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750W Thermaltake Toughpower TPD-0750M 80+ Gold Modular Power Supply for $54.99 AR, 1000W Corsair RM1000x 80+ Gold Full Modular Power Supply for $114.99 AR & More @ Newegg.com

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Last Edited by TDMVP73 August 19, 2016 at 07:29 PM
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I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.

80 Plus Bronze Certified Power Supplies:
80 Plus Gold Certified Power Supplies:
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Last Edited by TDMVP73 August 19, 2016 at 02:46 AM
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Does anyone know how quiet these PSU's are?
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Bump

Additional PSUs added to OP.
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group regulated?
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rebate, yuck...
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Best deal, imo, is the fully modular Corsair RM750X at $69.99 AR.

Scored 9.8/10 over at jonnyguru:

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules....6&reid=452
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Would I look for PSUs in the 600-700W range for a mid-range gaming PC?
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Quote from blakstealth View Post :
Would I look for PSUs in the 600-700W range for a mid-range gaming PC?
Depending on how you define "mid-range", that might actually be a good bit more than what you need. The important thing (well, one important thing) is to get a good quality PSU. The components you plan to build with should determine what wattage you should go after. Something around 500w would most likely be plenty, unless you plan to go with an SLI setup or something (which isn't generally considered "mid-range").
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Quote from blakstealth View Post :
Would I look for PSUs in the 600-700W range for a mid-range gaming PC?
You can virtually "build" your pc over at pcpartpicker and from there it will tell you the estimated wattage you will be consuming. From there you can buy your power supply accordingly
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