Will this PSU work for me?

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  1. That particular model is more wattage than you need, not the best brand for PSU, is a refurb model on top of that, and it's also sold out. Try this Antec Neo Eco 520W instead: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371030&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm_mmc=AFC-C8Junction-_-na-_-na-_-na&AID=10446076&PID=3938566&SID=


    Also, you have like a half a dozen threads open all over the forum asking about individual parts. Just make ONE thread and ask all your questions, then update that thread as needed if you have more.
  2. A. Its sold out because I bought it.
    B. Its higher wattage because I`m upgrading down the road.
    C. Nothing wrong with refurb :P
    D. I like smaller thread because I get questions faster.
  3. Why ask us for advice then if it is going to be completely irrelevant? If you already bought it, then it doesn't matter what we tell you.
  4. ckholt83 said:
    Why ask us for advice then if it is going to be completely irrelevant? If you already bought it, then it doesn't matter what we tell you.


    #reasons

    Anyways, so I can cancel if required, its just that it was on sale and about to go off.
  5. StrangeInstance said:
    A. Its sold out because I bought it.
    B. Its higher wattage because I`m upgrading down the road.
    C. Nothing wrong with refurb :P
    D. I like smaller thread because I get questions faster.


    for a 600 watt PSU with only on 6 pin and one 6+2 PCI power connections, you might as well went with a 500 watt PSU because your upgrade options aren't any better.

    a XFX 550W PRO550W Core Edition would have been cheaper, more reliable, 80 bronze efficiency and handled anything the OCZ would have, if not more.
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