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Author Topic: How to Choose the Right Power Supply  (Read 25027 times)

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Re: How to Choose the Right Power Supply
« Reply #60 on: February 12, 2014, 09:12:06 pm »
ya bro after a long time :) left gaming couple of months back but everything changed back to the previous state after i brought that 280x he he :P ...

actually not trying to buy another psu :P - thought of selling the one i'm using at the moment and going for something with 750w ... hmmm ...
Why 750w? It is only 100w more than the 650w.
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