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Build Complete What would be best psu and cheap for the parts i have?

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My parts list is
Gpu: Gigabyte RTX 2070 WindForce II
Cpu: Ryzen 5 3600
Mobo: MSI B450M Pro M2 Max
Hdd: 2TB seagate Baracuda
Ssd: 250gb kingston m.2
 

Wolfshadw

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I'd really appreciate a cheaper psu if possible. At around 60-70 euro price range (68-80USD)
 
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I'd really appreciate a cheaper psu if possible. At around 60-70 euro price range (68-80USD)
Converting to USD is pointless unless you can somehow buy from a US vendor and have it shipped to Estonia for free.

We ask what country your in because pricing and availability varies wildly from country to country.

What you can get for $80 in the U.S. may not be =$80 in EU or even available.

If you need any cheaper than these and I'm out of the conversation:

https://www.hinnavaatlus.ee/850654/silentiumpc-supremo-l2-550w-80-gold-psu/
https://www.hinnavaatlus.ee/901487/silentiumpc-supremo-m2-550w-80-gold-psu/
https://www.hinnavaatlus.ee/906876/corsair-cx-series-450w-80-plus-bronze/
 
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Thank you these i'm happy with. The USD conversion was because the us partpicker prices were pretty much the same of the stuff i watched.
 
Thank you these i'm happy with. The USD conversion was because the us partpicker prices were pretty much the same of the stuff i watched.
Right, but.. for example... A Silentium PSU is not going to show up on the US PCPP because they're a Polish company and only sell in EU. PowerSpec does show up because they're from Microcenter in the U.S. , but you can't buy them in the E.U.
 

hang-the-9

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I'd really appreciate a cheaper psu if possible. At around 60-70 euro price range (68-80USD)
If you want your fancy PC parts not to make pretty puff sounds and spark it is not a good idea to buy a PSU with the main factor price. Trying to save 20-40 on a power supply that runs everything in the computer when buying a 400 video card is not the best idea.
 

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