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can someone with an Asus p8z77-v mobo tell me a working power supply

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November 3, 2013 2:28:39 PM

hi!
I need someone who owns Asus p8z77-v mobo to recommend me a working power supply that get along with this motherboard.
I know that any psu should work with any motherboard as long as it has the right cables. But from reading from other forums online, I noticed a lot of people complaining about their asus motherbord anti-surge protection shutting down their system, and most of the time it's Corsair PSU.
I liked Corsair ax750 psu, but after reading people complaining that Asus motherboard doesn't work quite well with corsair ax750 it held back from getting one.

So anyone have Asus p8z77-v and Corsair ax750 working together ? if not then what psu do you recommend . Thanks a lot.

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November 3, 2013 3:51:12 PM

Look to SeaSonic, best on the market, what GPU and CPU are you running? If only a single GPU, 750 may be more than you need
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November 4, 2013 1:12:04 AM

SeaSonic is not on sale on my local store. they only have corsair psu, like TX750 v2, HX650, AX750 , AX760. which are Seasonic OEM. I was asking about asus anti surge conflicting with Corsair psu (like AX750) this is what I read from other forums, and I want to be sure before purchasing it. Thank you for your help.
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November 4, 2013 1:08:45 PM

HX750 is popular and has good ratings
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April 13, 2014 11:19:16 AM

Omg, thats exacly what is happening to me, i have this exact config, and had to put everything on bios to extreme to pc to work, and im afraid of having more issues, well now at least I know that those two dosent go along

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