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    New computer CSU

    Need a new power supply for my pc, however the ones I usually use are now no longer on sale.
    I need one with a 24 pin mains, 1 Sata Cable, a 6+2 PCI express, 8 pin PCI express, and a 6 Pin PCI express, any other cables that come along I can strap to the side but can anyone help?

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    Re: New computer CSU

    Many PSUs for sale will fit your requirements, certainly too many to list, just look at what cables come with them. A good start would be: http://www.ebuyer.com/store/Componen...01---750W-PSUs

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    Re: New computer CSU

    Purssy I think most good value power supplies come with all those connectors. ( I recommend always spending good money on a PSU as it's so important for piece of mind).
    I think you should be listing the parts you have in your pc so we can get to the right wattage power supply you'd need and then provide you with a link.

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    Re: New computer CSU

    Graphics card; sapphire radeon 4850 x 2
    Motherboard; ASRock > K10N78
    Processor; amd phenom (tm) ii x4 955
    Ram; 5GB
    Memory; 1TB
    Not fantastic but it does the job.

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    Re: New computer CSU

    You may want to consider an upgrade at some point, that system is getting on now
    Regardless, for that you will want something like a 650W 80+ bronze rated PSU. I would recommend something like an XFX, SuperFlower, SeaSonic or EVGA unit.

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    Re: New computer CSU

    I don't need a new system, I have one but this is my alternate which my brother uses.
    The idea was to be suggested what power supply to use with the cables I know what wattage and cables I need but I can't seem to find one that matches, the problem is they never give a completed list of everything it as its always "3 PCE-I Cables" Great, but I need specific 6 pin and 8 pin PCE-Is and another 8 pin.

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    Re: New computer CSU

    Quote Originally Posted by purssy View Post
    I don't need a new system, I have one but this is my alternate which my brother uses.
    The idea was to be suggested what power supply to use with the cables I know what wattage and cables I need but I can't seem to find one that matches, the problem is they never give a completed list of everything it as its always "3 PCE-I Cables" Great, but I need specific 6 pin and 8 pin PCE-Is and another 8 pin.
    I gave you a link to a whole list. What's wrong with them?

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    Re: New computer CSU

    Quote Originally Posted by purssy View Post
    I don't need a new system, I have one but this is my alternate which my brother uses.
    The idea was to be suggested what power supply to use with the cables I know what wattage and cables I need but I can't seem to find one that matches, the problem is they never give a completed list of everything it as its always "3 PCE-I Cables" Great, but I need specific 6 pin and 8 pin PCE-Is and another 8 pin.
    I hear you and know what you must be going through, it's frustrating that most places seem to give you 90% of what you need in the information provided but they just fall short when it comes to a specific detail. There is an answer though, at least when it comes to power supplies, as Johnny Guru offer the most comprehensive reviews you're ever likely to find or need. My personal recommendation is the EVGA G2 650 Watt PSU and for details on what cables it comes with, follow this link.

    HTH.

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