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Thread: Need a PSU for Intel DP35DP

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    Aug 2008

    Default Need a PSU for Intel DP35DP

    Hi. I've decided to go for the Intel DP35DP motherboard and need a compatible, reliable power supply. I've looked around and there are so many PSU's around but which one is best for this motherboard - i will be maxing out the specs for this motherboard.

    Thanks for reading.

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    Join Date
    Sep 2008
    Canberra, Australia

    Default Re: Need a PSU for Intel DP35DP

    Just about any PSU will be compatible (as long as you dont buy a 10 year old bargain basement 50W piece of crap), its just a question of how much power you need. So really it would be good to know what kind of CPU and GPU, as well as HDDs you plan to have. For this kinda board, Id say you wouldnt need more than 650-700W. The Enermax Infiniti, OCZ Silencer, ThermalTake PurePower, BeQuiet Dark Power and Corsair HX are all great PSU series, which all come in different ratings, so you should be able to find models of any of these between 600 and 750W, which should be plenty for anything you can put on that mobo.
    NZXT Lexa BlackLine Case with Red LEDs
    Corsair TX-750 Modular PSU
    Gigabyte EP45-DS3P (BIOS F7)
    Intel Core 2 Quad Q9300 @ 3.73GHz (downclocked for the summer )
    OCZ Vendetta 2 CPU Heatsink
    2x 2GB Kingston HyperX RAM PC2-6400 @ 996MHz (4-5-5-15)
    3x Seagate Barracuda 7200.11 500GB HDD in RAID5
    2x HIS Radeon HD 4850 @ 745/1090 in CrossFireX
    2x ThermalTake DuOrb GPU Heatsink
    D-Link Super G PCI WLAN Adapter
    Asus Lightscribe 20x SATA II DVD-DL Burner
    Creative X-Fi XtremeGamer Fatal1ty Pro
    2x 22" LG W2252TQ-PF Widescreen LCD Monitor (YAY!! Finally got the second one!!)

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    Lsdmeasap is offline GIGABYTE Guru
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    Jan 2008
    PCB Island

    Default Re: Need a PSU for Intel DP35DP

    Yeap, Dont skimp on your PSU! It is THE MOST IMPORTANT thing you put in your system!!

    So find a decent one, that has enough Amps on the 12V Rail for your chosen Graphics card and you will be all set.

    Single RAIL is better, no matter what you hear or have heard in the past

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