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Ulra vs seasonic

which psu menufactor better?
i have in mycountry the seasonic but i can order from ebay if iy will be necessery.
right now i have bad psu from codegen........
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  1. Best answer
    I have a SeaSonic M12II 620W and I know that SeaSonic is an excellent PSU manufacturer. They manufacter a lot of PSUs for Corsair and other good companies as well.

    Don't know much about Ultra PSUs, saw some reviews looked pretty good but SeaSonic is a solid brand for sure.

    Which PSU is it? can you post a link to the site in your country? (ישראל?)
  2. go with the seasonic, they have an excellent reputation for making quality PSU

    Ultra is hit or miss
  3. Best answer selected by alonsegel.
  4. faune how did you wrote my county? what country are you from? this is link from ksp(pc components in my country) http://ksp.co.il/hmain.php?uin=9817 just select a city.
  5. אני מאותו מקום.

    I figured it was either KSP or Ivory. In any case let us know what your specs are so that we can help you pick one: CPU, GPU, Ram, Hard Disk, optical drive, etc...

    Here is the English link to KSP if anyone else needs it in order to help: http://ksp.co.il/main.php?now_snif=ksptelaviv > Click "parts" on the top bar > the "power Supply" on the side bar. It is arranged by company. Additionally they have Corsair which is also good.

    The exchange rate is: 1 USD = ~ 3.84 NIS
  6. חח איזה פירוט עשית להם.
    i have core i5-750 in turbo mod to 3.2 GHz
    ati radeon hd5770 oc
    kingston 2x2 1333 MHz
    gigabyte p55a-us3l
    dont know m optical drive/hdd/etc
  7. :)

    We need to know if you want to crossfire in the future and your budget:

    Here are some PSUs in the general range (the site has even more) from Corsair and SeaSonic @ the website the OP gave . Keep in mind he is OCing both GPU and CPU.

    SeaSonics:

    S12II-520 : $ 90 (NIS 345)

    M12II-520 (Modular) : $104 (NIS 400)

    S12II-620 620W 80+ Bronze : $98 (NIS 375)

    M12II-620 620W Modular 80+ Bronze (Modular) : $115 (NIS 440)

    M12D-750 750W Modular 80+ Silver (Modular) : $177 (NIS 680)

    SS-850HT 850W 80+ (non-modular and over kill, but... cheaper than the M12D-750w) : $169 (NIS 650)

    Corsair:

    VX 550W : $126 (NIS 485)

    TX 650W : $148 (NIS 570)

    TX 750W : $177 (NIS 680)

    HX 650W (Modular) : $182 (NIS 700)
  8. i think i will add another 5770 in abount a year. and i really want the 620 modular.
  9. The Seasonic M12II 620W (modular) is the one I have it is really good. It should be enough for a crossfire set up.

    Although it appears that it should be fine... I would look into before getting it, just to be 100% certain, is if it can handle your overclocking your CPU + one maybe two GPUs. I guess that depends on how much you are overclocking.
  10. if i will add another card, i will oc'ed my cpu to 3.8 GHz something like that...
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