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Enermax PSU's ... is more really better?

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April 24, 2005 6:04:51 PM

Ok so ive narrowed down the PSU i want in my next system to either...

Enermax EG701AX-VE-SFMA Noisteakker 600W

or...

Enermax EG565P-VE FMA 535W

The price diffirence is about $70.00 and well ... i want to know the diffirences.

My rig is built around

A8N-SLI Deluxe
AMD Athlon 64 3800
BFG 6800 GT
1GB Corsair TWINX 3200XLPT RAM
250GB Maxtor DiamondMax 10 SATA drive
Samsun DVD-RW
Audigy 2 ZS

so basically im not sure which to go with. any advice, testimonials, reviews, experiences would be well appreciated. thanks guys :) 

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April 25, 2005 3:29:09 AM

i would suggest you go to each manufacturers website and study them as well as search the internet for reviews, you usually will get good info on a message board but you should not rely on this info as your sole source for a decision.
April 25, 2005 4:31:05 AM

I have compared a great deal of other information to use im just curios as to what peoples opinions here are.
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April 26, 2005 8:02:53 AM

The difference of EG701AX-VE SFMA & EG565P-VE FMA

Model No. EG701AX-VE SFMA / EG565P-VE FMA
Coating PSU : with Diamond Blue / without coating
Smart fan : Yes / No
PFC function: Yes / No
Wattage : 600W / 535W

If you want to upgrade your AGP card or adds more peripherals in future,EG701AX-VE SFMA is best for you!
April 26, 2005 8:54:24 AM

How much is the the 600w? If your going with a PSU that large the Thermaltake 680W is a great value price/Watt. Its an extremely stable PSU and runs quite and much cooler than any other I have owned.

:eek:  If I would have shot you when I had the chance, I would be out by now :eek: 
Intel P4 550(3.4)@<font color=green>5Ghz</font color=green>
May 1, 2005 3:02:38 AM

Look, it's like this. If you're gonna spend thousands of your hard earned dollars on your new dream SLI system, don't skimp on the most important component in it: The Power Supply.

Spend the extra $ on this:<A HREF="http://www.pcpowercooling.com/products/power_supplies/h..." target="_new"> The PC Power & Cooling Turbo Cool 510 SLI</A>

"Nuke em till they glow, shoot em after dark"
May 1, 2005 4:52:58 AM

Are you referring to the $210.00 unit?

:eek:  If I would have shot you when I had the chance, I would be out by now :eek: 
Intel P4 550(3.4)@<font color=green>5Ghz</font color=green>
May 1, 2005 11:20:09 AM

Actually, the price is $229 direct from PCP&C. With a full 5 year warranty. Only a handfull of manufacturers offer that.

"Nuke em till they glow, shoot em after dark"
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