Fruit Bat is "spot on"...the Wattage factor is a common scenario whereby a lot of buyers go for "High wattage" ratings thinking they are getting the best Power options! On a poorly designed generic unit that has high wattage values...the voltage stability and distribution is very often "under par" . The PSU is one of the most overlooked items by lots of buyers and should not be skimped on..a bit of extra cash spent on a reliable unit is a much better option ...Antec...Enermax..Thermaltake are good examples...click here
Seasonic make excellent PSUs & the present 600W one will be enough for the new setup.
However, if you're thinking of running 2x graphics cards in the future (& doing a bit of CPU overclocking), one with 4x dedicated PCI-E connectors will be ideal.
Apart from Seasonic, the other quality brands include Antec, Enermax, Corsair, Be Quiet, Silverstone, Tagan, Etasis, OCZ / PC Power & Cooling, Zalman, Coolermaster, Akasa, Xigmatek, Hiper, FSP, Thermaltake, Gigabyte, Silver Power, etc - may have missed a few. G
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