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    Choosing power supply

    Hi everyone,
    Im planning to buy a PSU, so I choosed this one:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817104951

    Just a question:
    Will this work with my MSI 661FM2 motherboard?

    This is my system config:
    Intel celeron 2.6GHZ
    MSI 661FM2
    ATA 100 40GB 5400RPM Seagate hdd
    Ati radeon 9600XT 256MB
    1 Cd-rw drive, 1 dvd drive
    1 floppy drive

    I think 300W is enough for my system. I heard the FSP psus are very good.
    My 200W PSU is from FSP and never failed.
    Any comments on FSP Group power supplies?
    Thanks

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    Get an Antec, thats all you will ever need hehe~!
    Theyre way too good!

    And I suggest that you may get a bigger one. Dont think about what you need now, think about what you might need in the future... Get a 500w +

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    The Fortron PS are good, lots of overclockers use them and report great results.

    I would suggest this one http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817104954

    Most of us TZ'ers believe the PS is one of if not the most important part of our PC's. Get a good powerful one.

    Antec, Enermax, OCZ, Silverstone, are the brands I like

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    I usually prefer to stick with Antec,Enermax or Thermaltake.Have been using them for a while with no problems yet.

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    Question

    Thanks for your suggestions. But, even for the future, 300 is more than enough. Im not interested in dual core processors and things very high tech.
    A question:
    Will the PSU that i listed work with my MSI 661FM2 motherboard?
    The main connector of the 300W PSU is 20+4pin. My motherboard connector is standard 20pin, and the processor cable.
    Thanks.

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    Yes it'll work with your MB, its setup for the 20+4 pin.

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