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Will this power supply work with an asus p5q deluxe?

NagelFireNagelFire Member Posts: 409

http://www.buy.com/prod/corsair-750w-tx-series-80-plus-certified-power-supply-corsair-tx-cmpsu/q/loc/101/206178325.html

 

Will that 750w power supply work with my current motherboard? (its an asus p5q deluxe).

 

I havent heard of power supply compatibility issues, but you never know with computers now adays with all the compatibility shit..

Anyway, thanks.

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  • TheHatterTheHatter Member Posts: 2,547
  • illanadanillanadan Member Posts: 314

     It looks like you should have no problems using that PS :) Doesn't look like a bad price either for it.

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  • dfandfan Member Posts: 362

    You don't need that big psu with normal computer, get 450 watt version, you'll save cash and energy. 

  • NagelFireNagelFire Member Posts: 409
    Originally posted by dfan


    You don't need that big psu with normal computer, get 450 watt version, you'll save cash and energy. 

    Its not a normal computer, and the current version I have is a 500w version.

     

    Thanks for the response though.

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  • TheHatterTheHatter Member Posts: 2,547
    Originally posted by NagelFire

    Originally posted by dfan


    You don't need that big psu with normal computer, get 450 watt version, you'll save cash and energy. 

    Its not a normal computer, and the current version I have is a 500w version.

     

    Thanks for the response though.

     

    Yeah, don't listen to the kinda stuff. Personally, I run a 1100w and I could probably get by on an 800w. But my theory is, it's better to be overpower than under-power. Plus it leaves alot of room for OCing and upgrades.

     

    Of course if I leave my computer on 24/7 it raises my electric bill $150/mo. lmfao

  • dfandfan Member Posts: 362

    Well unless it's something absurd like 295 SLI or 5970 CF you won't need that big.

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