recommended PSU for this system build?

xcv45t

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- Intel® Core™i5 Quad Core Processor i5-4460 (3.2GHz) 6MB Cache CPU
- 8GB KINGSTON DUAL-DDR3 1600MHz (1 x 8GB) RAM
- 4GB NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 770 - 2 DVI, HDMI, DP - 3D Vision Ready GPU
- 1TB 3.5" SATA-III 6GB/s HDD 7200RPM 32MB CACHE HDD
- 24x DUAL LAYER DVD WRITER ±R/±RW/RAM disk player?
- CoolerMaster Hyper 212 EVO (120mm) Fan CPU Cooler CPU fan
- ONBOARD 6 CHANNEL (5.1) HIGH DEF AUDIO (AS STANDARD) sound card
- 10/100/1000 GIGABIT LAN PORT
- ASUS VE228HR 21.5" LED DISPLAY, HDMI , D-Sub, DVI-D monitor
- COOLERMASTER COSMOS SE GAMING TOWER case
- ASUS® Z97M-PLUS: m-ATX, USB3.0, SATA 6.0, XFIRE mother board

sorry im really noob about the computer side of things, can a CORSAIR 850W RM SERIES™ MODULAR 80 PLUS® GOLD run this or do i need higher or lower power supply?

if 850 watt does run the setup shown above will the distribution of watts be equal to make all the components run good?

sry for the caps I just copy and pasted the information ^^
 

Jaxem

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Yes, 850 watts is more than enough to run your system. The PSU automagically takes care of getting the right amount of power to the right places, so don't worry about that.
 

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what happens if I dont use the right PSU for this build will it cause the components to overheat 0_o or will it just make them under perform e.g. does 850 watts make the CPU over heat more because it puts too much power there or does it automatically put the right amount of watts in the component it self?
 

Jaxem

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your PSU only puts out as much power is needed, so no extra heat or bad effects for an overpowered PSU, as said though, that would be quite a bit more than you need, something down in the 500-600 watt area would power everything just fine.
 

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