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Thanks Elvla and Mikeaj for your recommendations!

Ive looked at both and im leaning towards the antec TP just for 2 simple reasons

its partially modular and its cheaper

but ive heard a lot of good things about the corsairs that Elvla linked....psu's just arent my area of vast knowledge...i know seasonics are real good but other than that im not sure whats what in the world of psu's

90$ is really the max i wanted to spend but i just got a 25$ rebate from some parts i ordered for a friend as a birthday gift...so im looking at maybe 115$ max now

just a side note...i got rid of the Earthwatt 500D just due to the fact that im sorta building this computer for future proofing incase i decided to get a heavy duty gpus or i go crazy overclocking or something lol...i just want the breathing room


EDIT: should i be looking at a psu with multiple 12v rails like the Antec TP or single railed 12v?
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post #12 of 14
Go with the Antec, really. Multiple rails is not going to be a problem, and it's a fine PSU.
In the 600-900w range there's no real difference between single and multiple rail designs. It's only important to consider rail count above that figure.
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So after looking around ive found what i believe would be the 3 best psu's to do what i need done along with a little bit of future proofing

1st: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817371021

2nd: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151095

3rd: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817139012

the 3rd being a little over my price range initially but after rebate falls inline with the others...basicly what i based that listed on is they are modular and under 110$ and have been recommended by someone here and have gotten favorable reviews on other websites...ideally what i was looking for was a psu thats 600-700w and as close to fully modular as possible(would love an x-650 but way out of my price range) with out breaking the bank and skimping on features


so out of those 3 what would the professionals here on OCN deem the best bang for buck?

EDIT: im sure i left out some other psu's so if i did and you all know of one that pretty modular and fits the rest of the bill...please add it in
Edited by FreekyGTi - 5/3/11 at 10:44pm
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Originally Posted by FreekyGTi View Post
So after looking around ive found what i believe would be the 3 best psu's to do what i need done along with a little bit of future proofing

1st: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817371021

2nd: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151095

3rd: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817139012

the 3rd being a little over my price range initially but after rebate falls inline with the others...basicly what i based that listed on is they are modular and under 110$ and have been recommended by someone here and have gotten favorable reviews on other websites...ideally what i was looking for was a psu thats 600-700w and as close to fully modular as possible(would love an x-650 but way out of my price range) with out breaking the bank and skimping on features


so out of those 3 what would the professionals here on OCN deem the best bang for buck?
Go with the Antec trupower. It's a great psu for the price.
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