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Hi, this is going to be my second computer, and I'm not the best when it come to power supplies. Below will be a link to the pc I am currently buying parts for, and I was wondering if the PSU that I have chosen would be a good choice. If it isn't a good choice, then what would be a better PSU? A modular PSU would be nice, but I can go with the semi modular if need be. Thank you

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That's a pretty good PSU in my opinion. I don't think there'd be a need to get any other one. Gold and gives more than 25%, A-Okay in my books
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We don't know anything.

Honestly, not the worst list i've seen put together on here was decently matched up until the PSU and RAM.

Budget?
Aesthetics?
What games do you plan on playing?
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Mitochondria wroteWe don't know anything.

Honestly, not the worst list i've seen put together on here was decently matched up until the PSU and RAM.

Budget?
Aesthetics?
What games do you plan on playing?

What is wrong with the RAM? Recommendations?
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darkshadow1299 wrote
Mitochondria wroteWe don't know anything.

Honestly, not the worst list i've seen put together on here was decently matched up until the PSU and RAM.

Budget?
Aesthetics?
What games do you plan on playing?

What is wrong with the RAM? Recommendations?


2x4GB first off. Paired with a 1070 doesn't make much sense IMO.

Like i said help us out a little and we can help you.
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Mitochondria wrote
darkshadow1299 wrote
Mitochondria wroteWe don't know anything.

Honestly, not the worst list i've seen put together on here was decently matched up until the PSU and RAM.

Budget?
Aesthetics?
What games do you plan on playing?

What is wrong with the RAM? Recommendations?


2x4GB first off. Paired with a 1070 doesn't make much sense IMO.

Like i said help us out a little and we can help you.

Budget: I don't really have one, but for the sake of this post around 1500
Aesthetic's: I don't care about color as long as it performs well.
Games I will likely play: Minecraft, Battlefield 1, GTA 5, Counter strike(although it doesn't take a lot to run csgo).
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Intel:

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