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BS. What a load of BS. You are just blinded by "corsair consumer's love" to actually listen to the PSU gurus
You know what's the TX750 V2? Essentially a M12II-750W but it's not modular unlike the Seasonic. Don't know why anyone will buy the TX750 v2 over the M12II-750
Respectively, good gold PSU over a good bronze PSU at the same price, doesn't it sound logical to go for the superflower rebadged GG unit?! Superflower and Seasonic is very on-par with each other

Super Flower is actually a little ahead of Seasonic at least untill Seasonic can respond to the Leadex
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Originally Posted by cud0s View Post

I live in Lithuania (Europe) so Roswell is not an option. The only other two psus I am considering are ocz zt 750w and thermaltake smart 750w

Both of those are alright

You could go with a XFX Core Edition if you need something cheap
Edited by shilka - 6/29/13 at 7:48am
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post #32 of 39
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Super Flower is actually a little ahead of Seasonic at least untill Seasonic can respond to the Leadex
Both of those are alright
That's awesome.
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post #33 of 39
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That's awesome.

Yeah the Seasoinc Platinum 1000 watts has a 50mv ripple going on the 12v rail the Leadex is 15mv on the 12v rail

Seasonic Platinum 1000 watts only beat the Leadex in efficiency

But i will rather take a lower ripple over higher efficiency any day of the week
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post #34 of 39
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Yeah the Seasoinc Platinum 1000 watts has a 50mv ripple going on the 12v rail the Leadex is 15mv on the 12v rail

Seasonic Platinum 1000 watts only beat the Leadex in efficiency

But i will rather take a lower ripple over higher efficiency any day of the week
It's not like it will affect overclocking or reduce lifetime, dude.
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It's not like it will affect overclocking or reduce lifetime, dude.

Yes it will affect overclocking thats the whole point with a lower ripple
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post #36 of 39
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Yes it will affect overclocking thats the whole point with a lower ripple
Go study up power filtering. Anyway the power is cleaned up by the time it gets to the mosfets smile.gif
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BS. What a load of BS. You are just blinded by "corsair consumer's love" to actually listen to the PSU gurus
You know what's the TX750 V2? Essentially a M12II-750W but it's not modular unlike the Seasonic. Don't know why anyone will buy the TX750 v2 over the M12II-750
Respectively, good gold PSU over a good bronze PSU at the same price, doesn't it sound logical to go for the superflower rebadged GG unit?! Superflower and Seasonic is very on-par with each other
I really love this dudes entering a rolling train and regurgitate guru wisdom from their bottoms. Receipt for wreckage.

You are the bs'er. First off, i never said the TX 750 was a better PSU. I was only stating I had a wonderful experience with one PSU and it never let me down. No guru can deny or challenge this FACT.

Secondly, I was replying to a specific sentence. don't take it out of context.

Thirdly, I am not biased; I get the best I can get from whats available at the time and my budget allows me to get. All the different hardware parts I got in my 40 years life frame prove it very well: I do not care with brands.

I'm done here. Sick of childish commenting.
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post #38 of 39
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I live in Lithuania (Europe) so Roswell is not an option. The only other two psus I am considering are ocz zt 750w and thermaltake smart 750w

I would not get the thermaltake smart 750w. As for the Corsair TX750W v2 and OCZ zt 750w. They are pretty similar. The Corsair might be a bit better built while the OCZ unit offers full modularity. I would probably go with the corsair unit but if you want a fully modular unit then the OCZ is pretty good unit to.

If yo want to do some reading then jonnyGuru has some in depth reviews on both units.

OCZ zt 750w --> http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=262
TX750 v2 --> http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=230
    
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Just got corsair tx750 v2. Thanks everyone for advice smile.gif
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