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Seasonic PRIME Ultra 650W Gold Full Modular 119,90€


Seasonic Focus Plus Gold 750W 104,90€


Seasonic Focus Plus Gold 650W 94,90€


Seasonic Focus Plus Gold 850W 119,90€


Worried about this: https://bit-tech.net/news/tech/psus/seasonic-warns-of-focus-plus-psu-compatibility-issues/1/

BitFenix Whisper M 650W 94€

BitFenix - Fonte Modular Whisper M 750W 103.90€

Corsair TX650M 650W 80 Plus Gold 93.90€

Corsair RM650X 650W 80 Plus 103.20€

My rig: 2600x + vega56(uv and oc)

Noise values are relevant also!
 
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Seasonic prime? Are the other good? Kinda pricey that one but might consider it if its worth it
 
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The Prime is one of the best... I would go with it over anything else in the list (if you are worried about compatibility issues with the FOCUS series).

The TX line is ok, RM is good. No idea about bitfenix PSUs... look up some reviews at jonnyguru and see if the whisper and fonte lines score good.
 
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Either the Bitfenix whisper which got a really good review from @crmaris either here or on Tom's or the Corsair RMx. The RMx is probably the overall quietest unit and probably has the best price to performance out of all the units there
 
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I'm looking at the Whisper myself so I'd go with that.
 
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Either the Bitfenix whisper which got a really good review from @crmaris either here or on Tom's or the Corsair RMx. The RMx is probably the overall quietest unit and probably has the best price to performance out of all the units there
So are the 10 extra euros worth it?
 
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I think so
 
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Seasonic prime? Are the other good? Kinda pricey that one but might consider it if its worth it
Seasonic is worth it cant go wrong with the prime unit.

Seasonic is one of the few brands i trust to put into my pc builds.
 
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Drop the extra $ for the Prime Ultra Titanium, best consumer PSU on the market and you'll be good with it for 10 years or more.
 
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Seasonic prime? Are the other good? Kinda pricey that one but might consider it if its worth it
They are all good and the differences you see in testing would most likely not be noticeable in any real world applications with your system specs. The corsair rmx and bitfinex whisper are both made by CWT and use a similar (not exact) platform. I know from personal use the seasonic focos, corsair tx & rmx all make minimal fan noise.
 
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I wanted the seasonic focus 650 iniatly but that article made me look for another pus because of that issue.
 
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I wanted the seasonic focus 650 iniatly but that article made me look for another pus because of that issue.
get the RM650X , well built , well reviewed and runs silent
 
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Damm, I Just encomended the whisper 650 because was the cheaper one and you said were all almost equal, guess im well served anyway. Im going to the store in a few minutes, you think the whisper
750w is worth in terms of future prof? Is 10euros more
 
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The Seasonic Focus Gold Plus is the best buy around right now, especially in the USA where they are so inexpensive that it make it hard toi make another choice. Frankly, the other brands don't really **usually** measure up to that level (10/10 JonnyGuru Build Quality / Performance ratings) as yu will see below. On the other hand, I have heard of the issue with the Vega cards ... not seen it ourselves, but we haven't been asked to put an AMD GFX card in a build since 7xxx series. So the advisory with regard to the Vega series should not be taken lightly. As to the others (keep in mind that several versions are floating around, some good, some not.

Bitfenix 750M (made by CWT) got an overall 8.9 rating from jonnyguru
Corsair (CP-9020112) Vengeance 650 (made by CWT) got an overall 9.8 rating from jonnyguru. There are other 650Ms tho:
-Corsair CP-9020002) was made by CWT and is best forgotten.
-Corsair (CP-9020132) 650M was made by Great Wall and while that would usually cause 1 to run the other way, it got a good review at RealHardTech
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Corsair_TXMseries_TX650M_650W_6.html
-The larger RM---x series PSUs were well reviewed by jonnyguru, the 650 was not reviewed by anyone I'd rely on (THG did it, but since they were purchased by Punch who specializes in "product placement", I don't put any stock in their work. And while you can rely to an extent on the series maintaining the quality, it's not always true.

I wouldn't leave out EVGA G2 / G2 / P2 / P3 from your shopping list
 
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Damm, I Just encomended the whisper 650 because was the cheaper one and you said were all almost equal, guess im well served anyway. Im going to the store in a few minutes, you think the whisper
750w is worth in terms of future prof? Is 10euros more
It's a good PSU as well but unless you plan to run your Vega in crossfire the 650w version will serve you just as well and save you some money.
 
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I ended getting the Whisper 650, had it in a shop close to me and was the less expensive. Tks for all the help guys!

Is it normal that Hwinfo stoped working (only sensors mode)? Cant use it after I instaled the new PSU.
 
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Dunno but fixed it by disabling debug mode and disk scan. It just happened after I changed psu dunno why

Really happy with the noise levels, seasonic s12 520w was way more noisy!
Tried firestrike test again and got a better result with the same voltages, so I guess the psu was holding my gpu a bit.

Got 23362 in graphic score and 17915 overall with 1660/1040mV in p7.
 
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Fact is I just tested 2 times before and 2 times after changing psu and I scored more in both.

Dunno if it was because I was using as daisy cable for pci-e connector but fact is it changed something. Only reason I could see is heat levels but I dont think the other psu was running hot at least that I knew about so might be just some random bs because it isn´t supose to afect the fps.
 
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