Re: Case WITHOUT PSU right?
i used a 300watt that came in my case for my home server which is running a skt478 celeron, 2 hdd's, 1 optical and thats it. So the answer to your question is definitely buy a psu and don't rely on one that comes in the case. With that though, if you are looking at a case, go ahead and check out the PSU in it, check it with our recommended PSU guide, and if it's on the guide as a good one then go ahead and use it. Otherwise i would say get a seperate psu.
And when you're buying a case, most cases don't come with a power supply, some do, but I'm personally not a fan of most cases/companies that include a power supply.
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