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PSU : Seasonic S12II 620 Watts PSU VS Corsair VS650 650 Watt PSU

which is best -

Seasonic S12II 620 Watts PSU VS Corsair VS650 650 Watt PSU

PC specs are
Asus Maximus V1 Hero
Processor - i7-4770K
Chassis - cosiar 400r
SSD - 120 Gb Kingston
Ram - 16 gb ddr3 .1600mhz g skill
Graphic card - Asus NVIDIA 750 ti 2gb
Cpu cooler - water cooler h 100i
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  1. I'd rather the Seasonic PSU. Excellent quality. The VS isn't the best from Corsair. Look for Corsair AX, TX, or HX.
  2. The seasonic is a very good power supply , but is a few years old now .
    Its still an excellent choice

    The corsair vs is a budget psu

    ALL DAY , EVERY DAY get the seasonic
  3. so Seasonic S12II 620 Watts is best for my rig or i should go to 750 watt

    Because i need to OC approx 4.7Ghz
  4. No - You only need 400W for a 750Ti. 620 is more than ample.
  5. 650W will be plenty even with overclocking CPU and GPU.
  6. The Seasonic 620 watts PSU is on sale now at Newegg. Memorial Day sale!

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817151095&nm_mc=EMC-IGNEFL052314&cm_mmc=EMC-IGNEFL052314-_-EMC-052314-Index-_-PowerSupplies-_-17151095-L012D

    This one will work very well on the wallet too!
  7. vishalnagar said:
    so Seasonic S12II 620 Watts is best for my rig or i should go to 750 watt

    Because i need to OC approx 4.7Ghz


    The 750 ti uses 60 watts or less. The 4770k is probably under 150 even when drastically overclocked and pushed to 100% (it's more like 70 under normal use). You could probably run that machine on a 400watt supply without even breaking a sweat.

    If this is a gaming rig, you should probably save the 100 bucks from the 4770k and get a 4670k and take the hundred bucks and get a better video card.

    If it's a working machine that happens to play some games on the side then it's fine, but you'd get much better gaming performance if you did the swap.
  8. Traciatim said:
    vishalnagar said:
    so Seasonic S12II 620 Watts is best for my rig or i should go to 750 watt

    Because i need to OC approx 4.7Ghz


    The 750 ti uses 60 watts or less. The 4770k is probably under 150 even when drastically overclocked and pushed to 100% (it's more like 70 under normal use). You could probably run that machine on a 400watt supply without even breaking a sweat.

    If this is a gaming rig, you should probably save the 100 bucks from the 4770k and get a 4670k and take the hundred bucks and get a better video card.

    If it's a working machine that happens to play some games on the side then it's fine, but you'd get much better gaming performance if you did the swap.



    I'll not use this for gaming ..its only for vray rendering
  9. so SeaSonic M12II 620 Or Seasonic S12II 620 Watts ?


    because on S12II 620 Watts i'll save 1000 INR
  10. Best answer
    vishalnagar said:
    Traciatim said:
    vishalnagar said:
    so Seasonic S12II 620 Watts is best for my rig or i should go to 750 watt

    Because i need to OC approx 4.7Ghz


    The 750 ti uses 60 watts or less. The 4770k is probably under 150 even when drastically overclocked and pushed to 100% (it's more like 70 under normal use). You could probably run that machine on a 400watt supply without even breaking a sweat.

    If this is a gaming rig, you should probably save the 100 bucks from the 4770k and get a 4670k and take the hundred bucks and get a better video card.

    If it's a working machine that happens to play some games on the side then it's fine, but you'd get much better gaming performance if you did the swap.



    I'll not use this for gaming ..its only for vray rendering


    That makes much more sense.

    Have you looked up performance of CUDA/OpenCL on various mid range cards with VRay? I'm not that familiar with it, but it still might make more sense to use a beefy video card if it ends up being better for performance in the long run. It's worth looking in to before dropping all that cash.
  11. Traciatim said:
    vishalnagar said:
    Traciatim said:
    vishalnagar said:
    so Seasonic S12II 620 Watts is best for my rig or i should go to 750 watt

    Because i need to OC approx 4.7Ghz


    The 750 ti uses 60 watts or less. The 4770k is probably under 150 even when drastically overclocked and pushed to 100% (it's more like 70 under normal use). You could probably run that machine on a 400watt supply without even breaking a sweat.

    If this is a gaming rig, you should probably save the 100 bucks from the 4770k and get a 4670k and take the hundred bucks and get a better video card.

    If it's a working machine that happens to play some games on the side then it's fine, but you'd get much better gaming performance if you did the swap.



    I'll not use this for gaming ..its only for vray rendering


    That makes much more sense.

    Have you looked up performance of CUDA/OpenCL on various mid range cards with VRay? I'm not that familiar with it, but it still might make more sense to use a beefy video card if it ends up being better for performance in the long run. It's worth looking in to before dropping all that cash.


    yaa u r right .. its Vray RT .. which is basically GPU rendering ..but currently i need to do CPU rendering ..so i think better go with CPU rather than GPU.(for right now condition)
  12. vishalnagar said:
    so SeaSonic M12II 620 Or Seasonic S12II 620 Watts ?


    because on S12II 620 Watts i'll save 1000 INR


    Either one will be able to run the machine just fine. Even with lots of room for gear in the future.
  13. Traciatim said:
    vishalnagar said:
    so SeaSonic M12II 620 Or Seasonic S12II 620 Watts ?


    because on S12II 620 Watts i'll save 1000 INR


    Either one will be able to run the machine just fine. Even with lots of room for gear in the future.


    One mean Seasonic S12II 620 ? Right
  14. Save 1000 INR with Seasonic S12II 620
  15. Thank U guys :)
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