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Buying the right PSU Pfor my PC

By xMichaelC
Jun 2, 2009
  1. How do i find the right and best psu for my pc. the PSU is already fried (im pretty sure of) so which one would be the right one for my pc:

    Acer Aspire E500-ZB72

    Intel celeron D 346

    1GB DDRII

    DVD RW Dual, Double layer.

    Microsoft windows MCE2005

    My fried PSU is a LITEON PE-6301-08AP (300W)
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    Nothing has been modified or changed. only the hard drive when i bought it in 2005 it came with 200GB Sata harddrive it was fried so im running a old 9 GB hard drive with a USB 1TB harddrive

    so a need some help finding the right PSU for my PC. Help appreciated
     
  2. xMichaelC

    xMichaelC TS Rookie Topic Starter

    this will fit my needs right?:

    Rasurbo DLP-530W Pro Silent PSU (17db)
     
  3. larryiam

    larryiam TS Rookie Posts: 476

    You have to watch buying off brand psu they will fry your whole system.......antec earthwatts 380w psu would prolly do you better.
     
  4. Rage_3K_Moiz

    Rage_3K_Moiz Sith Lord Posts: 5,431   +28

    It looks like a Super Flower or FSP design, but I'm not too sure of it.

    Personally however, you would be better off going with a well-known PSU brand rather than taking a chance with the Rasurbo. How much is your budget and where are you located? We can probably recommend something decent that's within your budget.
     
  5. xMichaelC

    xMichaelC TS Rookie Topic Starter

    well i ordered the rasurbo waiting on it know. it wont fry my system right? better with more watts then less watts than needed, here's some info about it:

    • Stylish chassis coloured in black
    • 530 Watts
    • 20/4 Pin ATX-connector
    • ATX 12 V version 2.2
    • S-ATA-connector
    • PCI-E connector
    • 120 mm silent fan (17dB)
    • Thermocontrolled fan sensor
    • Power faction correction (PFC)
    • Protection against overvoltage (OVP)
    • Protection against capacity overload (OPP)
    • Protection against short-circuit
    • On-/ off switch
    • Attractive Retailbox
    • CE-certification
    • 24 months guarantee
    • Incl. powercable

    ____ Thanks for any help. :)
     
  6. xMichaelC

    xMichaelC TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I live in denmark , and have ordered it over an danish website called MM-vision .

    and i have checked out the website (rasurbo) and looks pretty trustful to me. they use them for gaming i do to , maybe not with a powerful computer but anyway, go check the site out if wanted .. : http://www.rasurbo.com/RASURBO%202009%20eng/index.html
     
  7. Rage_3K_Moiz

    Rage_3K_Moiz Sith Lord Posts: 5,431   +28

    I doubt you run the latest games or do anything else that is resource-intensive, so you should be fine with that PSU.
     
  8. xMichaelC

    xMichaelC TS Rookie Topic Starter

    exactly i only run games that hasn't so big use requirement . . but thnx for the expertise:)
     
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