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post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by TwoCables View Post
The 430W SeaSonic S12II is not the same as the 520W SeaSonic S12II.

In other words, I already know that the 520W Antec Neo ECO is a 520W SeaSonic S12II.
yeah what I said the 520w Seasonic and the Neo are the same one that's why I said whichever is the cheapest. Seasonic 430w ain't that the old Corsair 430w unit before the CWT remix?
post #12 of 14
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Originally Posted by Spooony View Post
yeah what I said the 520w Seasonic and the Neo are the same one that's why I said whichever is the cheapest. Seasonic 430w ain't that the old Corsair 430w unit before the CWT remix?
You were replying to my post where I said I was going to recommend the 430W SeaSonic S12II, so that's why I said what I said.

Heh. To be rude for a moment, re-read my post! What you said makes no sense because I was talking about the 430W S12II, but you misunderstood and somehow got the impression that I don't know that the 520W Neo ECO is an S12II.

Anyway, the 430W SeaSonic S12II is what Corsair used in the VX450.
Edited by TwoCables - 5/21/11 at 7:39pm
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I personally like the EA-650 Green, though I'm not expert enough to say how it compares to the NeoEco. I imagine they're close however.
This is actually the PSU i'm getting for my upcoming build. I approve. The Green has 2 +12v @ 38A each while the NeoEco has one running at 48A. The Green seems to be the winner. Both have 80 PLUS and are ~$70 each. Plus the Green has an extra 30W overall, but who buys PSUs ONLY by wattage?
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antec earthwatts

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$65 650watts bronze certified
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