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a b ) Power supply
July 18, 2011 8:13:38 AM

Hello,
I'm getting ready to build my first computer and my case has the power supply hole@the to top of the case. My question is which type of power supply would be better..one with an intake fan on the front and an exhaust at the back(apevia iceberg 680w atx), or something like the apevia atx warlock 750 and just turn it upside down so the fan is facing down?
I would also appreciate any suggestions for a decent mid level power supply(not cheap).

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a b ) Power supply
July 18, 2011 8:53:42 AM

Apevia isn't good PSU ... get PSU like Corsair , Seasonic, Anteq, Bequite!, XFX .. Thermaltake it's all depend on your budget
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Anonymous
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July 18, 2011 9:07:22 AM

Thank U..I'll start with Corsair.
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July 18, 2011 9:33:22 AM

the best product from corsair is AX series and HX series,
- CORSAIR Professional Series HX750 $160.25 Newegg
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- CORSAIR Professional Series Gold AX750 (CMPSU-750AX) 750W ATX12V v2.31 / EPS12V v2.92 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply $169.99 Newegg
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July 18, 2011 1:29:44 PM

Before we suggest a size, what's in the case?

Decent midlevel PSU's include the Corsair TX650/750/850V2's (built by Seasonic) and the XFX 650 and 750's (also built by Seasonic). And of course, the Seasonics.

Those would be my choices - very good PSU's without spending premium dollars.
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a c 1203 ) Power supply
July 18, 2011 2:43:20 PM

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Hello,
I'm getting ready to build my first computer and my case has the power supply hole@the to top of the case. My question is which type of power supply would be better..one with an intake fan on the front and an exhaust at the back(apevia iceberg 680w atx), or something like the apevia atx warlock 750 and just turn it upside down so the fan is facing down?
I would also appreciate any suggestions for a decent mid level power supply(not cheap).

You haven't provided your system specifications.

How do you even know that the power supplies being recommended are adequate to power your system?

Important specifications like the make and model of the graphics card, CPU, number of hard disk drives, number of optical drives, number of cooling fans, future upgrade plans (e.g. CrossFireX/SLI, more hard disk drives), etc. all affect the determination of the correct power supply to recommend/use.
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Anonymous
a b ) Power supply
July 25, 2011 2:01:56 AM

jsc said:
Before we suggest a size, what's in the case?

Decent midlevel PSU's include the Corsair TX650/750/850V2's (built by Seasonic) and the XFX 650 and 750's (also built by Seasonic). And of course, the Seasonics.

Those would be my choices - very good PSU's without spending premium dollars.


Yeah, I forgot to include the parts on my list. This is my first build and also, I'm having to buy things 2 at a time since I can't afford to get all the parts at the same time..

NZXT Zero 2 case(already bought)
Intel I5 2500k(bought for $179.99)

Parts I Havent Bought Yet:
Asus P8Z68-V ATX 1155 MB
8 gig ddr3 Corsair memory
Lite on cd/dvd drive
120gig ssd...I'm going to add 2 more hdd, each at least 1tb
Nvidia Geforce GTX 550
PSU--to be determined
win 7 premium

That's the list for my first build and since I'm going to do a little o.c.ing on the processor, I also need a few suggestions on an aftermarket cooler(air)
Sorry for the late response...been out of town.
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Anonymous
a b ) Power supply
July 25, 2011 2:03:14 AM

ko888 said:
You haven't provided your system specifications.

How do you even know that the power supplies being recommended are adequate to power your system?

Important specifications like the make and model of the graphics card, CPU, number of hard disk drives, number of optical drives, number of cooling fans, future upgrade plans (e.g. CrossFireX/SLI, more hard disk drives), etc. all affect the determination of the correct power supply to recommend/use.


Thanx for your response...I forgot to include that info but I just posted it in response to another posters' question.
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