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Nvidia gts 450

4 GB ram

Amd athlon x4 840

2 fans

HDD 500gb

What's the best PSU for this PC ?

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Nvidia gts 450

4 GB ram

Amd athlon x4 840

2 fans

HDD 500gb

Can i use 520w psu ?

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What model of PSU is it?

MODECOM FEEL PSU 520W ATX 2.3 or CASE PSU ATX 520W/FAL525FS12 TECNOWARE

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MODECOM FEEL PSU 520W ATX 2.3

No-name PSUs are fire hazards, dont use it.

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Nvidia gts 450

4 GB ram

Amd athlon x4 840

2 fans

HDD 500gb

What's the best PSU for this PC ?

Check out the PSU whitelist in my sig for some options. That's not a super high-end PC so my gut says that an EVGA 500B will be fine but if you have some more money to spend a modular PSU like an Antec High Current Gamer would be a good choice.

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Check out the PSU whitelist in my sig for some options. That's not a super high-end PC so my gut says that an EVGA 500B will be fine but if you have some more money to spend a modular PSU like an Antec High Current Gamer would be a good choice.

why not this sale http://www.ncixus.com/products/?usaffiliateid=1000031504&sku=97531&vpn=110-B2-0750-VR&manufacture=eVGA&promoid=1027

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Where are you shopping/located? Budget?

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Where are you shopping/located? Budget?

 

From ebay ! and budget was 300-400 eur !

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From ebay ! and budget was 300-400 eur !

Why such a large budget for a psu?

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From ebay ! and budget was 300-400 eur !

That seems really high for a PSU.. you could snag something like a 850-1000 watt fully modular psu and save like 300 euros I imagine.

 

I kind of get the feeling you mean the budget for the system was 300-400 euros.

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