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post #11 of 29
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Originally Posted by sijoune View Post
I don't think that i need 750W. I prefer to buy the TX650 and save 20€.
What i want to know is, if i can get anything better than the Corsair in that price range.
First of all, you don't need a 600W power supply.. but if you do insist on getting something around that value, I'd suggest the Thermaltake XT 575 or FSP Aurum 600W they're the best priced solid units(with 5 year warranty) I could find following that link.
But I suggest you also look at something smaller, FSP Aurum 500, Amacrox 88+ 500, BeQuiet E8/E9 450 and upwards.. aren't there any Super Flower Golden Green units available in Greece?

Edit:
Or just save yourself some money and go with an Antec HCG 520(for some reason I missed it initially) which is very well priced and it's Seasonic S12II Bronze inside..
Edited by Original Sin - 10/26/11 at 1:53pm
post #12 of 29
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So Antec HCG 520 or Corsair TX650?
The price with shipping is almost the same.
Antec comes with 75€ and Corsair with 82€.
Edited by sijoune - 10/26/11 at 2:13pm
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post #13 of 29
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So Antec HCG 520 or Corsair TX650?
The price with shipping is almost the same.
Antec comes with 75€ and Corsair with 82€.
That's some expensive shipping for the HCG, considering it was listed from 59 euros and the TXv2 at 82 without chipping
At the price difference you listed though, the TXv2 makes the better deal.

Also look at the OCZ ZT550, I didn't think they'd be available already so didn't bothered to check.. it offers full modularity at an excellent price.
post #14 of 29
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That's some expensive shipping for the HCG, considering it was listed from 59 euros and the TXv2 at 82 without chipping
Yes the store that sells TXv2 offers free shipping.
As with HCG i don't know why but the 59€ price is of a foreign store that ships to Greece for 19€. So the best options is to buy it from my local store for 75€.

What about CoolerMaster Silent Pro series?

At last i wanted to know which manufacturers are considered to be the best. Could someone make a small list of manufacturers in order based in their quality. For example 1.Enermax 2.Corsair 3.Thermaltake.
Edited by sijoune - 10/26/11 at 2:38pm
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post #15 of 29
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Yes the store that sells TXv2 offers free shipping.
As with HCG i don't know why but the 59€ price is of a foreign store that ships to Greece for 19€.

What about CoolerMaster Silent Pro series?
Not on the same level, if you can stretch your budget to the Silent Pro Gold than yes, otherwise stick to what's already suggested.

What about the XT 575 and the ZT 550 with shipping?
post #16 of 29
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Thermaltake Toughpower XT 575W - 83€
OCZ ZT Series 550W - 102€

Also some other suggestions i've been given:
Thermaltake Toughpower XT 675W - 93€
Thermaltake Toughpower W0117 750W - 86€

Prices are plus shipping.

I think i'm going for the TX650 V2. For 82€ and 5 years warranty i thnk it's the best deal. But you know better. What do you think?
Edited by sijoune - 10/26/11 at 2:56pm
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post #17 of 29
Of those options, the Thermaltake XT 575.

If you just want something to handle a GTX 560 (Ti or not Ti) and I guess a CPU upgrade, Enermax NAXN 450W 80+ at 52€ would be the low-cost alternative:
http://www.skroutz.gr/s/334673/Enerm...N-450W-80.html

That's one of the CWT DSAII units I think, same as Corsair CX V2. You would need a molex -> PCIe power adapter for the graphics card, but most come with one.


wait nevermind...those parts picker websites are always bad with similar product items. I think the one listed under NAXN 80+ might just be a standard NAXN which may be completely different and much worse. Avoid NAXN in case you get the wrong one. There's a 450AWT, 450AST, and 450AGT. AWT is the better one, not sure about AST vs. AGT.
Edited by mikeaj - 10/26/11 at 3:05pm
post #18 of 29
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I don't get it. You propose the Thermaltake XT 575?
And in comparison with TX650 which one is more noisy? I cant find any comparison between them.
I'm not disputing your proposal. It's just i want to be sure i will make the best choise.
Edited by sijoune - 10/26/11 at 3:14pm
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post #19 of 29
At the prices you listed I'd go with the Thermaltake XT 575 too, performance wise it's at least on the level of the TXv2 but it also offers modularity and 5 year warranty.
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Ok. You have been very helpful. I appreciate it.
Thanks!
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