I've been getting brownouts (dimming lights and the occasional reset clock) for a while now, but as of late they've been getting bad enough to force my computer off. I don't really need something to keep it running when the power goes out (that's been pretty rare), just to keep it going through the aforementioned brownouts. To do this, I've been considering a Cyberpower CP1350AVRLCD ( http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6842102070
) rated at 810 watts and 1350 VA. Would this unit be sufficient for what I need or over/underkill?
AMD Phenom II 965 BE oc'd 3.8 GHz, Asus 890GX motherboard, Sapphire 4890 Toxic, 3 HDDs, and various DVD drives, fans, card reader, etc. connected to a Thermaltake Toughpower 750 XT, plus a Samsung 2333t 23" cPVA monitor.
The eXtreme power supply calculator specifies a min of 503 watts and redommends 553 watts for the rig if that helps any.