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intel core i5 2500k
msi z77a-g43
corsair vengeance 2x4gb 1600mhz
seagate 1tb hdd
intel 128gb ssd
nvidia gtx 560 1gb
the cpu will be overclocked to 4 ghz later ..
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  1. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151087

    A bit on the pricier side of things but SeaSonic is top of the line. You might want to get something a little better than a 560 though
  2. what about xfx proseries 550w
  3. vishalaestro said:
    what about xfx proseries 550w


    SeaSonic manufactures the proseries for XFX so that would be a solid choice.
  4. agreed. XfX has good psu's. That one will do fine.
  5. vishalaestro said:
    intel core i5 2500k
    msi z77a-g43
    corsair vengeance 2x4gb 1600mhz
    seagate 1tb hdd
    intel 128gb ssd
    nvidia gtx 560 1gb
    the cpu will be overclocked to 4 ghz later ..

    waitaminute, i just posted another of your threads and it had an ivy bridge build. what is going on? :??:
    anyway, psu recommendations -
    the usual, corsair cx 500 v2
    http://www.theitdepot.com/details-Corsair+Builder+Series+CX500+V2+500W+Power+Supply+(CMPSU-500CXV2)_C14P13206.html
    seasonic s12ii 520
    http://www.theitdepot.com/details-Seasonic+520W+Power+Supply+(S12II-520)_C14P7879.html
    anyways, your build seems to be missing a cpu cooler - for 2500k, cm hyper 212 evo would be a decent addition. the stock cooler is designed to dissipate 95w of heat. overclocking the cpu will make it dissipate more than 95w heat.
    http://www.theitdepot.com/details-Cooler+Master+Hyper+212+Evo+CPU+Coolers_C10P13532.html
  6. so a 500-550w psu will be enough right...u can see the 2 posts i have posted was a different topic this one is for one of my friend ..i just want to know how much power is required..the other one was my own question for which i want the answer ..i like suggesting cpu to my friends when they buy one..
  7. Best answer
    a 500-550w good quality psu would be enough.
  8. thank u ...
  9. Best answer selected by vishalaestro.
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