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Can I trust a Sapphire FirePSU 625?

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What it says on the tin. It's the same price as the Corsair 600W one but has 4 PCI-E wires and 25W more power.

+rep for answers.
Edited by Devilmaypoop - 5/14/11 at 8:58am
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Get the corsair, as it is higher quality, higher quality 600w can outperform a 750w easily (not high quality) sapphire isn't known to make good psu
    
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I would go for the corsair.,.. Because the corsair would be more stable, efficient and Nice. Plus they have great Tech support. Not worth it on saving a few bucks, for the sapphire one
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Okay, thanks to both of you. I'll be hunting for Y-splitters now
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post #5 of 10
You should ask Can you trust Enermax?
SFI625AWT thats the one in question

heres 2 reviews
http://www.hardwareheaven.com/review...roduction.html
http://translate.googleusercontent.c...DsNhyaS93g6qoA
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If i am right. it should be a mod82+. its confirmed to be trustable all right. good performer for that particular unit.
     
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post #7 of 10
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Originally Posted by Firebeard View Post
Get the corsair, as it is higher quality, higher quality 600w can outperform a 750w easily (not high quality) sapphire isn't known to make good psu
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Originally Posted by shadow19935 View Post
I would go for the corsair.,.. Because the corsair would be more stable, efficient and Nice. Plus they have great Tech support. Not worth it on saving a few bucks, for the sapphire one
Just so you know.... they're Enermax rebrands.

@OP Is it the GS600?
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post #8 of 10
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Originally Posted by terence52 View Post
If i am right. it should be a mod82+. its confirmed to be trustable all right. good performer for that particular unit.
I have to admit the couple they brought out dont look too bad.
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page379.htm
Saphire stepping up with the mobos and the occasional psu lol maybe one day they will put bloody better coolers on their gpus
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I have to admit the couple they brought out dont look too bad.
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page379.htm
Saphire stepping up with the mobos and the occasional psu lol maybe one day they will put bloody better coolers on their gpus
LOL. too bad. i still prefer gigabyte for gpus and mobos :X
anyway. confirmed its the modu82+ 625w :
Modu82+: http://www.enermax.com/home.php?fn=e...1&lv1=28&no=83
Firepsu : http://www.sapphiretech.com/presenta...&pid=254&lid=1
exactly the same specs.
sapphire mobos thou.. are made by jetway. :X
     
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post #10 of 10
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Originally Posted by terence52 View Post
LOL. too bad. i still prefer gigabyte for gpus and mobos :X
anyway. confirmed its the modu82+ 625w :
Modu82+: http://www.enermax.com/home.php?fn=e...1&lv1=28&no=83
Firepsu : http://www.sapphiretech.com/presenta...&pid=254&lid=1
exactly the same specs.
sapphire mobos thou.. are made by jetway. :X
yip found the same thing
EMD625AWT II Thats the Enermax Model. Only difference is the Enermax one aint certified

SFI625AWT Thats the Saphire model
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