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Hi members,

i am looking for a moduler psu in cheap,
which will support my i5 2500k or bulldozer with (hd 5770 + gts 250) or (hd 6950 + gts 250) gpu set up.

I found this deal intersting
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817194084

now i am looking to use this psu for at least 5 year.
And i am not a efficincy or silence fanboy, any thing with 80+ certification will do.

And 90 -100 $ is my price point.

Thanks in advance for great support of this community.
    
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post #2 of 18
Your profile says that you live in Bangladesh, but Newegg doesn't ship internationally.

However, if you found a way to order from Newegg (like maybe a friend here in the states is going to buy it and then bring it or ship it to you), then here are some better units for this price that I guarantee will easily handle your system if it were to have a 6950 + a GTS 250 in it:

AMD recommends a 500W peak-rated power supply to power a system that has one 6950 in it (proof), but all of the PSUs I am recommending are continuous-rated which means that they all have a much larger capacity than the typical 500W peak-rated unit. On top of that, they all do well in delivering clean and stable power.

If, by chance, you are interested in buying the best of the best, then look no further than the 560W SeaSonic X-Series (there's a good reason why it costs $124.99). If you want the absolute best value without sacrificing quality, then go with one of the other units I recommended.

However, I'm still concerned about the fact that you live in Bangladesh and that Newegg does not ship internationally.
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post #3 of 18
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Thanks for ur suggestions, and i have a friend who will buy psu for me, and send it to me as he's been doing for my other computing hardware needs.
Now i am planing to buy another hd 6950 and unlock it to 6970. Will these 550~620 w psu will be able to hold up with my gts 250 physx card in place.
So i mean are these psu will b enough for a (2* hd 6970 + gts 250) set up with a 125w or 140w prossesor.
Sorry for my bad english.
    
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post #4 of 18
no... a 600w would do fine with a single 6950+250 but for crossfire and a 250 i'd recommend a seasonic x 750 or x760w... however these are much more expensive. This is the cheapest, and optimal quality i could find that is near your price range: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817194086

That should power your rig and last for the amount of time you want

EDIT: However, i am not sure, but your rig might run on a quality 700w... i just don't know and wait for someone to confirm. If you run a psu at it's max load constantly, it will obviously not last as long as if you were running it at it's most optimal (50-60%)
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post #5 of 18
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Originally Posted by razukchar View Post
Thanks for ur suggestions, and i have a friend who will buy psu for me, and send it to me as he's been doing for my other computing hardware needs.
Now i am planing to buy another hd 6950 and unlock it to 6970. Will these 550~620 w psu will be able to hold up with my gts 250 physx card in place.
So i mean are these psu will b enough for a (2* hd 6970 + gts 250) set up with a 125w or 140w prossesor.
Sorry for my bad english.
Don't worry; I still understand what you're asking.

Unfortunately, I'm not confident in any of these PSUs to power a system that has two 6970s in it plus a GTS 250 for PhysX. For that, I have to recommend these which means we either must stretch the budget a bit, or go with a non-modular PSU:


I thought I was going to have more than 3 recommendations, but the price gets a bit steep after the HX650 (that is, when sorting Newegg's inventory by price, low to high). All of these have plenty of power and are all great at handling the added stress of overclocking!
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post #6 of 18
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Oh. "PSU" this word is easy to utter but finding a good psu in budget is rather difficult task.

At last after all your preference + my some study on some site i found this Kingwin lezer gold 850w at good price and seems to be a good unite to invest on.

Although i had to up my budget for psu by 40$.

Now that i have 140$ for psu you people can still recommand me a moduler unit.
    
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post #7 of 18
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Originally Posted by razukchar View Post
Oh. "PSU" this word is easy to utter but finding a good psu in budget is rather difficult task.

At last after all your preference + my some study on some site i found this Kingwin lezer gold 850w at good price and seems to be a good unite to invest on.

Although i had to up my budget for psu by 40$.

Now that i have 140$ for psu you people can still recommand me a moduler unit.
850W is major overkill here. It could power your build with about three 6950s, your GTS 250 for PhysX, a ton of hard drives, full water cooling, etc. It would be a waste of money.

Seriously, look at these:
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post #8 of 18
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ok i know its over kill, but buying a 650w for same money, it kind of looks like loss of money.


Both of this unit are gold plus certified. Both has nice voltage regulation + ripple suppression. Then whats the reason to buy seasonic x650?

Ok it has 89, 90, 89% efficiency, but kingwin lezer is also close at 88, 90, 89%.


And one thing more, will a overkill psu do any harm to my system performance or reduce my product life?
    
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post #9 of 18
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ok i know its over kill, but buying a 650w for same money, it kind of looks like loss of money.


Both of this unit are gold plus certified. Both has nice voltage regulation + ripple suppression. Then whats the reason to buy seasonic x650?

Ok it has 89, 90, 89% efficiency, but kingwin lezer is also close at 88, 90, 89%.
For one, the SeaSonic X-650 is the very best 650W power supply on the market. Plus, you're considering a unit which costs $35 more than the X-650, so you can certainly afford it. I mean, the price I'm seeing on the 850W Kingwin Lazer Gold is $180.98 after shipping while the SeaSonic X-650 is only $145.98 after shipping!

So for $35 less you're getting guaranteed top-of-the-line quality, plus you're getting a fully modular power supply. The Kingwin Lazer Gold is not fully modular (it's still modular, but some of the cables are soldered into the unit). However, you are correct that the Kingwin Lazer Gold series are excellent units.


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And one thing more, will a overkill psu do any harm to my system performance or reduce my product life?
The very best way I can answer that is by providing you with two articles to read and study:

On PSU Efficiency

PSU "50% Load" Myth
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post #10 of 18
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how will seasonic x760 be? I can get it for only 150$ at nearby microcenter.
    
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