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It hasn't been fully built yet as the power supply doesn't work, I've tried the paper clip test and it didn't work and after getting a replacement, it is also faulty. So I'm looking for a new power supply of around the same price that works with it.
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bumping since i need a new psu
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Try a corsair 500W PSU as that setup is simmilar to my new one
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The next best one for the price would be [ Register or Signin to view external links. ] followed by [ Register or Signin to view external links. ] .

Both are a little bit more money but for the same price, you would only get a corsair builder PSU.
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Any of those will be fine. However, it is very unlikely that you would receive a DOA PSU, and even more unlikely the replacement would also be DOA.
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Any of those will be fine. However, it is very unlikely that you would receive a DOA PSU, and even more unlikely the replacement would also be DOA.


I tried the paperclip test twice and both of them didn't work so I'm not quite sure what the issue could have been
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