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650 or 850 and what case?

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just get a supernova G2/G3 at 650W instead of 850W unless you plan on doing SLI with the highest end cards. Meshify C is a great case but keep in mind that it is pretty damn small for an ATX frame. I love it because its tiny but it makes it a pain if you stuff it with too much stuff like i have

Hello I want to upgrade mt current 500 watt non mod psu to either a 650 watt or 850 modular I currently have a 1070 and r5 2600 and currently EVGA - SuperNOVA G3 850 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply is $100 and I will be most likely be upgrading to a 1080 or 1080ti in a couple years and I need a new case I want a white and black theme and I like the meshify c white case and thermals are really good but are there any better?

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just get a supernova G2/G3 at 650W instead of 850W unless you plan on doing SLI with the highest end cards. Meshify C is a great case but keep in mind that it is pretty damn small for an ATX frame. I love it because its tiny but it makes it a pain if you stuff it with too much stuff like i have

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