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February 26, 2013 12:11:13 AM

Hi all

Im looking for a new PSU for low-medium pc. I want to choose a Corsair PSU but i dont know if buy a CX600 or CX450, or VS550. The CX series have a good review on Hardwaresecrets but the VS is good enough ?

My pc:

MB: Asrock H61M-VS
GPU: XFX Radeon HD 6750
HDD: 1 SATA
CPU: Intel i3 2100
RAM: 1 DDR3 2gb / 1 DDR3 4gb

Maybe i buy an HD 7850 in a few months is enough for those PSU ?

Thnxs all

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February 26, 2013 12:27:35 AM

zhost said:
Hi all

Im looking for a new PSU for low-medium pc. I want to choose a Corsair PSU but i dont know if buy a CX600 or CX450, or VS550. The CX series have a good review on Hardwaresecrets but the VS is good enough ?

My pc:

MB: Asrock H61M-VS
GPU: XFX Radeon HD 6750
HDD: 1 SATA
CPU: Intel i3 2100
RAM: 1 DDR3 2gb / 1 DDR3 4gb

Maybe i buy an HD 7850 in a few months is enough for those PSU ?

Thnxs all


Hi - the VS550 is fine, considerably more power than you need for a
system with one 6750. It has 42a on the +12v rail(that is good),
your CPU & GPU draw from the +12v.

The VS series isn't marketed here in the US,
as it has input voltage of 220-240v which we don't use.

The VS has the same OEM (CWT) as the cx600 & cx430, so I
expect it will be of equal quality and you should be fine with it.

Tom

also more than enough for a 7850.
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February 26, 2013 12:30:16 AM

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February 26, 2013 12:32:55 AM

VS550 dont have 80+ but is cheaper, I think ill buy that one

thnx for answer :D 
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February 26, 2013 12:35:33 AM

zhost said:
VS550 dont have 80+ but is cheaper, I think ill buy that one

thnx for answer :D 


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