I have about £60-70 to spend on a PSU for my 8800GT, however, even though I don't need a takn PSU, i'd like one which is like a bit better, to be more future proof kinda. I've been looking at the Corsair ones, but I haven't a clue which brands to go for. :| Specs: Lian Li Case Pentium D at 2.80ghz - Upgrade soon 2GB of DDR2 at 667MHZ - Adding another 2 GB 8800GT - PSU not good enough to run, so 8600GTS (shit piece)
Good. Like I said, I need one for running possibly newer cards like the 9800GTX perhaps in the future.
Dread thinks I'm a special person
3rd May 2006
this is a top psu will keep you comp running for years to come Corsair TX 650W PSU - 120mm Fan, 80+% Efficiency, Single +12V Rail - Ebuyer
1st January 2005
Depends whether you now have or plan to upgrade to an SLI MB and run two video cards eventually.
Nah, never, just single for life, but something better like the 9800GTX eventually!
A Phoenix from the ashes
18th April 2006
I'd go with a Thermaltake Toughpower, or if you can find somewhere that supplies them, anything from PC Power and Cooling.