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    Just found the SSD, it´s 10€ more expensive but if it is worth it then i might go for it xD
    Well that (IGP) is something i don´t understand quiet well xD
    I know what it is but i don´t know if it is enought or what...

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    Just found the SSD, it´s 10€ more expensive but if it is worth it then i might go for it xD
    Well that (IGP) is something i don´t understand quiet well xD
    I know what it is but i don´t know if it is enought or what...

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    Yeah the SSD is definitely worth the 10 dollars, the new revision of the Kingston V300 is much slower: http://www.anandtech.com/show/7763/a...er-micron-nand

    About the graphics card, I would try the IGP first. It's always possible to buy a new graphics card if the IGP is to slow of course.

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    Thank´s alot man xD
    oh and by the way, the psu LC6600 for that pc without the graphic card is enough? I know it probably does not have the fully 600w power but even if it only has 400w of true power there should be no problem i think...
    And im also not going to pull much from it, so there shouldn´t be a problem

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    As long as it has a 6 pins PEG connector it should be enough for your PC with R7 260X. Even a 300W PSU can be more then enough. Isn't there a decent ~300W PSU available? Better get a decent ~300W PSU then this "600W" LC-Power.

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    DBX PSU 300w 80 + Bronze ATX, found this one for 35€, the LC one is 25€, but this one as a certified of 80+ Bronze. What do you think?

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    Do you have a link to the PSU or picture from the PSU?

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    If you want something cheap then get the FSP300-60HHN. It's enough for a PC without graphics card or with a graphics card that doesn't need a external power connector, for example a R7 250, GTX 750 or GTX 750 Ti.

    If you need a PSU with PEG connector then get the Corsair CX430 Bronze.

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    Man thank you so much xD you have been really helpfull xD

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