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Enermax Modu87+ or Corsair TX650 V2

Poll Results: Which one?

 
  • 57% (4)
    Enermax Modu87+ 700W
  • 42% (3)
    Corsair TX650 V2
7 Total Votes  
post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
Both are for sale with only a difference of a dollar. I know that the Enermax unit earned a lot of gold awards (inc 80+ Gold LOL) but I don't know if it's durable or something. Meanwhile tx650 is another nice option but it's not modular and not gold certified.

I am really going to buy the Enermax PSU but I don't know why a lot of people don't buy it despite the very good reviews. Thanks!
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post #2 of 6
I'd take the Enermax Unit. Only had to deal with Enermax once on an RMA for a 620W about two years ago and they were great about it. Little rough around the edges as far as saying "Hey we shipped your replacement" but a 4 day down time [they overnighted] I can't complain, my brother was a happy camper.

I will say this though, both he and I absolutely despise the Heatguard crap. It keeps your fans running for about 15-20 seconds after you shut down. Problem is some boards think that's crazy talk and reboot. Eventually we replaced the board and it was fine, but it's annoying quite frankly.

Though, it seems Heatguard was a new thing to their lines.. so by now I'm sure it's long past fixed.

Take the Enermax.. that's my vote
    
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post #3 of 6
I'll throw in another option for you just in case: Lepa G700 700W. It's the same unit as the Enermax Modu87+ 700W, made by Enermax and all, just much cheaper typically. Maybe the Enermax is cheaper now that it's on sale, but look for the Lepa
post #4 of 6
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I would be getting the Enermax PSU for only 89.91 dollars (converted from my currency) . However since it was a promo I'd have to ship it to Taiwan for warranties after the 6 months period for replacement. :|
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post #5 of 6
As you said, the Enermax is 80 plus gold and fully modular. It's also one of the quietest power supplies on the market, that use a fan.

Performance on both units is to the point where you really don't need to be worrying about that, so I'd take the Enermax.
post #6 of 6
I just bought a lepa PSU, so get the Enermax!
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