Will this psu run my pc

Hi my psu stopped working yesterday and I have been searching the internet for a new one. The psu I have found is the Cooler Master gx rs-750 psu will it run my pc? My system specs are

Gigabyte 990xa-ud3 motherboard
MSI twin frozr III 7950 Boost edition
AMD fx6100 cpu
160gb seagate hdd
OCZ 60Gb ssd
8GB kingston hyper X DDR3 RAM

I only have about £75 to spend on a PSU.

Any help is appreciated.

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  1. A 550W quality psu will do, i rather get the xfx 550 core edition and it's cheaper : http://www.novatech.co.uk/products/components/powersupplies/XFX/P1-550S-XXB9.html

    It's a quality psu, it's better than the cm psu.
  2. Would that run my pc? It seems a bit low. I don't really know too much about power supplies.
  3. http://www.novatech.co.uk/products/components/powersupplies/p1-750s-nlb9.html

    750watts and modular and within your budget. also made by seasonic and rebadged as xfx.

    seasonic the leader in power-supply units of today one of the leaders anyways.

    also the one dj recommanded is from the same branch but gives less room for upgrades or crossfire.
  4. shaine351 said:
    Would that run my pc? It seems a bit low. I don't really know too much about power supplies.

    Yes, it will do just fine, 550W is plenty for the 7950, it requires a 500W psu and 24A on the +12V rail, the xfx has 44A.
    Your system will not draw more that ~400W at full load.
  5. not for crossfire tho.

    kind of pointless to recommand him just 550 when he might one day do crossfire.
  6. He didn't mention crossfire, he probably doesn't need it, i only see one card.
  7. Thank you guys im going to buy one you have been great helps. :)
  8. well easy answer. if u dont need crossfire. take the 550watts dj recommanded if you do think about running crossfire one day than the 750 watt will be handy.

    750watt xfx:

    http://www.novatech.co.uk/products [...] -nlb9.html

    550watt xfx:

    http://www.novatech.co.uk/products [...] -XXB9.html

    choices comes down to will u need crossfire.
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