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Urgent question about Diablotek PSU!

I only have a Pentium Dual Core and Radeon 6850. Will the Diablotek 600w psu be good enough?

Here is a link to it: http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=6448054&CatId=1483

I don't want a super expensive PSU
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  1. that would work fine. with PSU's you get what you pay for. I used to use cheap ones but kept having problems.

    spent a bit more and no problems at all.

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817822013&Tpk=Diablotek%20PSDA600
  2. I'm not thrilled about those dual fan PSUs.
    Does that price @ Tigerdirect include shipping? That same model is @ NewEgg for $30
    But it's customer reviews are quite poor, even for a budget PSU.
  3. If you want to objectively, accurately and scientifically determine what PSU power is required for your Vid card and PC in both watts and 12v rail amps., the forum Utility link below will show you how easy it is to calculate this information and objectively determine which PSUs are quality built, reliable PSUs that can meet your needs. Be advised that the available 12v rail amps. is just as important as the total PSU wattage. You need both to be correct.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/314712-28-please-read-determine-power-required
  4. That psu is a pos =very old inefficient design,not PFC still has voltage switch.
    This psu will run a 6850.
    XFX 450W Core Edition Single Rail
    http://us.ncix.com/products/?sku=63238&vpn=P1450SX2B9&manufacture=XFX&promoid=1316
    Personally i wouldn't trust my gear to a cheap brand(DiaBLOWtek) with a dubious reputation.
  5. These companies stay in business only because people that don't know what they are doing buy their products.

    Don't support that.

    A good deal on a good PSU is way better than a bad deal on a bad PSU.

    If you were just flushing $20 down the drain on a bad PSU I could live with that, but you could be flushing $150 down the drain for a motherboard or $200 for a video card too.
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