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Is a corsair tx750 good for the haf 932

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i was just wondering if the tx-750 was a good psu for the haf 932. im not exactly sure how much space is in the haf so i was wondering would a modular psu be better?
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    It will fit just fine, but the more important question is whether it is the right size for your system. If you can tell us your specs that will help.

    Modular is fine and all, but in my opinion there is plenty of room in that case to handle cable management. Modular would be toward the low end of reasons to buy a power supply here. If it were a compact case that would be a different story...
  2. Pretty much any standard power supply will fit in any standard case. The HAF 932 has plenty of space for what you need.

    In my experience, modular power supplies are a waste of time because if you have a mid-to-high end system, you end up using all the cables anyway.
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  4. sadams04 said:
    It will fit just fine, but the more important question is whether it is the right size for your system. If you can tell us your specs that will help.

    Modular is fine and all, but in my opinion there is plenty of room in that case to handle cable management. Modular would be toward the low end of reasons to buy a power supply here. If it were a compact case that would be a different story...

    Okay so here it is.
    CPU: Intel I7 2700k
    GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX560 Ti Superclock Edition
    CASE: CoolerMaster HAF932
    Storage: 1TB Western Digital Caviar Black 1TB
    OPTICAL DRIVE: DVD/CD Burner
    MOTHERBOARD: ASUS P8z77
    POWER SUPPLY: Corsair Tx750
    RAM/MEMORY: G.Skill Ripjaws-X 8GB(2x4GB)
    OS: Windows 7 professional 64-bit
    AfterMarket-Cpu-fan: Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO

    I know that I should do it myself but I'm new to building computers so I was wondering if you could check that all the parts are compatible. if you have any recommendations, I would be Glad to check them out. :D
  5. CPU - Conisder dropping to an I5 to save some money. Hyperthreading on the I7 won't benefit you while gaming so this isn't really a big deal..
    CPU - i5-3570k - $240

    Storage - An SSD + HDD combo would be a better performance match. Use the money saved from the CPU and look toward something like...
    SSD - Mushkin 120GB - $100
    HD - Samsung F4 2TB - $120 - Has combo offer with DVD

    OS - Unless you know you need the additional features of Pro, go with Home Professional. No need to spend the extra money.

    PSU - The Corsair TX650 would be a good choice for that system as-is. If you are keeping the option open for adding another GTX560 Ti down the road, then opt up for the TX850. Other options...
    XFX 650w - $63 after MIR and Coupon Code
    XFX 850w - $102 after MIR
  6. sadams04 said:
    CPU - Conisder dropping to an I5 to save some money. Hyperthreading on the I7 won't benefit you while gaming so this isn't really a big deal..
    CPU - i5-3570k - $240

    Storage - An SSD + HDD combo would be a better performance match. Use the money saved from the CPU and look toward something like...
    SSD - Mushkin 120GB - $100
    HD - Samsung F4 2TB - $120 - Has combo offer with DVD

    OS - Unless you know you need the additional features of Pro, go with Home Professional. No need to spend the extra money.

    PSU - The Corsair TX650 would be a good choice for that system as-is. If you are keeping the option open for adding another GTX560 Ti down the road, then opt up for the TX850. Other options...
    XFX 650w - $63 after MIR and Coupon Code
    XFX 850w - $102 after MIR

    Okay Thanks. I might get i5 but I dont want an SSD. They are Too Expensive for what its worth. Also they have a Higher Tendency to fail than HDDs Also I have Considered getting a Different case. ThermalTake Chaser MK-I, the cooling isnt as good as the HAF 932 But Its pretty good looking and is good for cable management. So I think i should get a Tx750 with it.
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