I3 + GTX550 TI, what PSU should buy?

Ok, fast question, I want to know what PSU I should buy.

This is what I have:

ASUS P8H61-M LX3 or LX2;
Intel Core I3 2100 3.10Ghz;
HD 500Gb;
4Gb Ram;
Power Supply 250w;

And I want to buy a GTX 550 TI.

Also, if possible, tell me what you think about this Graphic Card, obviously I don't want everything in Ultra/Full HD, I just wanna play them at at least my full resolution (atm 1600x1200 --or something like this, it is not Full HD--).
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  1. I reccommend Antec HCG 520w. Antec get's their power supplies from SEASONIC, the most trusted power supplier. 80+bronze certified as well. I have the gtx 650ti and it works great for me. Depends what game your trying to play.
  2. thebadkarma said:
    I reccommend Antec HCG 520w. Antec get's their power supplies from SEAGATE, the most trusted power supplier. 80+bronze certified as well. I have the gtx 650ti and it works great for me. Depends what game your trying to play.


    I've never heard about SEAGATE on PSUs, I'll take a look.

    Well, I like any game, at the moment I want to play Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2, the only thing that makes me afraid now is the next generation, until now I haven't seen any game (from the new generation) that made me want to play it, but I'm sure one day there will be one, and I don't want to pay for a card that won't let me play what I want, as I said, it doesn't need to be in Ultra, I just wanna play.
  3. JefersonEuclides said:
    thebadkarma said:
    I reccommend Antec HCG 520w. Antec get's their power supplies from SEAGATE, the most trusted power supplier. 80+bronze certified as well. I have the gtx 650ti and it works great for me. Depends what game your trying to play.


    I've never heard about SEAGATE on PSUs, I'll take a look.

    Well, I like any game, at the moment I want to play Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2, the only thing that makes me afraid now is the next generation, until now I haven't seen any game (from the new generation) that made me want to play it, but I'm sure one day there will be one, and I don't want to pay for a card that won't let me play what I want, as I said, it doesn't need to be in Ultra, I just wanna play.


    Sorry I meant seasonic.
  4. thebadkarma said:
    JefersonEuclides said:
    thebadkarma said:
    I reccommend Antec HCG 520w. Antec get's their power supplies from SEAGATE, the most trusted power supplier. 80+bronze certified as well. I have the gtx 650ti and it works great for me. Depends what game your trying to play.


    I've never heard about SEAGATE on PSUs, I'll take a look.

    Well, I like any game, at the moment I want to play Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2, the only thing that makes me afraid now is the next generation, until now I haven't seen any game (from the new generation) that made me want to play it, but I'm sure one day there will be one, and I don't want to pay for a card that won't let me play what I want, as I said, it doesn't need to be in Ultra, I just wanna play.


    Sorry I meant seasonic.


    haha, fine!
  5. Guys, is this PSU able to work with my I3 and maybe the future GTX 550 TI?
    http://www.corsair.com/us/power-supply-units/cx-series-psu/cx430-80-plus-bronze-certified-power-supply.html
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