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Hello,people i have question about UPS.Battery had died on my "APC Back-UPS CS 650".I dont know what to do now,to change battery or buy Cyber Power UPS.Cyber Power had recently come to Croatia,so i dont know anything about it,and i cant find to much reviews.So is Cyber Power UPS quality product like APC or...
One more thing to say.I have 850HX Corsair and this APC that i have now,only have output power of 400W is it enough or should i buy more.
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400 watts would maybe give you a few minutes or so. Just enough time to save and shutdown. Cyberpower products aren't necessarily bad, I have had good luck with their power supplies, never tried their UPSs though. I would rate APC higher but if its cheap and available it may be worth a try.
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Its cheaper then APC.Cyber Power UPS with output power of 750W in Croatia 280$.But let say if I buy in future one more card and then my pc consumes 500W,would this be problem for my UPS that have output power 400W.
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I use a Cyber Power ~800w for one of my computers and it does what it's supposed to do. I have yet to try an APC unit because they cost so much, but I'm comfortable with the Cyber Power unit, even though it needs more power. The most important thing is just to make sure that it supplies enough power. I had a 650w PSU for an EP45-UD3R board and a Q6600, 4 hard drives, 4 memory sticks, 1 GeForce 210 GPU and an ethernet card.....the UPS would get randomly tripped and beep. Now that I have a lower power configuration (replaced with more power efficient motherboard/CPU) it hasn't happened anymore. I did also change the power supply from a Corsair TX 650 to a PC Power & Cooling sq75b if that makes any difference.
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Tnx guys for trying to help,been at work could not reply faster.
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