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Will this PSU go with my PC?

#1blade6321Posted 8/16/2013 10:22:06 AM

I'm gonna upgrade to a Radeon 7850 for my graphics card.

I have no idea about compatibility- I tried looking online but kinda failed.

If someone could just give confirmation that it'd work that'd be great- if not alternatives would be appreciated.
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#2fataliPosted 8/16/2013 10:29:47 AM(edited)
700 watts seems a little high, you could run that card with 550W. Besides that it should work fine.
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#3blade6321(Topic Creator)Posted 8/16/2013 10:30:39 AM
fatali posted...
700 watts seems a little high, you could probably run that card with 550W. Besides that it should work fine.

Alright, thanks.

If anyone else wants to, then feel free to double check.
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#4ShubPosted 8/16/2013 10:37:27 AM
That depends mostly on your case (due to physical size) and your motherboard (due to the type of connector). I looked up a picture of your motherboard and it looks standard, so that will work.

Anyway, I suggest this PSU instead:
It's better quality and it'll save you 15.
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#5SnadadosPosted 8/16/2013 10:47:36 AM
700w is way overkill.

A good 400w supply could run your setup, but getting a little more powerful PSU isn't a bad idea to leave you room for future upgrades and additions.

A 500w should be fine for most any single GPU setup as long as it is a quality power supply.

These should all be good reliable units and provide enough power for your system.,11,95,71&w=500,400&sort=a7

PSUs are pretty universal. So long as you don't have some super tiny case you should be fine with most anything on the list.
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