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Ok, thanks Phaedrus. I figured as much, being a high quality PSU. Just wanted to be sure though.
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I thought I'd start on this thread rather than post yet another "which PSU should I get" thread

I want to add a second 5850 to my sig rig and obviously need to replace my PSU (already dropping to 10.6v on the 12v rail with when OCing).

I'm looking at the Corsair GS700 or the HX750W if I can afford it.

My concern is that all the Corsair units all seem to be from two/three years ago - there don't seem to be any new models in the 650 to 750 watt range.

Should I be cautious with my choice of brand? Have Coolermaster/Antec/Thermaltake come out with better tech in the past few years that makes Corsair look obsolete?
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Originally Posted by Strat79 View Post
Ok, thanks Phaedrus. I figured as much, being a high quality PSU. Just wanted to be sure though.
If you're really worried, check with a DMM.
Quote:
Originally Posted by iamgiGGlz View Post
I thought I'd start on this thread rather than post yet another "which PSU should I get" thread

I want to add a second 5850 to my sig rig and obviously need to replace my PSU (already dropping to 10.6v on the 12v rail with when OCing).

I'm looking at the Corsair GS700 or the HX750W if I can afford it.

My concern is that all the Corsair units all seem to be from two/three years ago - there don't seem to be any new models in the 650 to 750 watt range.

Should I be cautious with my choice of brand? Have Coolermaster/Antec/Thermaltake come out with better tech in the past few years that makes Corsair look obsolete?
Your system would shut down if it had 10.6v on the 12v rail. DO NOT TRUST SOFTWARE READINGS FOR VOLTAGE. EVER.

The current Gigabyte unit you have (Odin) is a solid CWT PSH design. Same as the VX550 from Corsair except Modular.

Corsair has plenty of new units; Gaming Series (GS) are only a year or so old based on the CWT PSH-II platform. The TX-c units are based on the same platform.
TX v2 units are based on the brand new Seasonic SS-xxx-AT platform.
Corsair's AX Series is based on the newer Seasonic X Series platform

Corsair's HX 750/850/1050 are based on the CWT DSG platform but still some of the best units in their class.

As for a unit to pick, with two HD5850's and your system, just about any 650w+ unit on the list will do the job just fine. (Assuming the combined 12v amperage is around 50A / 600w )
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
Your system would shut down if it had 10.6v on the 12v rail. DO NOT TRUST SOFTWARE READINGS FOR VOLTAGE. EVER.
mmkay then. Thanks for the tip. I'll rig up a multimeter.

Quote:
Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
The current Gigabyte unit you have (Odin) is a solid CWT PSH design. Same as the VX550 from Corsair except Modular.
I don't have an Odin - I have no idea what model it is, but I remember buying it because it was cheap
It's a non-modular unit from about five years ago. It's served me well, but I don't think it'll keep up with two 5850s...

Quote:
Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
Corsair has plenty of new units; Gaming Series (GS) are only a year or so old based on the CWT PSH-II platform. The TX-c units are based on the same platform.
TX v2 units are based on the brand new Seasonic SS-xxx-AT platform.
Corsair's AX Series is based on the newer Seasonic X Series platform

Corsair's HX 750/850/1050 are based on the CWT DSG platform but still some of the best units in their class.
Good to know. Corsair's naming convention is more complicated than I expected, but with a detailed response like that I can feel confident in my purchase. Thanks very much. Rep+

<<EDIT>> Would rep+ if I could
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Quote:
Originally Posted by iamgiGGlz View Post
I don't have an Odin - I have no idea what model it is, but I remember buying it because it was cheap
It's a non-modular unit from about five years ago. It's served me well, but I don't think it'll keep up with two 5850s...
Most 550w units would not keep up with two HD5850's really.

Gigabyte only makes 3 PSU's with a 550w rating. Odin, Odin GT, & Odin Plus.

EDIT: I forgot the old Greenmax 550w which is the same as the Acbel Polytech iPower 610w but the Gigabyte will work in a room temp of 40*C

Unless you are talking about the Superb 550P (which is a 450w unit)

Quote:
Originally Posted by iamgiGGlz View Post
Good to know. Corsair's naming convention is more complicated than I expected, but with a detailed response like that I can feel confident in my purchase. Thanks very much. Rep+

<<EDIT>> Would rep+ if I could
Corsair units generally go like this:

High End: HX Professional Series / AX Professional Series Gold
Mid Range: TX/TX-c Enthusiast Series / TX v2 Enthusiast Series
Low-Mid Range: GS Gamer Series
Low End: CX / Builder Series

The HX750/HX850 perform better than the AX750/AX850, but the AX650 performs better than the HX650

The TX Series is actually not as good as the TX-c and GS Series units. (TX = PSH, GS/TX-c = PSH-II)
The newer PSH-II units have better Voltage Regulation and less ripple while being more efficient.

The GS Series is really only different from the TX-c units in that they use Teapo capacitors on the secondary side instead of all Japanese capacitors. They're also rated at 40*C instead of 50*C
In terms of longevity, it's really not been shown if any of that actually makes a difference.

Warranty lengths are different as well. TX/TX-c/TX v2 are all 5 year warranty.
CX & GS are 3 year warranty
HX & AX are 7 year warranty
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post

Gigabyte only makes 3 PSU's with a 550w rating. Odin, Odin GT, & Odin Plus.

EDIT: I forgot the old Greenmax 550w which is the same as the Acbel Polytech iPower 610w but the Gigabyte will work in a room temp of 40*C

Unless you are talking about the Superb 550P (which is a 450w unit)
It might actually be the Superb. The packaging looks identical, but my fan is black. If it IS the Superb, then I'm even more impressed with what was a dirt cheap PSU.

Thanks for your help Tator
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Quote:
Originally Posted by iamgiGGlz View Post
It might actually be the Superb. The packaging looks identical, but my fan is black. If it IS the Superb, then I'm even more impressed with what was a dirt cheap PSU.

Thanks for your help Tator
It may be the slightly older GE-P450N-C2 Superb 550 (no P at the end.)

The only difference is the P Model features Passive PFC and slightly higher efficiency. Still decent (albeit, old and out dated) units.

Not anything that I'd call absolute garbage (as they do what they say they're gonna do and stay within spec.)
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Mr. Tater Tot. I have another question about which you think is better.
Both the Lepa G900 and the Enermax Modu87+ are on sale on newegg.com.
Which one is better or which one do you think I should get?
 
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Mr. Tater Tot. I have another question about which you think is better.
Both the Lepa G900 and the Enermax Modu87+ are on sale on newegg.com.
Which one is better or which one do you think I should get?
They're the exact same units, down to the T.

Lepa because it's less expensive.

It's like $100 after Rebates.
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Exact same, but the Lepa is less expensive? Yes, please!

EDIT: Should I be concerned at all that the Lepa unit only has a three year warranty?
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