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Old 05-07-2016, 04:05 AM   #1
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I have only just found out why my computer is doing so bad frame rate anyway my computer has a 230 watt psu I didn't put it in I want to get my computer working with a good power supply and possibly put more stuff in it in the future ,

I have a fx4130 quad core 3.8 ghz processor
a gtx 630 - 4gb edition that requires 300watt to run
6 fans - 1 lights up
hdd 1tb but I want to change it to ssd
two disk trays
x2 8gb rams
a lot of usb stuff to power
I want it to have power to run and abit to upgrade in the future can anyone tell me what watt psu I need for this and I will spend like 90 max

many thanks levireid

oh and I'm trying to play day z
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Something like a XFX or Seasonic branded 550W PSU will do the job well. Antec and EVGA makes some okay units as well, but ask about those brands before picking one up.
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Have a go with one of this PSU calculators....this will give you a general idea on total wattage needed.

eXtreme Power Supply Calculator

Cooler Master: Power Supply Calculator

https://us.msi.com/power-supply-calculator

Newegg.com - Recommended Power Supply Calculator.
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