Ocz Powerstream 420 Watt

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jays_rule

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Hi, this was my orignal plan for my pc. But I found out later that my motherboard supports AtX 2.0 power supply, and the ultra x-connect 500watt psu would not work. I'm thining about the OCZ powerstream 420 watt. It looks good, but would it be enough for my computer? And anyone who has this psu, please leave a comment
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For upgradability I would go for the OCZ powerstream 520 watt. It's a good powersupply with tweaking options for when you decide to overclock. Other good brands: Antec, Enermax, PC power+cooling(high end), Tagan series e-power, Seasonic(expensive again). Thats just a few. Best to just buy the best you can afford considering you will have a good upgrade path with the components chosen. Look for good amount of amperage on the +12v rail(mine runs dual +12v rails equalling 33amps and is considered pretty good but also expensive at 100 usd).
 
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