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post #11 of 15
Apologize for that.

-Corsair CX600V2
-Corsair TX650
-Corsair CX500V2
-Corsair CX430

Between those four, you should only consider CX600V2 and TX650. CX430 and CX500 have +12 V rail that is too weak for your setup.
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post #12 of 15
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Quote:
Originally Posted by trumpet-205 View Post

Apologize for that.
-Corsair CX600V2
-Corsair TX650
-Corsair CX500V2
-Corsair CX430
Between those four, you should only consider CX600V2 and TX650. CX430 and CX500 have +12 V rail that is too weak for your setup.

Okaaaay so.. PSU BATTLE!

OCZ ZS 650W
vs
Corsair CX600V2
vs
Corsair TX650!

Price/reliability/power.
\o/!
post #13 of 15
That's a TX650 V2 listed, not one of the other TX650.

TX650 V2 > ZS650 >> CX600 V2.

In my opinion, CX 600 V2 is priced too close to ZS650. The difference in quality is too great for that small price difference. The other two are good.

Also, I'm not going to guarantee that changing the power supply will necessarily fix all or any of the problems you have been having, though it may be likely.
post #14 of 15
Listen to MikeAJ

The best quality is the TX 650 followed relatively closely by the ZS. I would only get one of those two power supplies biggrin.gif
 
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Originally Posted by mikeaj View Post

That's a TX650 V2 listed, not one of the other TX650.
TX650 V2 > ZS650 >> CX600 V2.
In my opinion, CX 600 V2 is priced too close to ZS650. The difference in quality is too great for that small price difference. The other two are good.
Also, I'm not going to guarantee that changing the power supply will necessarily fix all or any of the problems you have been having, though it may be likely.
^This. TX650V2 wins by far.
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