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My friend has some high wattage ones lying around his house... So I have free backups :)

I'm going to try to buy it after I get the permission from my parents...

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If a power supply blows there's a large risk it'll take the whole of your system with it.

A free backup PSU isn't much use if your diabloshit blows up your motherboard.

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If a power supply blows there's a large risk it'll take the whole of your system with it.

A free backup PSU isn't much use if your diabloshit blows up your motherboard.

How about this one?

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Had some iffy reviews the Rosewill.

Get a corsair CX430.

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Had some iffy reviews the Rosewill.

Get a corsair CX430.

Too much money.

I need one that's ~$15

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Had some iffy reviews the Rosewill.

Get a corsair CX430.

What about this one?

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If it's got to be ~$15 then get the Rosewill.

Skimp on anything but the PSU in my books.

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If it's got to be ~$15 then get the Rosewill.

Skimp on anything but the PSU in my books.

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Is this right? This is the newegg shopping cart page.

It it a reasonable price for what I'm getting, and will this work for a long time, at a fast speed?

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Wow... Just saw the size of my iPhone screenshots... They're HUGE!

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Wow... Just saw the size of my iPhone screenshots... They're HUGE!

Yeah, iPhone 4 has a large resolution.

If your adamant not to go with a quality PSU then so be it, Rosewill is probably your best bet.

It's not going to be a fast computer, it's a dual core.

8GB of RAM is no different to 4GB unless you do a lot of After Effects and similar stuff.

Maybe get 4GB RAM and a better PSU?

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