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post #11 of 21
Hey, I would reccomend a Corsair CX430
You can get for about $30 off Newegg.com
ALSO, be sure you get the 430 V2
If you get the older one, you won't have a 6pin power plug.
post #12 of 21
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Neither mate, they're both trashy, just like the old Litepower units available at the shop you previously linked.

oh crap...frown.gif
those psu's that i linked cost 5k in the currency of my country..i cant spend any more..frown.gif

could you recommend me the cheapest psu from these sites which are in stock...i am a total noob in terms of psu's and i know that i cant afford the best..frown.gif..please help!!!!!

http://www.computersourcebd.com/brand/Antec/Gaming%20Accessories

http://www.computersourcebd.com/brand/Corsair/Gaming%20Accessories

http://www.ucc-bd.com/products-1/all-products/power-supply-unit.html?p=4

http://www.ryanscomputers.com/model.php?itemid=75&itemname=Power%20Supply&iten_inv_id=55

thanks in advance
kokokokokoooo
post #13 of 21
Get the Antec VP450P, not a brilliant unit either but better than your previous picks... the VP350P would actually be a better pick but it doesn't seem to on offer at any of those shops.
post #14 of 21
yup. those two hardly sip power
post #15 of 21
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Originally Posted by Original Sin View Post

Get the Antec VP450P, not a brilliant unit either but better than your previous picks... the VP350P would actually be a better pick but it doesn't seem to on offer at any of those shops.
so it would be my best choice?would you recommend exceeding my budget?i saw many good reviews on the corsair cx500w v2...its costs 7k..would you recommend that over the antec unit??
post #16 of 21
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so it would be my best choice?would you recommend exceeding my budget?i saw many good reviews on the corsair cx500w v2...its costs 7k..would you recommend that over the antec unit??
No, it's not better than the VP450P.
post #17 of 21
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No, it's not better than the VP450P.

would you recommend any other psu which is better than the vp450p in the tight budget area??i know i am bugging everyone with a lot of questions and i am really sorry about that...if i buy a psu now and if it blows up tomorrow along side my system,i wont be able to replace it...frown.gif

EDIT:
http://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00001818

vs.

http://store.antec.com/Product/power_supply-high_current_gamer/hcg-400/0-761345-23840-3.aspx

vs

antec vp450p??
Edited by kokokokokoooo - 11/26/12 at 11:41pm
post #18 of 21
The HCG is the best of the lot, and it's a quality unit, if it's not murdering your budget than go with that. wink.gif



ps. you're not bugging anyone. smile.gif
post #19 of 21
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The HCG is the best of the lot, and it's a quality unit, if it's not murdering your budget than go with that. wink.gif
ps. you're not bugging anyone. smile.gif

thanks for all the help mate..i am going with the hgc....i guess i need to save up a little bit more for the better...smile.gif
post #20 of 21
HCG is a quality choice. I'm the old guru (OS is the budding guru), an I'm using an HCG-750 for my system. Not the same platform as the HCG-400, but of similar quality. Very nice units.
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