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In my country, it is not a big deal at all, because honestly speaking, the difference between power closer of one brand is like neglect-able, price between 600-800 is not much big difference, so for me if i got 700-800 or even 900W is not a waste, $20-50 difference will not do much for me here, prices are cheaper in East Asia and USA, and i said i found one shop that have very very nice prices, bought that 860 in almost closer price to 650W PSU of high quality brand, forget about some cheapo brands which i can find 1000W for $80-100

You sould never buy a PSU based on brand
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You sould never buy a PSU based on brand

Well, now it is late telling me about it, but for sure for future next time i will be more careful about what components i should buy, but also i should say that i can have budget sometimes to go with high quality or high performance products, people always or almost try to recommend low budget good products over expensive high performance products.

It is not a big deal now for me wasted money on or PSUs, i paid almost $7000 for 3 rigs so $700 on 3 PSUs will not be a big deal for me, i bought 2 mobos that are overkills anyway and also one GPU that is most pricey, what will be different with PSU then?
   
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Well, now it is late telling me about it, but for sure for future next time i will be more careful about what components i should buy, but also i should say that i can have budget sometimes to go with high quality or high performance products, people always or almost try to recommend low budget good products over expensive high performance products.

It is not a big deal now for me wasted money on or PSUs, i paid almost $7000 for 3 rigs so $700 on 3 PSUs will not be a big deal for me, i bought 2 mobos that are overkills anyway and also one GPU that is most pricey, what will be different with PSU then?

The reason you sould not buy PSU´s based on brand is one every brand has crap everyone even Corsair

Second reason why is almost all brands does not make their own PSU´s take your AX1200 that one is made by Flextronics not Corsair your AX850 is made by Seasonic not Corsair

Corsair use 4 OEM´s OCZ has 6 and almost all brands has more then one as well

Buying a PSU based on brand is like buying a car based on color unless you look into it and do some research you have no idea what you are buying
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Well, thank you very much telling me about it, in all cases from many shops i visited we don't have many names if i shouldn't say brands, and honestly speaking, only 3 names that stands out for me: Corsair, Antec and Cooler Master, other names even they may have great reviews and maybe decent quality didn't make me to choose them, such as: XFX, FSP, Thermaltake and something else i forgot, when i went there i see a lot of orders came on Corsair, very little on other names but i can't judge by that if i son't work there, i don't buy online, so locally Corsair was the best name i can buy from even they are not the true manufacturer, we don't know who made Cooler Master PSUs and we don't know who is behind Antec and so on.

You told me all that because you have experience and you read a lot, i came here just almost 2 months ago and i didn't have background, so i bought whatever i bought because of low knowledge, now i should be happy with whatever i purchased, don't make me to feel sorry and guilty forever because i bought PSU that are overpriced and worthless, for next time i swear i will buy low budget but high rate PSU to save bucks.
   
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Well, thank you very much telling me about it, in all cases from many shops i visited we don't have many names if i shouldn't say brands, and honestly speaking, only 3 names that stands out for me: Corsair, Antec and Cooler Master, other names even they may have great reviews and maybe decent quality didn't make me to choose them, such as: XFX, FSP, Thermaltake and something else i forgot, when i went there i see a lot of orders came on Corsair, very little on other names but i can't judge by that if i son't work there, i don't buy online, so locally Corsair was the best name i can buy from even they are not the true manufacturer, we don't know who made Cooler Master PSUs and we don't know who is behind Antec and so on.

You told me all that because you have experience and you read a lot, i came here just almost 2 months ago and i didn't have background, so i bought whatever i bought because of low knowledge, now i should be happy with whatever i purchased, don't make me to feel sorry and guilty forever because i bought PSU that are overpriced and worthless, for next time i swear i will buy low budget but high rate PSU to save bucks.

Please not misunderstand i am not making fun of you or telling you want to do or not to do

I just wanted to tell you that the PSU market is probably the most complex and convoluted market there is

Almost all info is either wrong missing or flat out lies so you really need to know what you are doing and keep your eyes open

The point is dont trust anything from the brands you need to do research and read reviews made by pros

Again i am not trying to be rude so please dont misunderstand
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post #76 of 77
Ya this guy knows his PSUs.

When I get my next PSU I will be looking for his advice.
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post #77 of 77
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I don't misunderstand, it is just that i am new to computers brands names except of few, so i never had background about PSUs brands or names, and because i was in rush and i didn't do much of read and research i bought what i have already, so it is done, and now i appreciate you telling about not trust the PSUs brands, so for next time buy i will be sure following your advice, just for now i did bought whatever and i should use it, and honestly speaking, it will give me room if i want to add many components, i am sure if i bought 650W now, later if i add more disks and GPUs and connect devices and whatever then all of you will tell me change that 650 to something of 800 or 1000W, so it is like i did have overkill PSU now to be safe later if i will add more components and OC, now maybe you will tell me i will not use only 50% of my current PSU, later it may increase to 75-85%, and if that is still overkill well never mind, i said before that 800-1200W prices are very very close to each other which means for me if i bought 1200W i just paid about 10-20% more over 800W PSU, for many it is something, but for me it is not a big deal at all, i will not buy another PSU for years with these rigs now so my money wasted will be back in no time and then it will not be that i wasted money on overkill components, again, PSU is not the only component i waste money on, i bought Titan when many many members here and another sites told me to go with 780, so same story when you tell me to go with less power good quality than going with high power PSUs and i can save bucks.
   
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