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are they any good at all ? xfx pro550w (p1-550s-xxb9)

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It's a good unit, although it's far more wattage than your computer needs. Get a good 400-450W unit.
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The XFX Core Pro series is not bad actually! However, there are better units in terms of quality such as the 550W Antec TruePower New. Plus, the TruePower New series is partially modular.
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Core Pro series is pretty good - i have XFX 850W which i tested and held really decent wattages. You could check the jonnyguru reviews about them.
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Originally Posted by TwoCables;13304460 
The XFX Core Pro series is not bad actually! However, there are better units in terms of quality such as the 550W Antec TruePower New. Plus, the TruePower New series is partially modular.

I would dispute the quality argument above. The XFX 550W is a SeaSonic S12II unit. The TP-550 is not worth the extra $20 at all. As far as 550W units go, the TP-550 is really overpriced and I would never recommend it for that reason.
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Originally Posted by Shub;13304774 
I would dispute the quality argument above. The XFX 550W is a SeaSonic S12II unit. The TP-550 is not worth the extra $20 at all. As far as 550W units go, the TP-550 is really overpriced and I would never recommend it for that reason.
Well yeah, it's overpriced here in the USA, but I don't know if it is or not over in the UK (which is where he lives).

Anyway, I'm glad to have learned that the 550W Core Pro is an S12II! Thank you, Shub!
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XFX is not an S12II unit. The platform it's based on doesn't have a retail name yet, so we're just calling it "SS-***AT" for now, which is the OEM designation.

QUALITY wise it's just as well built as the Antec TPNs. Performance wise, it's marginally behind them. Not anything really noticeable, but worth pointing out at least.
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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129;13306090 
XFX is not an S12II unit. The platform it's based on doesn't have a retail name yet, so we're just calling it "SS-***AT" for now, which is the OEM designation.

QUALITY wise it's just as well built as the Antec TPNs. Performance wise, it's marginally behind them. Not anything really noticeable, but worth pointing out at least.

The 450 and 550w units are S12II, the rest of the Pro/Core are SS-***AT.
Edited by GameBoy - 4/28/11 at 10:28am
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Originally Posted by GameBoy;13307152 
The 450 and 550w units are S12II, the rest of the Pro/Core are SS-***AT.

Oh, derp. doh.gif Forgot that. tongue.gif
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