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FSP epsilon psu or cooler master gx series??

Hey, guys i'm looking a good psu or my asus radeon hd 6950 2 gb. I've come down to three psus. Please guide me. First is Cooler master gx 750w, Second is FSP Epsilon 80+ 900 watts which is cheaper than CM. And the last is Corsair GS 800w.
Now i've read on other forums that corsair GS series is bad as it is developed by channel well and on this forum i've also read that CM gx series is not too good either , so what should i buy?
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  1. A quality 600W will run that card easily. Out of those three the Corsair one would be a better choice! Any reason why you have not considred the XFX 650W?
  2. amuffin said:
    A quality 600W will run that card easily. Out of those three the Corsair one would be a better choice! Any reason why you have not considred the XFX 650W?


    I have not found the xfx 650w in any of the shops in my city. By the way i thought corsair gs series is bad??????????? What would you choose between the CM GX 750 and FSP Epsilon 80+ 900
  3. Cooler Master Power supplies=horrible, as for the FSP one. That unit is particularly old, and the GS800 is a perfectly fine model
  4. amuffin said:
    Cooler Master Power supplies=horrible, as for the FSP one. That unit is particularly old, and the GS800 is a perfectly fine model


    Can you tell me wat psu are u using??? :D
  5. Antec High Current Gamer 620W.
  6. amuffin said:
    Antec High Current Gamer 620W.


    All right thanx for ur replies Ive decided to buy corsair gs 700
  7. Best answer
    I'm running an HD 6950 on a Seasonic M12II-520W. An HD 6950 requires a 500W PSU with 30A on the 12V rails and two 75W 6-pin PCIe power connectors. The Corsair GS500 with 39A on the 12V rail is more than sufficient for your build and any OC that you might want to do. If you can buy from newegg, then I highly recommend the Seasonic M12II-520; it is on sale for less than any of the PSUs you listed, is 80+ Bronze certified, has a 5 year warranty, has rock solid rail, and is quiet.
  8. Best answer selected by UAhmed.
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