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July 7, 2011 1:22:45 PM

Asus M4A 88TD-V-EVO USB3, Processor:AMD Phenom™ II X4, 125W, memory-Corsair 2GB, Optical Drive,500 GB Seagate HDD. Techcom 450 Watts SMPS will be fine for this now.? I am planning to upgrade it with 2GB graphics card/video Card . SO I am planning to replace the current PSU with Cooler master Extreme Power series 650 watts. Will it be sufficient?
Please advice.
Thanks, Krishna

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a c 91 ) Power supply
July 7, 2011 2:07:23 PM

450 watts should be enough but not from Techcom. I will advice you to not bother with the Coolermaster unit as well. Get some unit from Antec, Corsair, XFX or Seasonic. Give us your budget and we'll find a good unit in your price range. If you are short on time then try looking out for either of the following units and get whichever you find out cheapest.

1. Seasonic S12II 520
2. XFX Core Edition Pro 550
3. Corsair TX 650 V2
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a c 90 ) Power supply
July 7, 2011 4:35:38 PM

+1 Emperus!

Krishna, Emperus is right on the money! Go with his recommendations.
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July 7, 2011 6:23:47 PM

Emperus said:
450 watts should be enough but not from Techcom. I will advice you to not bother with the Coolermaster unit as well. Get some unit from Antec, Corsair, XFX or Seasonic. Give us your budget and we'll find a good unit in your price range. If you are short on time then try looking out for either of the following units and get whichever you find out cheapest.

1. Seasonic S12II 520/antec hcg 520 (same unit)
2. XFX Core Edition Pro 550
3. Corsair TX 650 V2

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July 18, 2011 7:31:47 AM

Thanks for the advice.
I already bought the components.
Just PSU is yet to decide.
Is Coolermaster unit not good as compared to Antec, CorsAir, XFX and Seasonic?


Emperus said:
450 watts should be enough but not from Techcom. I will advice you to not bother with the Coolermaster unit as well. Get some unit from Antec, Corsair, XFX or Seasonic. Give us your budget and we'll find a good unit in your price range. If you are short on time then try looking out for either of the following units and get whichever you find out cheapest.

1. Seasonic S12II 520
2. XFX Core Edition Pro 550
3. Corsair TX 650 V2

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July 18, 2011 7:34:27 AM

Thanks for the advice.
I already bought the components.
Just PSU is yet to decide.
Is Coolermaster unit not good as compared to Antec, CorsAir, XFX and Seasonic?


Emperus said:
450 watts should be enough but not from Techcom. I will advice you to not bother with the Coolermaster unit as well. Get some unit from Antec, Corsair, XFX or Seasonic. Give us your budget and we'll find a good unit in your price range. If you are short on time then try looking out for either of the following units and get whichever you find out cheapest.

1. Seasonic S12II 520
2. XFX Core Edition Pro 550
3. Corsair TX 650 V2

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a c 90 ) Power supply
July 18, 2011 12:57:17 PM

knkdas said:
Thanks for the advice.
I already bought the components.
Just PSU is yet to decide.
Is Coolermaster unit not good as compared to Antec, CorsAir, XFX and Seasonic?

Krishna, this has been beaten to death! Take 'Emperus' advice and go for it!
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a c 144 ) Power supply
July 18, 2011 1:02:54 PM

knkdas said:

Is Coolermaster unit not good as compared to Antec, CorsAir, XFX and Seasonic?

CoolerMaster PSU is nowhere near the quality of the others that were recommended.
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a c 90 ) Power supply
July 18, 2011 1:06:48 PM

Cooler Master makes great cases; their PSUs are not all that great.
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