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[WTB] Modular PSU 750w+

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by Paulieg, Nov 9, 2009.

  1. Paulieg The Mad Moderator Staff Member

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    I need a good modular psu. It must be at least 750w. Please let me know what you have, and what you want for it. Thanks!
     
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    Silverstone Zeus ZM1200M. Great unit. I have it set to single rail mode which is a monster 95a.
    $225 shipped OBO
     
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    Nice PSU, just a bit out of my price range. I'm trying to stay under $125.
     
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    Dang, should be able to find something in that range though. Should just get mine, that way you won't need to buy a new one in like a year when video cards draw 400 watts each......
    :rolleyes:
     
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    I really would man. It's just out of my budget. :(
     
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    I am in the same boat as you Paul.

    I just do not know where I will be in the future as Broken has said, but I do not really feel like shelling out $200+ on a psu right now. I knew I should have jumped on that Enermax deal for $150 dammit :laugh:

    I could get by with a 750w for my mobos that can only run 2 gpu's, but I also need another psu to power 3 gtx 275's. I would jump on that ocz 1kw recert deal, but am too sceptical about it
     
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    I just sold one Paul Dang! Bump For YOU!
     
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    Well here ya go Paul. This has been in the "Hot Deals" forum for about a week now. Awesome deal for a great PSU. Still a killer deal on a recert unit. One year warranty as well.

    http://www.svc.com/ocz1000pxs-b.html
     
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    If yuo don;t mind OCZ I saw a deal in hot heals.

    50 usd to 850watts.
     
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    That's what I just put up in the post right above yours:laugh:
     
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    I have been eyeballing that deal, but not sure if its really worth it. I almost think its better to buy a slightly more expensive psu that is more reliable or better product overall. That 1kw ocz is basically equivilent to a good quality 850w psu
     

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