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Seasonic G is the best of them with the XFX Core Edition and Seasonic S12II second best

XFX Core Edition is a Seasonic S12IIB if you did not know

Thank you sir. I'll grab a G
post #22 of 27
I would honestly get a capstone 450. If you ever upgrade your video card itll support any single GPU out there with plenty of power and have the proper cabling IE: 2 actual 6+2 pins without using adapters. Ive used the capstone 450 with 4770k 4.0/7950 and the PSU laughed at the set up. I have also used it with a 3770/gtx 670 with the same results.


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182066
Edited by Quesoblanco - 3/7/14 at 8:21am
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post #23 of 27
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I would honestly get a capstone 450. If you ever upgrade your video card itll support any single GPU out there with plenty of power and have the proper cabling IE: 2 actual 6+2 pins without using adapters. Ive used the capstone 450 with 4770k 4.0/7950 and the PSU laughed at the set up. I have also used it with a 3770/gtx 670 with the same results.


http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817182066

I've also considered that due to the good reviews and great things said about it . Honestly almost everything is in the same price point it just makes the decision harder haha

With the capstone and s12ll which one would be better? I hear great things about seasonic, but I've never had one. The G is also a top choice but I feel for ~55 I should get a PSU with more wattage for down the road possibilities
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post #24 of 27
Get the 450 and don't look back. It's a beast.
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post #25 of 27
I'd say the Seasonic is very slightly better maybe. Earlier I wasn't considering wattage for future salvaging or upgrading. If that is any value to you, I'd take the Capstone 450W then.
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Okay 450w capstone it is. I'd love to try the G 450 but the 75 is kind of steep for me. Thanks for the time and suggestion fellas

If you guys don't mind me asking. I know the psus we discussed here have proper safety precautions such as over voltage, over power, etc. But are components usuall covered if the PSU were to cause any damage to them.
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Good question. I would say yes if you can prove it... Maybe some of the PSU reps can bring some insight.
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