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post #1 of 6 Old 11-29-2009, 02:55 PM - Thread Starter
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What should I get

I gave my hx1000 to my bro so, I must get a new psu!


HX1000

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Tagan BZ1300. Price doesn't matter. Just performance!

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post #2 of 6 Old 11-29-2009, 03:36 PM
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Why would you give that beast away?


I would go and get another one.


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If you want performance and build quality, that Tagan is far from the best choice. Just check this review out. The HX1000 is certainly a good choice, but it really depends what else is available to you. The Enermax Revolution+ series are a little better than the Corsair and the Enhance built Cooler Master Real Power Pro 1kW is also a strong contender.
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I would pick the HX1000W over any Tagan product, any day. Tagan ranges from mediocre to awful. Corsair ranges from good to amazing. I would agree with Shinji. The Corsair TX950W, HX1000W, CoolerMaster Real Power Pro 1000W, or PC P&C Silencer 910W (if you can find one!) would be my picks for the 900-1000W range.

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I really like Corsair. Never had any problems with my hx750 & hx1000.
I want the best psu that's it so the corsair wins?


It must have at least 2x8 pin for the Classified
It must be 1000+watt + It must like the Classified = HX1000!

I am going to get hx1000 I think

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Yeah go get the HX 1000. One of the best PSUs there are and you can never go wrong with something from Corsair (unless you buy their RAM, they're bad).
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