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All the stores are from my country i put price in euros so you can manage easier.
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100 Euro for the RM550x is probably the best option there, despite breaking budget, the stuff at 70-80 Euro is all pretty shit (B1, Green CX etc)
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I believe this EVGA G3 750 would be the best choice, even though it's used. Just check with the seller and make sure you're getting all the cables, and if not, make sure you at least get enough of them to power all your hardware.

This Seasonic X-660 is also a great choice if used PSUs are acceptable. Despite some mileage on it I fully expect it to last 5+ years without a hitch, and possibly a lot longer.

If aiming for strictly new/unused, and if you can stretch your budget for 5 more Euros, you can grab this Corsair TX-550M. It's a relatively new addition to Corsair's line, based on an excellent Great Wall 80+ Gold platform. Should last quite long and has excellent performance, if a bit faster than needed fan and a very short hold-up time.
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Well then it's testing looking at no names and some real Clandestine looking units again...some not bad priced and actually don't look too bad.
Being Honest, Pretty much that guy that never had or picked a too fascinating unit or anything...That last Rosewill was nothing to write about or anything ok/mediocre unit.
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Thanks guys for responses i found a PSU its brand new Corsair TX650.
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Thanks guys for responses i found a PSU its brand new Corsair TX650.
That's not possible. A Corsair TX650 is at least 5 years old, but it could also be 10,5 years old. Because Corsair sold the four different versions of the TX650 between 2008 and 2013.
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Oh sorry my bad didnt see exact model its CORSAIR TX Series Modular TX550M Gold 550W. I hope it is good.
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Oh sorry my bad didnt see exact model its CORSAIR TX Series Modular TX550M Gold 550W. I hope it is good.
If the price of the TX550M is around 80 euros then it's a good choice.
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