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OK, so did some change

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I wanted a Motherboard that also looks nice, but as someone pointed out, $300 for a Mobo..is kind of ridicilious.
If I go this, I can probabely switch to GTX 770 SLI and still keep it in budget

 

Not that it's that big of a difference in price, but are you really willing to spend $149.99 for a PSU when you could really only have to pay either $89.99 shipped or $109.99 shipped?

 

Besides, a good quality-made 650W is still plenty of power even if you had two 770s in SLI.

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The good quality-made ones don't, not really. This depends mostly on the quality of the capacitors. So the only PSUs that are enough of a concern are the ones that should be avoided anyway. smile.gif
 
Of course, now the question becomes: "so then how do I shop for PSUs if I have no way of knowing what's good or bad?" That's the problem, and for that reason, I've become as obsessed as I am with making it easier for people to shop for PSUs (thanks to the real PSU experts on here).

is my psu good? don't worry I wont be offended if u say its junk, I never tried OCZ before but I had got a free one once and it worked great for a long time. so I bought this when I build my rig thinking its so big it will definitely last for a long time.
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is my psu good? don't worry I wont be offended if u say its junk, I never tried OCZ before but I had got a free one once and it worked great for a long time. so I bought this when I build my rig thinking its so big it will definitely last for a long time.

What you have is made by Sirtec and is at least 4 years old and while its not a bad unit its not super high end either it just stands as decent these days

http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page1373.htm
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What you have is made by Sirtec and is at least 4 years old and while its not a bad unit its not super high end either it just stands as decent these days

http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page1373.htm

cool thanks. I plan to tri sli that's also why its way too big for my current setup. it was on sale when I got it about 2 years ago, and at the time I assumed it wasn't the newest model, so that sounds about right. I didn't realise psus were like rebranded or whatever.
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OK, so did some change

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Motherboard Asus SABERTOOTH Z77 ATX LGA1155 Motherboard $239.99
Memory Corsair Vengeance 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-1866 Memory $144.99 - Cheaper then the dominator, and I don't like the spiky look on the Gskill or other Corsair one though.
Storage Samsung 840 Series 250GB 2.5" Solid State Disk $179.99
Video Card Asus GeForce GTX 670 4GB Video Card $429.99
Case Fractal Design Define XL R2 (Black Pearl) ATX Full Tower Case $129.99
PSU SeaSonic X750 Gold 750W $149.99

I wanted a Motherboard that also looks nice, but as someone pointed out, $300 for a Mobo..is kind of ridicilious.
If I go this, I can probabely switch to GTX 770 SLI and still keep it in budget

Well take a look at this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226382
Cheaper, slightly tighter timings, and not gskill... if you like red that is biggrin.gif
And I'm pretty sure the redlines are in the same class as dominators.

And dont worry about getting a pro series, you won't see any real difference with that little bit increased IOPS smile.gif
   
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is my psu good? don't worry I wont be offended if u say its junk, I never tried OCZ before but I had got a free one once and it worked great for a long time. so I bought this when I build my rig thinking its so big it will definitely last for a long time.

 

It sounds like an excellent PSU for your system based on this review:

 

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/OCZ-Z-Series-1000-W-Power-Supply-Review/942/1

 

However, at the end it points out that if someone were to use this PSU in order to pull about 1000W from it, then they might have problems with the +3.3V rail. Otherwise, it sounds like a very nice PSU.

 

Edit: Almost no PSU are made by the brand name they're sold under (except for maybe Enermax and definitely except for SeaSonic).

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cool thanks. I plan to tri sli that's also why its way too big for my current setup. it was on sale when I got it about 2 years ago, and at the time I assumed it wasn't the newest model, so that sounds about right. I didn't realise psus were like rebranded or whatever.

Almost every PSU on the market are made by someone else then the brand on the box in fact OCZ has 6 companies they buy designs from they put in their own metal box

So that means that PSU´s brands are totally meaningless if you pick a PSU by the brand you might as well buy a car based on what color it has you might get Ferrari or a WV Beetle

Anyone that says lines like this oh get Cosair they make the best PSU´s you can buy are worng on so many levels that its just plain ignorance or downright stupidity to say things like that
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Almost every PSU on the market are made by someone else then the brand on the box in fact OCZ has 6 companies they buy designs from they put in their own metal box

So that means that PSU´s brands are totally meaningless if you pick a PSU by the brand you might as well buy a car based on what color it has you might get Ferrari or a WV Beetle

Anyone that says lines like this oh get Cosair they make the best PSU´s you can buy are worng on so many levels that its just plain ignorance or downright stupidity to say things like that

 

I'm dealing with that almost every week on SevenForums: "get Corsair because they make the best". So I just sit there with my palm on my face. Then I speak up and I try to explain that it's not about brand names and then they say that Corsair's build quality is the best, they always have the nicest quality cables and what not and again I find my palm stuck to my face. I swear, it's like the only people who know anything about PSUs are on OCN and JonnyGURU's site.

 

I like how you explained it though and it's going to help me in my future explanations: almost no PSU is made by the brand it's being sold under, and so that's why it's not good to shop by PSU brand. If someone comes back with "but all Corsair PSU's are made by SeaSonic", I'll just have to show them this:

 

http://www.overclock.net/t/654983/on-corsair-psus

 

It's not completely up to date, but it certainly shows how incorrect that statement is.


Edited by TwoCables - 6/2/13 at 11:11am
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I'm dealing with that almost every week on SevenForums: "get Corsair because they make the best". So I just sit there with my palm on my face. Then I speak up and I try to explain that it's not about brand names and then they say that Corsair's build quality is the best, they always have the nicest quality cables and what not and again I find my palm stuck to my face. I swear, it's like the only people who know anything about PSUs are on OCN and JonnyGURU's site.

Thats what this is for

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Thats what this is for

 

hehe I just do this:

 

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Apparently, I also ninja-edit people while they're replying to me. Sorry. :)

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