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Hello everyone, I'm new in the forum.
And I have the following problem with choosing the correct power supply such as watts. I want to emphasize that my PC is with low specifications.
I'm interested in what energy it's going to have whit all my components inside and is 350w PSU whit 80 % efficiency will be enough to handle it without making any extra problems.
Here are the components i use;
1. Motherboard - Gigabyte h81m-s2pv socket 1150
2.GPU - MSI Geforce GT1030 Aero Itx
3. Processor - Intel Celeron g1820 socket 1150
4 hard drive - x2 One Seagate barracuda 5200 RPM and samsung momentus 5200 rpm
5 Fan controller- NZXT Sentry 2 for now whit only one 140 mm Fractal Design fan. I have attached one more back case fan, 92 mm Arctic and one stock cpu cooler.
6. dvd rw
7. PCI E x1 WI FI module
8. RAM - Kingston ddr 3. 8 gb
After checking in some of the popular PSU calculators, the results are.

1. Cooler Master Calc - Load Wattage: 264 W
Recommended PSU Wattage: 314 W
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2 Seasonic Calc - Load Wattage: 264 W
Recommended PSU Wattage: 314 W
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3. outervision.com - Load Wattage: 258 W
Recommended UPS rating: 600 VA
Recommended PSU Wattage: 308 W
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Is it possible 350 w PSU handle this PC ?
If yes, the next question, be quiet! SYSTEM POWER B9 350W 80 PLUS is it good choice.under 40 euros.?
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Thank you all for your time reading my article and help.
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Your PC will probably only take around 100W under load and probably never gonna pas the 150W. Those calculators are always way of.

Anyhow a System Power B9 350W will work, but the System Power 9 400W is a better power supply. It uses a more modern internal design, which has better voltage regulation in a modern PC.
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The 300 and 350W are the same old design, get the 400W at least.

If possible a bit more like Pure Power 10 400W and up...

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Thanks a lot for the help. In my region there is not many good brands, only be quiet b9 is available. Other brands most popular are: Kougar, Zalman, njoy, fsp, fortron, Zalman and cooler master they all have 500 w versions.
Kougar vte 500 w
Kougar sl500
Zalman zm 600 w
Njoy titan 500 w
Fsp hexa+ 400
Cooler Master mwe 500 bulk
Cooler Master Elite v3 400 or 500 w versions
This is most popular in my region
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Do you have access to the Coolermaster Masterwatt (not MWE/Lite) or the FSP Hexa 85+?
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I have access to fsp hexa+ 400 model.
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Which Zalman ZM600 is it? If it's the ZM600TX, I believe it's decent. Offers a full set of protections and DC-DC. http://www.hw4all.com/zalman-zm500-tx-500w-review-test/

The FSP hexa and Hexa + are not good. Only the FSP Hexa 85+ X50 PSUs.
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There are:
Zalman zm400 lx
Zalman zm400 le
Zalman zm600 leii
Zalman zm600 lx
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There is fsp group fsp350-60apn 85+
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Au and i found a seasonic ssp 350st f3 350w
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