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I am upgrading to a newer mb and need to know how big a power supply i need the mb is a epox 8k9a71

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Hello, I would recommend probably at least a 400 watt power supply or greater. You could probably get by with something smaller like a 350 watt but depending on how many accessories (harddrives/cdromdrives/etc) you are planning on hooking up bigger is better. If this helps please rate. Thanks.

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