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I'm trying to find a power supply big enough to power a GeForce gtx960. My current one is super weak and can't. I know it needs an atx power supply but I'm not sure what I need to get that's powerful enough. I'd like to keep it under 75 if possible. I've found this one on Amazon but don't know if it will work or not. Any suggestions? Link is below

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  1. That power supply is a fire hazard , get a great one.

    Here's a solid one.

    SeaSonic G Series 550-Watt ATX12V/EPS12V SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS GOLD Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply SSR-550RM
  2. rohitbaran said:
    The psu lists its 600W power as peak. Don't bother with it and get a Seasonic or EVGA.

    If I can find one cheap I'll go with that. Sucks to be a budget gamer but I afford what I can. I think the gtx takes 500 last I recall. Any suggestions or links to any cheap ones?
  3. Get the SEASONIC I posted above , don't skimp on the PSU.
  4. SR-71 Blackbird said:
    Get the SEASONIC I posted above , don't skimp on the PSU.


    Would this work? It's corsair and they're usually not bad. Hate to skimp but with the holidays here I have to. Also does the mobo or processor matter on the psu? It's a fairly new computer. Just a year old.
  5. Yep, don't be too cheap on the psu. Your budget supply will later cause to lose all your more expensive components if it fails.
  6. The CX600M will run it easily , just not the greatest power supply quality wise.
  7. What's the reason the previous one I posted is no good? Reading all the reviews and comments it seems nice for the price. Just to power a gtx 960 and a fx 8320 quad core processor
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