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Corsair builder cx430w psu

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June 22, 2012 2:59:18 AM

Alright I have a serious question, please give me any answers or advice here.

First my system then my questions and story lol.

6gb ddr2 pc6400@800 2x2gb 2x1gb=6gb
dvdburner sata
foxconn mb chip780g am2+
cpu phenom 8450 x3 95w
cooler master elite 430 case 2x 120mm led fans 2x 80mm led fans (both 80mm on fan controllers)
500gb hitachi 7200rpm hdd sata
nano wireless usb adapter
wireless mouse
usb saitek led keyboard
thermaltake led hdd cooler
video or will be after this lol=galaxy geforce gts 250 1gb ddr3 256bit

Trying to list all power consuming items for best advice...

I have checked corsair site with thier calculator and it says the 430w builder psu would power mine no problem but let me know what you think please...im on a budget but dont want to go cheap again (hence the story next) i can get the corsair $40 shipped

story- lmao i did the no-no and went cheap on psu bought a blue star (haha) 650w psu all was fine for 2 days everything was running great well while hackin and slashin through dungeon siege 3 on max and 1920x1080 on my 40" hdtv hdmi all of a sudden I hear a frightning crackle see white sparks and smell that only electronics burning smell.. and everything goes black no screen no blue lights omg. So I break out my stock psu 300w delta 2x +12v 18a rails pull out the blue crap star and slap in the delta thank the heavens nothing else fried the gts and all else still works perfect that was close. Of course now until I get a proper psu in my budget Im usin the stock delta and an hd4670 for temp..now you can laugh and tease and let me know if the corsair will do what I need or advise as to what will do for my poor budget.
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June 22, 2012 3:22:26 AM

you won't break 250w total system power while gaming. the corsair will do the job no problem

CPU
Intel Core i7 965 Extreme (3.2 GHz, 8 MB L3 Cache, 133 MHz Bclk), power-saving settings disabled
Motherboard
Asus Rampage II Extreme (X58/ICH10)

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