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Any Improvements Needed?

Zogerton
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The fans and the PSU seem meh, but because you already have them no need to replace em. The PSU has good reviews on PCPP, so it will probably not explode.

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I would personally change the psu. the 80+ (white) psu's from evga aren't that good anymore. and maybe a different case/fan setup would be better imo.

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1 minute ago, Origami Cactus said:

The fans and the PSU seem meh, but because you already have them no need to replace em. The PSU has good reviews on PCPP, so it will probably not explode.

does he own those fans? it looks like he doesn't as far as I can see

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Just now, Zogerton said:

I already have the PSU so is it necessary to upgrade

well, I would replace it. it's possible to run on, but better safe than sorry with that price for your components

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2 minutes ago, Zogerton said:

Understandable got any budget recommendations

Cx(m), supernova g2, masterwatt, and many more. If I remember right I saw the cx450m on sale for 25 bucks today. Maybe that's something?

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Just now, LukeSavenije said:

Cx(m), supernova g2, masterwatt, and many more. If I remember right I saw the cx450m on sale for 25 bucks today. Maybe that's something?

Sounds good thanks

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5 minutes ago, Zogerton said:

Understandable got any budget recommendations

TXM is pretty good for a budget PSU. I'd recommend RMx however (or a G2 if you prefer going with EVGA). CXM is alright but not super good (and it won't last as long as something like a RMx because of the sleeve-bearing fan).

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Just now, NunoLava1998 said:

TXM is pretty good for a budget PSU. I'd recommend RMx however (or a G2 if you prefer going with EVGA). CXM is alright but not super good (and it won't last as long as something like a RMx because of the sleeve-bearing fan).

I don't care what brand i just want it to possibly have sleeved/black cables and last long

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Just now, Zogerton said:

I don't care what brand i just want it to possibly have sleeved/black cables and last long

RM650x or TX650M (I'm leaving a lot of room for upgrading here)

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Just now, NunoLava1998 said:

RM650x or TX650M (I'm leaving a lot of room for upgrading here)

Anything good under $70 

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Just now, Zogerton said:

Anything good under $70 

RM550x (2018) is pretty close to 70$ (79$) and the not 2018 model under 70$.

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1 minute ago, NunoLava1998 said:

RM550x (2018) is pretty close to 70$ (79$) and the not 2018 model under 70$.

I feel like 80+ gold is out of my budget anything cheaper

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