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I can get it for $49.99 free shipping. It would power a Radeon 5770. I have an Intel Core 2 Duo E6850, 3 GHz

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OCZ ModXStream Pro Power Supply
700-Watt, Modular, Dual +12V Rails, SATA, 80Plus

OCZ ModXStream 700-Watt Pro Power Supply
Wattage:
700W
SLI/Crossfire:
SLI Ready
Modular Cabling:
Yes
Energy Efficiency:
80 PLUS
Fan:
140 mm
+3.3V:
25 A
+5V:
25 A
+12V 1:
25 A
+12V 2:
25 A
-12V:
0.3 A
+5VSB:
2.5 A
Motherboard Connector:
20+4 Pin
4-Pin/8-Pin EPS Connector:
1
6-Pin PCI-Express Connector:
1
6-Pin/8-Pin PCI-Express Connector:
1
4-Pin Floppy Connector:
2
4-Pin Peripheral Connector:
4
SATA Power Connector:
6
 

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You could do better, but you could certainly do worse also.

OCZ seem to work well on European power, but not so much over here in the US. It's not that they're terrible, there are much worse options out there. If it were my sytem I would go with a Corsair (not the gaming or builders series) or a Seasonic unit.
 

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