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    [Help] Choose PSU?

    With 500W-600W, I should choose what is the best source ? Corsair ,OCZ ,FSP .v...vv???
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    In the 500-600w region, can't beat Corsair

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ket View Post
    In the 500-600w region, can't beat Corsair
    +1, Corsair is good stuff. Might also consider an Antec Earthwatts PSU, they're made by Delta and might be a tad cheaper.
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    +2 Corsair


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    corsair is nice for that range but they tend to have a price premium and noisy fans (if you have a near silent or quiet system its annoying. so i started using the ocz modXstream 500 and 600W for people and they seam to be solid and quiet but if u can get a corsair ar then thats the best thing
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    yes, corsair. grab a hx 620 and forget about it.
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    If you want a silent, high end... http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151088 but shop for the best price.

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    Thanks all for help. but Corsair 's noisy ??? I need silent
    Last edited by pronamsaigon; 06-10-2010 at 11:37 PM.

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    my 750tx is a little noisy, its a new fresh one from an rma from a few weeks ago. the fan profile is messed up so the fan ether off or on high
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