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    Red face Advice on new PSU

    Hello there,

    Hope everyone is fine.

    My 10 years old computer died... So I'm making a new one.
    I'm receiving many parts I order, just waiting for the last.

    PSU is the last part I have to order and I should need some recommandations before ordering (power & model).

    PC details :
    CPU : 5600x + liquid cooler 360
    GPU : 6800xt
    Mobo : x570 Tomahawk
    Ram : ddr4 3600 8x2
    Case fans : 4 x 140
    HDD : Seagate 7200rpm 2to
    SSD pcie4/nvme : 1 x 500 ; 1 x 2to
    Peripherals : mouse, keyboard, controler, headphones

    Thank you for reading and for your help.
    Wish you a nice day !

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    On LDLC the Enermax Revolution D.F. 650W is a good choice for your PC.
    https://www.ldlc.com/fiche/PB00268709.html

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    Hello The Mask

    Thank you for answering me.

    Didn't know Enermex makes good quality PSU.
    Price seems really good. Can't really ask for more.

    This is a really stable one, right ?

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    Technical they don't make good quality power supplies anymore. Around 9 years ago they stopped with that. Nowadays they let other manufacturers produce their power supplies. This one is made by CWT, it's their so-called GPU design. But yeah it's a good PSU, good performance, good quality, silent and a good price.

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    It nails it, then.

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge

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    Got the PSU. Very well build one. Lovely. Thanks again for your knowledge

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