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cyber monday is almost over and i need to pick a PSU in less than an hour!!!!

i wanted to know which one is the PSU

1)COOLER MASTER Silent Pro M2 720w- $79.99 after $20.00 rebate card

2)SeaSonic X750- $99.99

3)EVGA SuperNOVA NEX750B - $84.99 after $10.00 rebate card

4)Antec TruePower New TP-750- $99.99

before people post ' you dont need that many watts for your rig' .........yes i do!! i will be upgrading to CF 7950 and according to psucalu i need 700w
    
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i would go with the seasonic. pretty sure they have a good rep and will accommodate your future crossfire.
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i would go with the seasonic. pretty sure they have a good rep and will accommodate your future crossfire.
thanks was leaning mostly on them but wanted to see what everybody esle thought
    
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post #4 of 8
I would go with Seasonic too becasue it's fully modular and GOLD Certified biggrin.gif
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Yup, definitely the Seasonic.
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post #6 of 8
Out of those, the Seasonic. The Antec is the second-best of those (probably; wasn't the EVGA just an "enhanced" FSP Aurum?), and it's a Seasonic-OEM product that's a lower-end build compared to X Series.

edit: on a side note, I can't read, since this response is way after an hour passed from the OP doh.gif
post #7 of 8
Hi jay2nice000

Just want to wade in here and give my 2 cents.
I use Silverstone.
You will seldome see this or this class of power supply go on sale.
I've burned out Antec and seasonics before, Antec blew fast, (no offence mikeaj).
I avoid now mainstreem and highly advertised/ hyped/ on sale powersupplies.
I'm on a Strider evo 1000 now and a Zeus Enterprise class 850 before.
My liquid machine, Strider 1200.
All Silverstone.
These things are truely stable. reliable, gold seal.
Regardless good luck.

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SeaSonic all the way! Good quality ish.
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