PSU if necessary.
  6. He has 27 amps over 12V, that's plenty if it's actually pushing anything close to 300W.

    I agree Coolmaster sucks though so you might be right; I would still try before buying a new PSU.
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