Which power supply is the best bang for the buck?

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  1. For that system you will only need a 550w PSU, the corsair TX550 is very good. If you plan on getting another GPU and using CrossfireX in the future, then i suggest you get the OCZ Fatal1ty 750W, it's a great PSU for the money.
  2. richi3d10 said:
    For that system you will only need a 550w PSU, the corsair TX550 is very good. If you plan on getting another GPU and using CrossfireX in the future, then i suggest you get the OCZ Fatal1ty 750W, it's a great PSU for the money.


    Ocz psus arent good but pick out of my list
  3. Just because the OCZ ModXStream Pro 700W isn't good, doesn't mean that other OCZ PSUs aren't good either. Although I haven't recommended the OCZ Fatal1ty 750W ever, so there's probably a reason for that.
    And it's another one with short cables (45cm to the first connector).
  4. Silvune said:
    Just because the OCZ ModXStream Pro 700W isn't good, doesn't mean that other OCZ PSUs aren't good either. Although I haven't recommended the OCZ Fatal1ty 750W ever, so there's probably a reason for that.
    And it's another one with short cables (45cm to the first connector).


    Today i have a enthusiast tx 750 coming should i decline it and get the xfx 850 or no
  5. The 850W Core Edition is not a significant upgrade over the Corsair TX750 V2, so the answer to that one is no.

    The 850W XXX Edition (Silver) is modular, and quieter in idle. So if those things are important to you then it is more likely to be worth swapping.
  6. Silvune said:
    The 850W Core Edition is not a significant upgrade over the Corsair TX750 V2, so the answer to that one is no.

    The 850W XXX Edition (Silver) is modular, and quieter in idle. So if those things are important to you then it is more likely to be worth swapping.


    Even tho the 850w core is the same price its not worth it?
  7. I like the XFX core Series. I paid a lot more for mine during the summer than they're going for now. They're made by Seasonic and are very nice. A recommended a 550w version to some one earlier and it was going for like $50 off Tiger Direct/ Comp USA.

    I would tell you to go for a 750w though, that way you can Crossfire two 7950's if you want to go that way some day, or you can upgraded to just about any other single card out there.
  8. mace200200 said:
    I like the XFX core Series. I paid a lot more for mine during the summer than they're going for now. They're made by Seasonic and are very nice. A recommended a 550w version to some one earlier and it was going for like $50 off Tiger Direct/ Comp USA.

    I would tell you to go for a 750w though, that way you can Crossfire two 7950's if you want to go that way some day, or you can upgraded to just about any other single card out there.


    So you think i should return my corsair for the xfx
  9. hbeduryan818 said:
    So you think i should return my corsair for the xfx

    Aah you already bought it? Corsairs are great PSU's how much did you pay for it?

    Well I came up with the brilliant idea to check your link I'm guessing you paid the $109 for it? If that's the case the shipping costs wouldn't really justify swapping and saving what $10 on the XFX and getting an extra 100w. As far as quality between the two, there's probably no real difference.
  10. mace200200 said:
    Aah you already bought it? Corsairs are great PSU's how much did you pay for it?

    Well I came up with the brilliant idea to check your link I'm guessing you paid the $109 for it? If that's the case the shipping costs wouldn't really justify swapping and saving what $10 on the XFX and getting an extra 100w. As far as quality between the two, there's probably no real difference.


    Well shipping is free i just gotta decline it but i heard corsair is seasonic made to is that true
  11. I own a Corsair TX750 for 18 months works very well. If you didn't buy it already You should check our Newegg.com. They 're selling a Seasonic X750 a 750 watt gold cert. fully modular psu for $99 net after promo code and free shipping ends 11/11.
  12. Corsair is not made by Seasonic, there were two or three models that were but they are discontinued. Most Corsairs are made by CWT.
  13. The one built by seasonic is v2 TX-750 – Channel Well (CWT) (PSH(older) platform)
    TX-750 v2 – Seasonic
    TX-750M – Channel Well (CWT)
  14. mace200200 said:
    Corsair is not made by Seasonic, there were two or three models that were but they are discontinued. Most Corsairs are made by CWT.


    I think youre mixing them up
  15. XFX is one of my personal favorites because of the aesthetics, all XFX power supplies are made by Seasonic and all highly rated as well.

    Black Edition – Seasonic
    Core Edition – Seasonic
    XXX Edition – Seasonic
  16. bigcyco1 said:
    XFX is one of my personal favorites because of the aesthetics, all XFX power supplies are made by Seasonic and all highly rated as well.

    Black Edition – Seasonic
    Core Edition – Seasonic
    XXX Edition – Seasonic


    How can i tell if my tx 750 is made by seasonic or something else
  17. hbeduryan818 said:
    How can i tell if my tx 750 is made by seasonic or something else

    TX-750 – Channel Well (CWT) (PSH(older) platform)
    TX-750 v2 – Seasonic
    TX-750M – Channel Well (CWT)
  18. bigcyco1 said:
    TX-750 – Channel Well (CWT) (PSH(older) platform)
    TX-750 v2 – Seasonic
    TX-750M – Channel Well (CWT)


    I still cant tell
  19. http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page541.htm Look here
    CWT makes good stuff too though.
  20. hbeduryan818 said:
    I still cant tell
    How come :??:
  21. bigcyco1 said:
    How come :??:

    Its a cp 9020042-na
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