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i was looking how are NZXT Power supplies?
The Hale90 series units are good.
post #32 of 40
Congratulations Shub, you are the only one in this thread that knows anything about power supplies!!!!

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Here is a good powersupply that will suit your needs as well. The XFX unit is a SeaSonic rebrand that can also be found inside the TX650V2 but for way cheaper. It's modular and starts off at $88.99 and $68.99 AMIR.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-007-_-Product
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See i love this forums with people knowing alot. I men this is important i want to have a good psu that is not a pocket killer.

I mean i read reviews with no problems of nzxt but the thing is there new to market


what a headache looking for psu
Edited by VaporXtreme - 5/26/11 at 7:26am
post #34 of 40
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Congratulations Shub, you are the only one in this thread that knows anything about power supplies!!!!
I wouldn't go that far, but thanks

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Here is a good powersupply that will suit your needs as well. The XFX unit is a SeaSonic rebrand that can also be found inside the TX650V2 but for way cheaper. It's modular and starts off at $88.99 and $68.99 AMIR.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-007-_-Product
Just FYI, while that's a perfectly decent unit, it does not have the same insides as the Corsair TX650V2. The other 650W XFX (Core Edition) does -- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817207014 -- while the XXX Edition you linked to is an older SeaSonic platform that's actually closer to the older Corsair TX650. The original green XFX XXX unit actually used a PC Power & Cooling PCB that was probably left over from the PCP&C Silencer 610W I think XFX has completely moved away from ugly toxic green fans now, but AFAIK the unit you linked to is still identical internally to the original green XFX XXX. Still a good unit for the price though!
Edited by Shub - 5/26/11 at 7:36am
post #35 of 40
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I wouldn't go that far, but thanks



Just FYI, while that's a perfectly decent unit, it does not have the same insides as the Corsair TX650V2. The other 650W XFX (Core Edition) does -- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817207014 -- while the XXX Edition you linked to is an older SeaSonic platform that's actually closer to the older Corsair TX650. The original green XFX XXX unit actually used a PC Power & Cooling PCB that was probably left over from the PCP&C Silencer 610W I think XFX has completely moved away from ugly toxic green fans now, but AFAIK the unit you linked to is still identical internally to the original green XFX XXX. Still a good unit for the price though!
You're right. Mixed up the units. And thank god they did get rid of those fans.
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post #36 of 40
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This really sucks now im stuck between AX 850 or NZXT 1000 I know i dont need 1000 but i want to know is nzxt good or equal to corsair hx or ax. I would like a 1000 wat but since there new to psu market im skeptical
post #37 of 40
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This really sucks now im stuck between AX 850 or NZXT 1000 I know i dont need 1000 but i want to know is nzxt good or equal to corsair hx or ax. I would like a 1000 wat but since there new to psu market im skeptical
how are you stuck?? Both of those are way more than you need?
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no im stuck on a good choice... not the wattage
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like how good is nzxt because there new to market
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The NZXT Hale90 1000W has the same insides as the Kingwin Lazer Gold 1000W (as well as other units). Consider that most of the PSU brands you know don't actually make PSUs. A bunch of Chinese companies do that job. In this case, both the NZXT Hale90 1000W and the Kingwin LZG-1000 are made by Super Flower, so whatever review you can find for one unit should more or less fly for the other unit.
So, while the name NZXT is new to the PSU market, just remember what's under the hood is good stuff.
As for NZXT themselves I have no personal experience with them, but I hear their customer service is great.
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