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Anonymous
a b ) Power supply
July 25, 2010 1:56:53 PM

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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July 25, 2010 2:24:49 PM

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?)
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July 25, 2010 2:30:47 PM

go with the seasonic, they have an excellent reputation for making quality PSU

Ultra is hit or miss
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Anonymous
a b ) Power supply
July 25, 2010 3:12:55 PM

Best answer selected by alonsegel.
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Anonymous
a b ) Power supply
July 25, 2010 3:18:17 PM

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.
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July 25, 2010 4:16:00 PM

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

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Anonymous
a b ) Power supply
July 25, 2010 5:37:42 PM

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
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July 25, 2010 6:09:56 PM

:) 

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)

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Anonymous
a b ) Power supply
July 25, 2010 7:23:10 PM

i think i will add another 5770 in abount a year. and i really want the 620 modular.
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July 25, 2010 7:34:46 PM

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.
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Anonymous
a b ) Power supply
July 25, 2010 8:28:34 PM

if i will add another card, i will oc'ed my cpu to 3.8 GHz something like that...
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