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Hey everyone!

Currently, my sig rig is running on a Corsair AX1200. It is MASSIVELY overkill, and quite frankly is a gigantic waste (ie. currently I am idling at 100-108W surfing the web). tongue.gif I originally bought it over a year ago for my previous Tri-SLI 580 + i7 930 setup, but that has since long been decommissioned, in favor of my more humble rig today. redface.gif

So my mind is finally made up that I will not be going back to anything more than a single powerful GPU setup - at least not in the near future as my gaming time is nearly non-existent. I am also working out some deals to get my AX1200 sold this week, so I will need a replacement very soon. As such, from doing a little bit of research, I keep coming back to the Rosewill Capstone, particularly the 450W modular model, that is right in line with my price range:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182261

I am almost ready to pull the trigger, but before I do, does anyone have any other suggestions for around the same price ($70 or less) for a PSU with the proper capacity that is right in line with my setup?

Thanks in advance! thumb.gif

EDIT: Also, will the lack of an MOV be a problem in the event that I get a quick brown out? My power is typically pretty good, but we do get some blips every so often. I do have my rig on a surge protector if that helps. redface.gif

EDIT 2: Here's my follow up:
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Originally Posted by covert ash View Post

As a follow-up update, I received my Rosewill Capstone 450-M, after missing the first UPS delivery attempt yesterday. rolleyes.gif Due to the length of the cables, it worked out better to have the PSU installed with the fan facing upward, as can be seen by the following (poor quality) cell phone pic tongue.gif:



On the initial power up, there was some noticeable bearing noise. However, after running for a few minutes, the noise seems to have subsided - perhaps the oil/lubricant in the fan needed to be dispersed evenly? With all the fans turned down completely by my fan controller, and my ear up close to the PSU, I cannot detect any significant fan noise from the Capstone, save for a slight whirring sound of air! This is in stark contrast to my AX1200, which I could clearly hear, even with the fan pointed downward, and the side panel installed! eek.gifwheee.gif

Having a more suitable wattage to match my current rig's components, it also seems like I am drawing a few less watts from the wall, as I am observing from my Belkin watt meter. Using the AX1200 and doing exactly what I am doing now, my power draw would hover around 106-110W. On this Capstone, I am pegged at a solid 100W! This might not sound like very much, and in reality it really isn't, but it goes to show that a unit that is immensely disproportionate to the components' power draw does have an affect on efficiency (small as it may or may not be).

Perhaps it might not be a fair comparison having a tiny PSU being stacked up against a significantly larger one, and expecting similar efficiency and noise levels with (relatively) low-powered components, but I think it is safe to say that maybe these big contrasts can help shine light on why it is important to put emphasis on realistic wattage capacities. While the AX1200 was great for my old Tri-SLI GTX 580 and overclocked i7 930 rig, it clearly was not meant for a power sipping setup consisting like what I am running now. tongue.gif

No doubt about it, OCN has pulled through and made a solid recommendation with these units, and I have no reservations in picking up another unit for an upcoming ITX LAN rig! biggrin.gif

Thank you everyone for your help and reassurances! thumb.gif

Edited by covert ash - 10/5/12 at 1:28pm
     
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I would go with this one. Better price ($29 AR) thumb.gif , plus i trust Corsair PSUs the most. Promo Code: EMCNAHE59
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?SID=a3tVwAt4EeKi0fLLArRDVQgTj3_MI1C3_0_0_0&AID=10440897&PID=1225267&Item=N82E16817139027&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm_mmc=AFC-C8Junction-_-cables-_-na-_-na
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I would go with this one. Better price ($29 AR) thumb.gif , plus i trust Corsair PSUs the most. Promo Code: EMCNAHE59
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?SID=a3tVwAt4EeKi0fLLArRDVQgTj3_MI1C3_0_0_0&AID=10440897&PID=1225267&Item=N82E16817139027&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm_mmc=AFC-C8Junction-_-cables-_-na-_-na

Thanks, Swolern! I briefly looked at that very unit before, but was kind of put off by the lack of modular cables. That, and I'm not too crazy on the pre-paid rebate cards that Corsair gives - if anything, I prefer a good ol' fashioned check like how Antec still does. tongue.gif

All the same, I will keep this one in mind. thumb.gif

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Recommending a Corsair CX500 over a Rosewill Cpastone, just because "I trust Corsair PSUs the most" is exactly why I fight Corsair mania. For ****'s sake, man. It's a low end CTW DSAII unit with the +12V capacity of a 430W, not a 500W, with Chinese capacitors and group regulation and fixed cables and it barely clears 80PLUS Standard.

Versus the Rosewill Capstone M which is literally better in every single way imaginable. Period.




You people, I swear.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129 View Post

Recommending a Corsair CX500 over a Rosewill Cpastone, just because "I trust Corsair PSUs the most" is exactly why I fight Corsair mania. For ****'s sake, man. It's a low end CTW DSAII unit with the +12V capacity of a 430W, not a 500W, with Chinese capacitors and group regulation and fixed cables and it barely clears 80PLUS Standard.
Versus the Rosewill Capstone M which is literally better in every single way imaginable. Period.
You people, I swear.

Wow.....Grumpy much?

I stand corrected. Sounds like the Rosewill is better.
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I read a review recently on the Rosewill and the main complaint was fan noise under load.Some small technical issues were related but they did not sound of great significance.

EDIT: The technical omission I speak of is the lack of MOV overvoltage protection devices.
Edited by PCCstudent - 10/1/12 at 12:02am
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Quote:
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Wow.....Grumpy much?

Yes. How would you react if someone came in saying,

"I would go with this EVGA GT520 because I trust EVGA most. Forget that Gigabyte GTX660Ti!"

Brand doesn't matter. The hardware does. Intangibles like support come into it too, but Rosewill's support is pretty darn good. Do your research before making a recommendation just on brand.




Anyway, the lack of a MOV, honestly, is not that huge a deal. Just use a surge protector.
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^ Ok man we get it! No need to get your panties in a knot!!

I still prefer the $29 Corsair devil-smiley-019.gif
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^ Ok man we get it! No need to get your panties in a knot!!
I still prefer the $29 Corsair devil-smiley-019.gif

You say hes grumpy yet you make childish remarks.

He has a point man , People to often recommend brand in lieu of Performance and Quality.

Its better to have a quality product than a matching brand , Is it really worth Wasting money Because " OMG I love Corsair"
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Recommending a Corsair CX500 over a Rosewill Cpastone, just because "I trust Corsair PSUs the most" is exactly why I fight Corsair mania. For ****'s sake, man. It's a low end CTW DSAII unit with the +12V capacity of a 430W, not a 500W, with Chinese capacitors and group regulation and fixed cables and it barely clears 80PLUS Standard.
Versus the Rosewill Capstone M which is literally better in every single way imaginable. Period.
You people, I swear.

And swear, you did! biggrin.gif
+1 to this, though. I love how they have a fantastic price point for such good quality.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Swolern View Post

Wow.....Grumpy much?
I stand corrected. Sounds like the Rosewill is better.

Indeed - the Rosewill will crap all over the CX500.
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Yes. How would you react if someone came in saying,
"I would go with this EVGA GT520 because I trust EVGA most. Forget that Gigabyte GTX660Ti!"
Brand doesn't matter. The hardware does. Intangibles like support come into it too, but Rosewill's support is pretty darn good. Do your research before making a recommendation just on brand.
Anyway, the lack of a MOV, honestly, is not that huge a deal. Just use a surge protector.

Which if you're not, go home anyway LOL.
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