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Only 75W for $60, that must be some premium components to power my old light bulb. ;-)
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Only 75W for $60, that must be some premium components to power my old light bulb. ;-)
You can probably power an efficient rig without too many components (i.e. cpu mobo, men stuck, one sad, that's it)
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You can probably power an efficient rig without too many components (i.e. cpu mobo, men stuck, one sad, that's it)
Fail on so many levels.

I think he was pointing out that this is a 750W PSU. You can power many more Men Stucks and Sads with this.
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If I was looking to buy the CP-9020133-NA (550W Version), this will be a better buy right?
And there won't be any build conflict right? (building my first pc, don't know much)
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If I was looking to buy the CP-9020133-NA (550W Version), this will be a better buy right?
And there won't be any build conflict right? (building my first pc, don't know much)
You may want to try a psu calculator to estimate your wattage such as extreme [outervision.com], & cooler master [coolermaster.com]

If you get one that is too big you only use what you need. I got an 850 watt when a 600 w unit would have sufficed because the semi modular Corsair had longer cables for my thor tower. Didn't need quite the length but would have been frustrated if they were too short. I like the reviewers that take the unit apart and tell you how well it is made. Enjoy your build. I put in water cooling because I like the extra room it gives me to work. I hate cramped quarters like new car engine compartments.
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https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6817139208

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Would you like to correct your title for the 750 watt instead of 75W? We know what you mean. thanks for all the money saving posts.
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If I was looking to buy the CP-9020133-NA (550W Version), this will be a better buy right?
And there won't be any build conflict right? (building my first pc, don't know much)
more available power - other than cost no real downside

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Would you like to correct your title for the 750 watt instead of 75W? We know what you mean. thanks for all the money saving posts.
thanks for the HU
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