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    what do you recommend for a full modular PSU

    I am looking at going with a full modular PSU for my build. I have looked at a few online and read about a few and there are just too many negatives about each of them.

    I am looking at the CORSAIR Professional Series Gold AX1200, ENERMAX, and OCZ.

    What are people saying at the best full modular PSU out there?

    Thanks.

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    ax1200 is best from your choices

    these websites have reviews of the ax1200

    jonnyguru.com
    hardocp.com
    techpowerup.com


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    I am open to other Brands, model, etc.

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    for fully modular: corsair ax1200
    for semi modular: antec hcp1200

    my choice: antec hcp1200


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    Check out the Silverstone PSU`s

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    Do you plan on running tri-sli/xfire?
    AX850 is enough even for overclocked cpu and sli 580gtx....
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