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    Im going to buy a Sapphire R7 265. I was going to buy a corsair vs450 along with it but then I saw in a place a guy posted after he connected his GPU R7 265 to the Corsair vs450 the fans dont spin. I am really concerned now. HELP

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azra3l View Post
    Hi
    Im going to buy a Sapphire R7 265. I was going to buy a corsair vs450 along with it but then I saw in a place a guy posted after he connected his GPU R7 265 to the Corsair vs450 the fans dont spin. I am really concerned now. HELP
    http://hardwareinsights.com/wp/corsair-vs450-review/3/

    This PSu has poor quality capacitors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azra3l View Post
    Hi
    Im going to buy a Sapphire R7 265. I was going to buy a corsair vs450 along with it but then I saw in a place a guy posted after he connected his GPU R7 265 to the Corsair vs450 the fans dont spin. I am really concerned now. HELP
    Vs450 should be enough for running a 265, i'm guessing you don't have a heavy system. Normal intel quadcore with two sticks mem and two drives, this psu should be enough.

    You don't always need nippon 105degree caps but surely if you have enough budget go for it.

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