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Old 12-07-2017
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Good day to all,

I am looking to buy a new PC so i configured one myself. However as I am not that competent I would ask you for some help. I have included the following parts :

MSI B350 Gaming Plus, AMD B350, s.AM4, 4x DDR4,
VGA APU VGA, DVI-D, HDMI, 2x PCI-E 3.0 x16, 2x
PCI-E x1, 2x PCI, SATA3, 1x M.2 port Key M,
USB3.1/2.0, RAID, 8ch. HD audio, GLAN, Retail

AMD Ryzen 5 1400 3.2GHz (3.4GHz with Turbo), s.AM4,
8MB L3 Cache, 2MB L2 Cache, 64 bit, 65W, DDR4
support, AMD Wraith Stealth 65W

DDR4 8GB 3000MHz XPG D10, Adata

Western Digital 120GB, Green WDS120G1G0A, SATA3,
2.5" 7mm

Western Digital 1TB, Caviar Blue WD10EZEX, SATA3,
64MB, 7200rpm

Ati Gigabyte GV-RX580AORUS-8GD, Aorus RX 580, 8GB
GDDR5, 256 bit, PCI-E 3.0, DVI-D HDMI, 3x DisplayPort

Zalman R1, ATX Mid Tower Case, White

So the main question is the choice of PSU. I am looking at Zalman ZM700-LX 700W, 80 plus and Seasonic S12II-620 SS-620GB, 620W, 80 Plus Bronze. I would like some help from more experienced people. If You think that i can get better psu for the same money - i am ready for your suggestions. Budget is around 85-90 USD.
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For 85-90 USD you should be able to get a good 450/550W power supply, no reason to go for low-end stuff.
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What would you suggest, 450w would it be enough for this pc?
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Without overclocking or with just small overclocks a good 450W power supply is more then enough.

I don't know what's available in Bulgaria. Can you give us a link to the store('s)?
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https://www.jmt.bg/zahranvashi-blokove.html
Unfortunately the site does not have an English version. Prices are in leva so You should watch for a psu around 150-160 lv.
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I think this is the best option
https://www.jmt.bg/be-quiet-pure-pow...bn277-pid25698
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If you're not gonna overclock the be quiet! Pure Power 10 400W CM is also enough
https://www.jmt.bg/be-quiet-pure-pow...bn276-pid25700
It's a good and silent power supply that should work for at least 7 years.

If you are gonna overclock and maybe upgrade the CPU to for example a Ryzen 5 1600 the Pure Power 10 500W CM, which breixobaloca already posted is perfect.

And if you want a power supply that's gonna last 10 years or even more the Seasonic Focus Plus 550W is a good choice.
https://www.jmt.bg/seasonic-focus-pl...550fx-pid26199
With a PSU like this you can also easily upgrade to a Ryzen 5 or 7 CPU with a Vega 56, GTX 1070 or GTX 1080 and even have some room for overclocking.
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I am really thankful for your answers and advices ! I will probably go for the seasonic. Thank you both ! Have a nice evening and best wishes.

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Good choice! I didn't see it was for 175lv.
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