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    Decent power supply? :help:

    hey,

    first of all id like to say thanks for taking your time to read this thread.

    secondly i was wondering if anyone can recommend me a fairly decent power supply that is capable of an nvidia gtx 260 or something like that (not sure if the name of the gfx card is right btw)
    but also i wouldnt like to spend too much on it, so anything less than £50 pound will be awesome.
    i will be using an intel e5200 btw, almost forgot to put that in
    thanks very much,

    snipes

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    Re: Decent power supply? :help:

    Well tomorrow I will take delivery of an Enermax Modu82+ 425W (Hope blitzen doesn't see this.. ). It's £51 on scan and that is a very good deal frankly considering the prices of other PSU's right now

    Best I can think of. It's silent, modular, amazingly efficent and enough power for that system with ease

    http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/425W-...uard-SafeGuard

    OR

    If you are worried that isn't enough power..

    This is £48 on scans today only page (until tomorrow lunch)
    http://www.scan.co.uk/product.aspx?ProductId=22830

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    Re: Decent power supply? :help:

    All good options from TAKTAK as well.

    the 525W Enermax is enough to run anything reasonable but ~400W is enough..

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    Re: Decent power supply? :help:

    thanks for the ideas (Y)
    very appreciated
    ill probably go for one of these when i can afford to upgrade xD

    snipes

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