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Which is better? 400W CompUSA PSU or HEC 350W PSU?

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Hey guys..


The 400 Watt CompUSA brand psu ratings are;

+12Volts~16Amps, +5 Volts~30Amps, +3.3 Volts~14Amps, +5Vsb~2Amps, -5 Volts~0.3Amps, -12Volts~0.5Amps. MAX OUTPUT POWER: 400Watts. Four IDE connectors, one floppy connector, +12V power connector, Aux power connector.



The 350 Watt HEC brand psu ratings are;

+12 Volts~15Amps, +5 Volts~33Amps, +3.3 Volts~20Amps, +5 Vsb~2Amps, -5 Volts~1Amps, -12 Volts~1Amps. MAX OUTPUT POWER: 350Watt. +5V&3.3V Combined 180Watt. Six IDE connectors, two floppy connectors, +12V power connector, Aux power connector, Dual Fan.


Right now I am running the HEC 350W for my computer, and a generic 300W for an 86W Peltier, and 7 fans.. (3x120mm, 2x80mm, and 2x60mm).

I am getting a CompUSA 600w (free) to run my computer parts.

I would like to know like to know if I should run the 400W or the 350W for the Peltier, and fans.