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Thread: Upgrading to ATI X850 XT PE PCI-E




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    Default Upgrading to ATI X850 XT PE PCI-E

    I am posting here to get some help/suggestions. I already posted a reply because I did a search and found a thread with a similar situation but I am looking for more replies. Here is the link:

    http://forums.tweaktown.com/showthre...765#post233765

    The video card will hopefully be here soon and I am planning on upgrading the PSU to maybe 400w or more. My eMachines T6520 has a 300w PSU and I need help choosing one that will fit and keep my PC running and cool. Any ideas?

    Like I mentioned in the other thread, I don't want to take any chances and am thinking about either adding a fan or upgrading the ones I already have. Any suggestions?

    Am I covering everything? Thanks.

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    Default Re: Upgrading to ATI X850 XT PE PCI-E

    So many views, so little replies!

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    Default Re: Upgrading to ATI X850 XT PE PCI-E

    crap, I missed this one! I would either go with an OCZ 450W Modstream or an Antec 450W+ PSU. My personal choice is the OCZ and would be a wonderful PSU for you and cheap too. Stay far far far away from the bargain units, they are just not worth crap.
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