Hi, I am looking for a cheapest and decent PSU that won't fail me for a few years. I use my PC for photography editing, internet and casual gaming from time to time. Computer usualy runs 4-8 hours a day.
Specifications are following:
- AMD FX 6300
- Gigabyte 970UD3
- Saphire ATI Radeon 5670 1Gb
- 2x 4Gb Corsair Vengance 1600Mhz
- 2x 7200rpm HDD
- 240mm, 120mm, 3x 90mm fans
- USB 3.0 PCI-e card
Wattage calculators are suggesting 290-340W with no OC.
Don't cheap out on a PSU. You could fry your hardware. Get Corsair, Seasonic, or XFX. Newegg is out of stock with all good PSUs. NCIX has some good stuff though.
Since I am from Croatia, NewEgg means absolutley nothing to me in terms of availability.
What do you think about Corsair CX430? http://www.corsair.com/en/cx430-80-plus-bronze-certified-power-supply.html
yeah dont go cheap on the psu; however some of the corsair psu's have a decent price tag and they are pretty stable.
make sure to shop for at least an 80 plus psu and a single 12v rail
That would work alright, but I'd order from elsewhere. Corsair (at least to the US) is outrageous on their shipping charges.
OCZ PSU's are okay, little noisey but solid.