Which PSU should I get?

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Devastator

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Hey,

I was wondering which PSU I should get for the following computer specs:

Processor:
Intel Core 2 Duo E6750

Motherboard:
Intel D975XBX2

Graphics Card (PCI-Ex16):
HIS HD 2600XT 512MB IFAN 128BITS DDR III

Harddisk:
Maxtor 200GB 720

RAM:
DDR II (2x1) GB - 667

Drives:
1) DVD RW
2) CD RW

PCI:
1) PCI NIC
2) 56K Modem

Overclocking:
Stock CPU Speed: 2660
Stock Vcore: 1.25
OC CPU Speed: 4000
OC Vcore: 1.6
Estimated OC CPU Wattage: 160

CPU Utilization:
85% TDP

System Load:
90%

Capacitor Aging:
25%

I would really appreciate any help chosing which PSU to purchase. If there is any other information you need for this, let me know.

Thanks!
 

Devastator

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ChRoNo16 said:
Look at either an OCZ or an Ultra
Cool, thanks, although, I don't know much about PSUs, and was trying to figure out how much watts I would need and which type.
 
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You should be fine with a decent 500watt, although you can get a 600+ in case you decide to add a better video card, etc. in the future.
 
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I wouldn't look at either brand suggested above because they are not original psu manufacturers and this is one place you need the best. 550-600 sounds right and buy one of these brands for safety sake...Antec, Thermaltake or Enermax.
 
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