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Which PSU to choose: Corsair or Cooler Master?

ThaJE3P

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Corsair TX 650W.
 

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Corsair TX 650W PSU
 
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That's not compatible with eachother. You're putting an Intel processor into an AMD Motherboard. On topic: TX650 all the way.
 
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The CS is brand new and better in everything except ripple, but that is merely "great" instead of "excellent".

EDIT: No wait, for that money on that site I'd get this. Even better and it seems to be very quiet.
 

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#8
TX650 all the way. I'm not a big fan of CoolerMaster power supplies anyway, but the TX650 is definitely a better built unit. Just the fact that the TX650 is rated for 50w less, but is really only 2A less on the 12v rail is a good indication that the TX unit is better built than the CoolerMaster.
 
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#10
Corsair, and yes, jump up to the CS. Cooler Master makes great cases, but I've not heard much about them having good power supplies.