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Promoted 04-23-2016 by Randy71 at 10:51 AM View Original Post
BestBuy.com has EVGA 600W 80+ Certified Black ATX Power Supply (100-W1-0600-K1) on sale for $29.99. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks longmanj9

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lol, I'm so used to newegg deals that I was looking for the rebate on it. Nice find and repped
You should be totally fine with the 430w psu for that build. Although the 600w would give you more headroom if you ever wanted to step up to a more powerful graphics card.

You can always check out http://www.logicalincrements.com/ and https://pcpartpicker.com/
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#3
great price for a solid power supply! thanks op.
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I have mine on a 2500k over clocked with a gtx770. no issues.
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This is an amazing price for a solid power supply . Repped and bought
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lol, I'm so used to newegg deals that I was looking for the rebate on it. Nice find and repped
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Definitely nice not to have to deal with Newegg rebate BS. Not so nice to pay sales tax. Trade-offs.
Good price for a basic power supply though.
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I have this PS. It has been rock solid about two years now.
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thanks! I've been needing to add a backup to my stock Big Grin
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Ordered, great deal.
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this is pretty irrelevant to this post but I'm thinking about buying this PS. I recently got the evga 430w for $10 just because, well, it was $10. I'm slowly buying components to build a computer but don't really understand how to add up all the wattage from the different components. I want to get an AMD fx 8350 and a GTX 950. I get how much power they consume but what about everything else? would my 430w be enough or should I bump it up to this 600w?

Any answer would be greatly appreciated or even better if I could get a link to a good PC building community forum site. TIA! either way TU and repped cause this seems like a very good deal
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You can't find it this cheap on ebay. Get it while you can. This is a great backup PS for when Murphy's Law strikes you down in the middle of the night.
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Got one , thanks
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modular?
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Quote from Funkinyourface View Post :
this is pretty irrelevant to this post but I'm thinking about buying this PS. I recently got the evga 430w for $10 just because, well, it was $10. I'm slowly buying components to build a computer but don't really understand how to add up all the wattage from the different components. I want to get an AMD fx 8350 and a GTX 950. I get how much power they consume but what about everything else? would my 430w be enough or should I bump it up to this 600w?

Any answer would be greatly appreciated or even better if I could get a link to a good PC building community forum site. TIA! either way TU and repped cause this seems like a very good deal
You should be totally fine with the 430w psu for that build. Although the 600w would give you more headroom if you ever wanted to step up to a more powerful graphics card.

You can always check out http://www.logicalincrements.com/ and https://pcpartpicker.com/
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