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My TP-750 started buzzing recently which ive heard from many people, isnt a good sign.
So ive got an RMA with Scan.co.uk, but they dont sell them any more...

I rang up and asked what would happen, and I need to pick a replacement from the site and pay the difference.

So now I need to make a descision.
I want a PSU that is at least semi-modular, 750W for crossfire in the future and not too expensive (less than £100) tongue.gif

Its needs to be off this page.

Im looking at:
EVGA Supernova Full modular - £95
Corsair CXM 750W - £75.30
Corsair TXM 750W - £93.30

Ive not heard much about EVGAs PSUs before, but it has some good ratings on the site, and im not sure what the difference is between the two Corsairs...
Which would be the best value for money?

Im open to any other suggestions as well smile.gif
Any help or recommendations for this would be brilliant
Thanks
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EVGA Supernova Full modular - £95
Corsair CXM 750W - £75.30
Corsair TXM 750W - £93.30


If u want to Sli/Crossfire i would say Corsair TXM 750W. Now i have the 650W version and it's fine. So, 750W should be good too.


EVGA PSU's seems interesting, but i decided Corsair's.
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Originally Posted by Xan-Z View Post

If u want to Sli/Crossfire i would say Corsair TXM 750W. Now i have the 650W version and it's fine. So, 750W should be good too.

EVGA PSU's seems interesting, but i decided Corsair's.
Yeah, ive been thinking Corsair would be a good choice, but is it worth the price when for an extra £2 I can go fully modular?

Have you heard of anything actually bad about EVGA PSUs?
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Originally Posted by Dan the bloke View Post

Yeah, ive been thinking Corsair would be a good choice, but is it worth the price when for an extra £2 I can go fully modular?

Have you heard of anything actually bad about EVGA PSUs?
DO NOT buy the older EVGA PSU´s they have a huge number of problems

You want good bang for buck go with the Rosewill Capstone-M

Or you got a ton of other problems

http://www.overclock.net/t/183810/faq-recommended-power-supplies

Only EVGA PSU that you sould look at is the new Super Nova G2 the OEM for that is Super Flower
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DO NOT buy the older EVGA PSU´s they have a huge number of problems

You want good bang for buck go with the Rosewill Capstone-M

Or you got a ton of other problems

http://www.overclock.net/t/183810/faq-recommended-power-supplies

Only EVGA PSU that you sould look at is the new Super Nova G2 the OEM for that is Super Flower
Thanks for the advice smile.gif
The one that im looking at is on the recommended list though, so should it be okay?

And Scan dont sell anything by Rosewill, so thats a no go.
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Thanks for the advice smile.gif
The one that im looking at is on the recommended list though, so should it be okay?

And Scan dont sell anything by Rosewill, so thats a no go.

Even if its on the the list dont touch it

Its not that great you would be better of with the Lepa G or the Enermax MaxRevo if you need those super high end units

You sould read this if you have time
http://www.overclock.net/t/1391520/fractal-design-power-supplies-information-thread
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Even if its on the the list dont touch it

Its not that great you would be better of with the Lepa G or the Enermax MaxRevo if you need those super high end units

You sould read this if you have time
http://www.overclock.net/t/1391520/fractal-design-power-supplies-information-thread
I dont understand...
You said I should only look at the EVGA SuperNova, and thats the one im looking at.
http://www.scan.co.uk/products/750w-evga-supernova-nex-120-pg-0750-gr-full-modular-80-plus-gold-90-eff-eps-12v-sli-crossfire-atx

And again, Scan dont sell Lepa PSUs, and the Enermax Revos are well over £200.

What would you recommend from this page for under £100?
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I dont understand...
You said I should only look at the EVGA SuperNova, and thats the one im looking at.
http://www.scan.co.uk/products/750w-evga-supernova-nex-120-pg-0750-gr-full-modular-80-plus-gold-90-eff-eps-12v-sli-crossfire-atx

And again, Scan dont sell Lepa PSUs, and the Enermax Revos are well over £200.

What would you recommend from this page for under £100?

You did not understand me there are TWO Super Nova´s the old ones that flat out sucks and the new G2 not out yet

And there is nothing worth touching under 100£

There is Super Nova = crap and Super Nova G2 = good
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You did not understand me there are TWO Super Nova´s the old ones that flat out sucks and the new G2 not out yet

And there is nothing worth touching under 100£

There is Super Nova = crap and Super Nova G2 = good
Ahh, so thats why i couldnt find it in any shops.
Im really not looking for something top of the line. Just something that works, and I really dont have the money to go over £100.

How would you rate the Enermax triathlor fc 700W?
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There's a Lepa G750-MAS at Pixmania for <£100, if you can buy it on another site: http://www.pixmania.co.uk/uk/uk/12756211/art/lepa/g750-mas-80plus-gold-pc-p.html
It's based on the same platform as the HX750v2 - the CWT PUQ-G.

While the NEX750G isn't a bad unit and is indeed recommended on that list, it's a pretty mediocre PSU in comparison to what you could get in the same price point. The Supernova G2 is on whole another level in comparison to the NEX-G, and that's why Shika mentioned it.
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