Help me with a PSU on my build

Intel Core i7-3770k

Asus Sabertooth Z77

Kingston HyperX 2x8GB 1600Mhz (I dont if 10th year anniversary is good, if not the original hyperX)

Kingston HyperX 3K 120Gb SSD

Seagate Barracuda 1Tb

Sapphire 7970 VaporX

NZXT Phantom 410

LiteON iHAs 124

CoolerMaster 212x (cause its the only one available here right now) OR do i need Corsair H100i? (also available)

PSU (????)

Other Infos:

1. I will not overclock for the mean time ill overclock a little for now (i will overclock probably later when I cant play games anymore and I have my permanent address)

2. Ill be playing most of the time

3. Ill be playing 1080p (multiple monitor setup is not my priority right now)

4. Im in Hong Kong so not all parts are available

5. I dont know how much Watts I need but IF ill get multiple monitor setup ill probably need another video card

6. PSU here arranged according to Price (I looked up at 750W up because i dont know the needed Wattage and maybe ill add another VaporX in the future)

 Seasonic Platinum 1000W

 Antec High Current Pro 1000W PLatinum

 Seasonic X Series 1050W Gold

 Cooler Master SIlent Pro 1000W Gold

 Cooler Master V Series 1000W Gold

 Antec High Current Pro 850W

 Corsair HX Pro 850W Gold

 Cooler Master V Series 850W Gold

 Cooler Master Silent Pro 800W GOld

 Antec High Current Gamer 750W Bronze

(lll be also filling my case with fans)


a 650W 80+ gold is more then enough. ofc a 750W 80+bronze or better, gives you more room to add things later. but i would only go for a 850W 80+gold if if plan to go on crosfire a second 7970 vapor X. if you not, then a 650W will be enough, just make sure it has at least a 80+ certification.

Thank you so much. how about my cpu cooler? is it okay?

that coolermaster 212 evo is a good cooler for stock speeds, but wenn you want to go on oc then please buy a better one. the corshair H100i LC cooler is fine. i dont know what parts all available on where you live but for an air cooler the Phanteks PH-TC14PE_BK is a very great aircooler.

grtz Angel ☺

Lepa G 650 Mas, Seasonic G 550, Rosewill Capstone 550 M. all 80+  Gold, semi-modular, and great build quality, with low ripple.

For this system, you only need 500W, even with overclocking. Unless you plan on getting a second 7970, a 650W PSU or 750W will be useless. I'd personally go for the Lepa G 650 if you plan on getting a second 7970, or even a Corsair AX750 or HX650/HX750.

As for the CPU cooler, the Phanteks PH-TC14PE is going to be much better than the 212+, and noticably better and quieter than the H100i. I hate CLCs; too prone to leaks, coil whine, and they just generaly underperform, especially for the price. The Phanteks PH-TC14PE comes in a variety of colors, and can handle a 5.0gHz OC on your 3770k, if your chip can hit it.