Question Is EVGA 600B enough for my PC?

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Hi my old PSU just blowed up PC is fine. I'm looking for new PSU and that EVGA 600B best i can buy. But i'm not sure it enough for my system.

System Specs:

Intel Xeon X5470 4.49 GHz OC CPU
Asus ROG Commando Mobo
Asus DirectCU II TOP GTX 680 2GB GDDR5 256 Bit GPU
OCZ Reaper HPC 8GB(2GBX4) DDR2 1066 MHz RAM
Samsung HD155UI 1.5 TB 5400 RPM HDD
Samsung HD250HJ 250 GB 7200 RPM HDD
Samsung EVO 850 256 GB SSD
Unknown model 700W 80+ Bronze PSU(Blowed Up)
 
The 600w of the EVGA 600B is enough, but the 600b is an entry-level power supply with just mediocre quality all around. A power-hungry card like a 680 would be best suited to a good quality unit.

Here is what hardcore overclocking says about it:
"Indeed, the EVGA 600B featured mediocre to passable (for its niche) build quality, passing but not great voltage regulation, OK Transient Load Test results, and OK but not great DC Output Quality."

What is your budget and country?
 
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None of those are good PSUs.

Where are you located? Can you link us to the computer shop you tend to shop at?
I'm in Turkey and every components are very expensive right now. So i don't have enough budget to buy the modular PSUs and 80+ Gold PSUs. I'm using OCed power-hungry system i need a best PSU for OC stability, DC Output quality.
 
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