Discussion in 'System Builder's Advice' started by [I.R.A]_FBi, Jul 24, 2008.
Order of priority
Needs to have a long life
PSU needs to be extremely efficient
Run cool big bottom fan
Preferably 2 6+8 pins
Would be nice if its modular
I always recommend an OCZ GameXstream PSU. Great quality Tier 1. I have personally owned a 600 watt and my current 850 and they are both running extremely solid. Never any issues. I highly recommend.
I'm not sure if this complies with your 4th requirement but it's an awesome PSU (you get what you pay for)
let me know what PSU you want and i can get you a good deal on one.
Damn fitty's hookin' people up left and right!
i think 2000w should work nicely
now being more serious
i can only survive by selling stuff, therefore i need to be selling what people want and need.
I need/want a virgin hooker. Can you hook me up?
how about some coke?
hey about the one in your sig 700w fully modular rocketfish PSU a good trade?
its OEM'd by topower who also makes your tagen
Thanks maybe the one in my firat post or this .... i will finish my testing today and let you know
Get the Corsair.
I am with Wile E. Get the Corsair.
Get the Corsair 750 Watt. Same as mine (awesome power supply) just rebranded and for ~$30 less.
reading reviews ...
when i get home ill test it to be sure if i need a new one.
If you want modular get the Corsair. If you want rock freaking solid craziness get this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817703009 This thing powered three graphics cards for me on a very overclocked system with a bunch of other stuff and did not blink.
get the corsair 750w, the pc power and cooling is a bit more solid, but the corsair is plenty solid and cheaper.
I love the one i'm using right now.
seems like your set on the Corsair power supply with all the reviews. I recommend it, high efficiency, large single rail, and no case of horrid ripple issues.
i gather that this and the corsair is the same thing.
im saving for a purchase next week.
No, the Corsair is built by CWT (albiet to Corsair specs), the PCP&C is built by Seasonic. The PCP&C is a better unit, but the Corsair is almost as good, but at a lower price.
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