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Cooler master extreme power 600watt psu for gtx 560ti

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January 7, 2012 8:20:09 AM

cooler master extreme power 600watt psu for gtx 560ti ??

i have i5 2500k at stock speed,intel dh67cl mobo,4gb ddr3 ram,1 hdd,1 dvd-rw


will it be enough


http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=5906...
January 7, 2012 8:22:27 AM

cooler master extreme power 600watt psu for gtx 560ti ??

i have i5 2500k at stock speed,intel dh67cl mobo,4gb ddr3 ram,1 hdd,1 dvd-rw


will it be enough


http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=5906...


actually my friend is also using this psu for 2 years with i3 and 9800gt 1gb and he is fine with it so this psu can do my work???
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January 7, 2012 8:39:12 AM

Don't get this PSU :D  it actually suck (at least that what i heard ) you are better off with a corsair,Antec or Seasonic 620-650W PSU it's better to have a larger PSU than what you actually need
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January 7, 2012 8:48:45 AM

yes it does have 2 PCI connectors and should power up a GTX 560TI but what other options you got i'd push a little money to get a 550W
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January 7, 2012 9:08:50 AM

Just thought i would add that the Antec PSU is much better than that specific cooler master but it won't provide much future proof or room for upgrades down the track, say if you wanted to add another GPU you would also need a PSU upgrade. I would personally spend a bit more money to get a more juicy unit.
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January 7, 2012 9:39:10 AM

Its good and yes it have, 1 x 8-pin (6+2) and 1 x 6-pin PCI-E connectors.For 560Ti i think you need 2x 6 pin. Its ok.
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January 7, 2012 10:37:16 AM

Can you find seasonic PSU in your city? By the way which city you are from?
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January 7, 2012 10:54:54 AM

antec has 2 pci connectors??

one another product is cooler master gx 550watt 80+

http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=6641

my main question is antec ea500d or cm gx 550watt

bcz both are of same price but gx 550 has 1 pci connector and u sure that antec has 2 pci connectores?
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January 7, 2012 11:05:24 AM

This topic has been moved from the section Graphics & Displays to section CPU & Components by Mousemonkey
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January 7, 2012 11:05:59 AM

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  • Cooler master extreme power 600watt psu for gtx 560ti
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    January 7, 2012 11:56:58 AM

    Why dont you look at CoolerMaster Gx 550W PSU which is also a 80P proven one and has positive reviews. I too have plans for buying 560Gtx ti bundled with 550W Gx series PSU. This is better and yet affordable.
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    January 7, 2012 5:19:06 PM

    Buy the Antec Green 500W unit ! The lower end CM units are crappy with one exception the GX450 which isn't enough juice and PCI-E connectors.
    The only other good unit is the THERMALTAKE TR2 700W-NON MODULAR (TR-700PCEU)= expensive.
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    January 8, 2012 3:08:12 AM

    davcon said:
    Buy the Antec Green 500W unit ! The lower end CM units are crappy with one exception the GX450 which isn't enough juice and PCI-E connectors.
    The only other good unit is the THERMALTAKE TR2 700W-NON MODULAR (TR-700PCEU)= expensive.


    :o  What's wrong with GX 550W, which should be sufficient for GTX560Ti if not SLI I believe. This is decent but affordable PSU from CM.
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    January 8, 2012 4:09:16 PM

    The GX 450 is the only GX series unit i saw that didnt fail a review. There havent been any reviews of the ones built by Enhance but the fact that both the GX 650 and the GX 750 failed reviews for high 3.3V noise, and i believe the GX 550 is based on the same platform leads me to blacklist that unit too. Anyway, i dont trust anything from the GX series after those reviews.

    http://hardocp.com/article/2010/11/22/cooler_master_gx_...
    http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=...
    http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Cooler-Master-GX...
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    January 8, 2012 4:44:16 PM

    now if i dont buy gx 550 then antec 500watt 80+ and the thermal take 500watt non modular and thermal take 550watt modular are the only option left for my budget and my requirment
    which one to buy in these 3

    http://galaxy.com.pk/powersupply.htm
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    January 8, 2012 4:55:08 PM

    The antec EA500D is a good solid unit, i would take that over either of the thermaltake units. Its got plenty of power for a single GTX 560 Ti.
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    January 9, 2012 4:03:43 AM

    the antec has 2 pci pins ? i dont know that
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    January 9, 2012 4:36:36 AM

    pell380 said:
    the antec has 2 pci pins ? i dont know that

    Experienced forum members such as hunter315 and myself wouldn't recommend an unsuitable unit.
    The EA-500D Green(80 PLUSĀ® Bronze certified) includes 1 x 8(6+2)-pin and 1 x 6-pin PCI-E connectors.
    http://www.antec.com/Believe_it/product.php?id=MjIzOA==
    Thermaltake TR2 units are also bad choices with the exception of the TR-700PCEU which is out of your price ramge.
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    January 9, 2012 10:19:32 AM

    Well OK, my mistake, I thought antec 500W doesn't have 2 pci-e connectors.

    Get antec 500W.
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    January 9, 2012 1:25:02 PM

    XFX PSUs are really good and I recommend them over corsair TX650 because it has 4x6 pin connectors capable of holding 6950/560ti Crossfire/SLI.
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    January 9, 2012 1:27:52 PM

    XFX and NZXT make GOOD PSUs so feel free to pick :D 
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    January 9, 2012 3:19:36 PM

    Please reread the specification before having doubts :) .

    From XFX's website http://xfxforce.com/en-gb/Products/Power-Supply/XFX/Pro... :

    Cable Connectors
    Fixed FDD: up to 1
    Fixed Peripheral: up to 7
    Fixed 6+2-pin PCI-E: 2
    Fixed 6-pin PCI-E: 2

    Fixed ATX12V / EPS12V: one 4+4-pin
    Fixed Motherboard Connector: 20+4 Pin
    Fixed SATA: up to 8

    There you go.
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    January 9, 2012 4:40:42 PM

    @xtcx, Start your own thread instead of hijacking this one.
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