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    Is this PSU good quality and will it run what I want it to run?

    I read Corsair is decent but that it doesn't manufacture its own PSUs.

    Corsair Enthusiast Series Modular TX550M 80PLUS Bronze Certified 550W

    canadacomputers.com/product_info.php?cPath=33_443&item_id=040593

    (I can't post full links).

    I want it to run:
    - overclocked i5 3570k
    - overclocked HD 7950

    Thanks.

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    Review for the TX550M

    It's decent enough, price looks good and it's enough power.
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    Overclockers Recommended psus Its also on this list of recommended psus in that range.
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