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Haha yeah that's why I was confused, I don't know much about Antec, I'm going to stick with the TX750V2, it's cheaper, and it fulfills what I need it for.
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post #22 of 26
Ran my old sig rig off a GS600. Awesome power supply, and very quiet. My other AX850 came in today and I missed having it due to the modular design and overall quality of it. Got it for $150 bucks off Newegg after MIR.

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post #23 of 26
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Originally Posted by Ouija View Post
Haha yeah that's why I was confused, I don't know much about Antec, I'm going to stick with the TX750V2, it's cheaper, and it fulfills what I need it for.
Where are you buying from and what is your budget, chances are you can do better
post #24 of 26
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Buying from newegg, comes out to about $95 with everything, my budget is about $120.
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Buying from newegg, comes out to about $95 with everything, my budget is about $120.
PCP&C Silencer 760 @ 99$ after rebate, it uses a superior Seasonic platform to the TXv2 and it's a solid deal with 7 year warranty.
Or the Lepa G700 which @ 99$ after rebate, is the cheapest high end, Gold rated unit you can buy, and it's excellent
post #26 of 26
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Wow the Lepa G700 looks really good, and it's also Modular..you just changed my mind haha.
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