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Ok, this is good: I'm using uk.pcpartpicker.com and I'm finding that the best deal just so happens to be the 850W G2 from Amazon.co.uk:

 

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00J299ALA

 

It's £94.99.

 

The only way that I could beat this price (without recommending something a little lower in quality) is if Amazon.co.uk had the 750W G2 in stock because it would be £82.99. If I go any lower than this in wattage, then it would limit your choices for a dual-GPU setup too much. However, just for the sake of it:

 

The 550W G2 is £66.98 from Amazon.co.uk: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0141B21JG

 

And the 650W is £74.99: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0100QRVP0/


Edited by TwoCables - 11/1/15 at 6:24pm
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Ok, this is good: I'm using uk.pcpartpicker.com and I'm finding that the best deal just so happens to be the 850W G2 from Amazon.co.uk:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00J299ALA

It's £94.99.

The only way that I could beat this price (without recommending something a little lower in quality) is if Amazon.co.uk had the 750W G2 in stock because it would be £82.99. If I go any lower than this in wattage, then it would limit your choices for a dual-GPU setup too much.
is the G2 family as good as the p2?
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was thinking about it but wasn't sure if the G2 family is as good as the p2
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is the G2 family as good as the p2?

 

The entire G2/P2/T2 lineup is identical in quality: they are all Super Flower Leadex units. The only difference is their efficiency, which doesn't matter in terms of the PSU's quality. With these PSUs, you are looking at the best of the best. They are literally second to none.

 

I ninja-edited you above by the way. I apologize. Can you have a look?

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The entire G2/P2/T2 lineup is identical in quality: they are all Super Flower Leadex units. The only difference is their efficiency, which doesn't matter in terms of the PSU's quality. With these PSUs, you are looking at the best of the best. They are literally second to none.

I ninja-edited you above by the way. I apologize. Can you have a look?
lol you what? Anyway doesn't matter, if these are as good as can be I may aswell go for a G2 then I seen a p2 750w think that would be worth the 107 quid?
post #16 of 52
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lol you what? Anyway doesn't matter, if these are as good as can be I may aswell go for a G2 then I seen a p2 750w think that would be worth the 107 quid?

 

You don't know the term "ninja-edit"? It means that a person edited their post while you were reading it, or shortly after. It's a term that's been around for a long time now.

 

Anyway, no it's not worth 107 quid because again, you can get the 850W G2 for 94.99. Why pay more for less? Stop thinking that an 80+ Platinum PSU is superior in quality to an 80+ Gold PSU.

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Ehh, those might be too much. Maybe this SuperFlower Leadex Platinum 650W would be suited well?

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/superflower-leadex-platinum-650w-fully-modular-80-plus-platinum-power-supply-black-ca-041-sf.html
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Ehh, those might be too much. Maybe this SuperFlower Leadex Platinum 650W would be suited well?

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/superflower-leadex-platinum-650w-fully-modular-80-plus-platinum-power-supply-black-ca-041-sf.html

 

Why pay £84.95 for a 650W Super Flower Leadex when you could buy the 650W G2 for £74.99? http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0141B21JG EVGA used the 650W Super Flower Leadex to make the 650W G2 (every single G2/P2/T2 is a Super Flower Leadex).

 

More than that, the 850W G2 is £94.99, as I mentioned above.

 

Oh yeah, and Exxlir wants to use Amazon.co.uk because he can get next day shipping thanks to his Prime account.

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Why pay £84.95 for a 650W Super Flower Leadex when you could buy the 650W G2 for £74.99? http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0141B21JG EVGA used the 650W Super Flower Leadex to make the 650W G2 (every single G2/P2/T2 is a Super Flower Leadex).

More than that, the 850W G2 is £94.99, as I mentioned above.

Oh yeah, and Exxlir wants to use Amazon.co.uk because he can get next day shipping thanks to his Prime account.

I don't know, Mr. Krabs.






















I don't know.
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post #20 of 52
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Ehh, those might be too much. Maybe this SuperFlower Leadex Platinum 650W would be suited well?

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/superflower-leadex-platinum-650w-fully-modular-80-plus-platinum-power-supply-black-ca-041-sf.html
the reason I was thinking higher wattage was because I used to own a Silverstone psu 500 watt with a i5 267 and a Ati sapphire 6770 and man that thing bottlenecked like no one's business
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