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    psu and mother board for £200.00 pounds

    well i need a new mother board and psu as my has gone puffff and my wife let me have 200.00 for new one what i have togo in to it is
    intel i5k 1155 socekt
    radeon 6950 x2 cards
    8gb hyperx dd3
    antec 920 cooler
    4x ssd hards
    and some pritty lights /fans
    so if u guys can help this would be great thx guys my wife would be happy

    no more the 20.00 over i mean it form here would be fine http://www.overclockers.co.uk/


    add my old mother board was asus p8z68-v and psu was unname
    Last edited by kiltofake; 2012-12-27 at 02:33 PM.

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    my wife let me have 200.00 for new one
    made me cry :I

    i guess you are refering to 200 quid? some people might take this as 200 thousand >.<
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    Quote Originally Posted by kittycovox View Post
    made me cry :I

    i guess you are refering to 200 quid? some people might take this as 200 thousand >.<
    yea £200.00 or my wife will kill me and i will be going to pc gods lol

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    I don't think anyone is going to assume that he's got £200,000 to spend on a motherboard and PSU...

    Anyway, here's my suggestion OP:

    Motherboard
    ASRock Z77 Extreme 4 - £109.99 inc VAT

    PSU (choose one)
    InWin GreenMe 750W - £79.99 inc VAT
    Enermax Triathlor FC 700w - £94.99 inc VAT

    Normally I'd recommend one of the following PSUs, but they're both out of stock:
    Seasonic M12II 750W - £99.98 inc VAT
    XFX Pro Series 750W - £79.99 inc VAT
    Last edited by noteworthynerd; 2012-12-27 at 03:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiltofake View Post
    " well i need a new mother board and psu as my has gone puffff" "and psu was unname"
    That's why it went pufff. Make sure you go for a quality PSU this time round. Unless it's made by Seasonic, nothing will go near my hardware. Corsair AX750 is what I have. http://forums.pcper.com/showthread.p...y-power-supply

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