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post #11 of 14
Hmm. I'll be that guy. I would get the Thermaltake unless you are using a board with dual 8 pin plugs for the cpu. Both are good PSU's, but I hate those flat cables Corsair uses. I have two HX850's and a Thermaltake Toughpower 850 and never had a problem with either, though.
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post #12 of 14
i can see that you have bought the thermaltake psu and thats a wise decision i would have done that two corsair is powerful and good but not more powerful than thermaltake tough power corsair is better than thermaltake TR2 but not better than tough power toughpower is the best powersupply
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post #13 of 14
Not sure why you'd bump a 2.5 month old thread to say that. But anyways, no, the TT Grand 1200W is not a better PSU than the AX1200. The TT has worse voltage regulation and worse ripple suppression. Plus it is overpriced. I would definitely have gone with the AX1200.
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post #14 of 14
definitely corsair, but why such a large psu?
    
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