You can accurately determine what PSU power is required in watts and amps. on the 12v rail from the link below. It's straight forward and easy so no guessing is required. Then you will have an idea if you are maxing out your PSU. It will also show you how to determine which model PSUs are quality PSUs that can deliver the necessary power for your PC if you need a new one.
Thanks for the inputs guys, but is it worth paying more money to get corsair or antec psu? OCZ ZS 750 I have up there is like $20 bucks cheaper. I forgot to mention that i'm on tight budget
You'd be silly not to buy one of the Seasonic made XFX models i listed -cheaper then the anything you've listed.
Buy whatever you want.
Do you have an aversion to NCIX shipping for free out of California?
no, i don't lol, I was just gonna buy all the parts from newegg, and the prices of psu that you listed are higher in newegg
Might be the reason why i didn't use Newegg.
NCIX is #1 in Canada = same rep as Newegg has in the US.
NCIX now has facilities in California = good for you competition = lower prices
I buy all my parts from whoever is cheapest when i build.
Could be 2 or 3 vendors.