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I wouldn't touch any Cooler Master unit beside their Silent Pro Gold/Hybrid and even then there's more competitive units or the price.

Now this one looks like it's brand new so maybe they stepped up?

I know what u mean. But we can't actually judge anything until we review it, right? Comparing them to other Cooler Master crappy products and coming to a decision from there won't be wise.
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I know what u mean. But we can't actually judge anything until we review it, right? Comparing them to other Cooler Master crappy products and coming to a decision from there won't be wise.

Yea, we need to know who's the OEM to see if it's worth considering.
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I know what u mean. But we can't actually judge anything until we review it, right? Comparing them to other Cooler Master crappy products and coming to a decision from there won't be wise.

We actually have a Cooler Master I series owner here on OCN he got one from Cooler Master before it went on sale
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Modular is more convenient but it won't be my consideration when buying a PSU. Reliability, ability to give the claimed power and low price are the only things I'd consider. I'll only care modular or not only if everything other I mentioned are equal.

Btw I wanted to know their quality. I can't find any reviews on either of them. I'm actually more interested in the Cooler Master i700. A 80+ bronze 700 watt PSU with 5 year warranty at 60$. This is one amazing deal you know if it is what it really claims to be... So I'm interested to know it's overall quality(any link to some reliable article will be helpful. Hardwaresecrets hasn't published a review on it yet).

And I'm interested to know about the Thermaltake PSU because it's even cheaper at 55$ now. And regarding The Rosewill Hive 650 W, I know it's a safe and reliable choice under 60$ and I decided to buy it and then I saw the Cooler Master and Thermaltake deals in newegg.

I don't need 650 W right now. But I plan to crossfire two 7950(overclocked) some time and maybe a 3rd gen core i5... That's why wanting to buy it.

Edit: The PSU was announced on 22 May this year... It's so new. That's why no reviews of it yet. http://technologyx.com/news/cooler-master-debuts-80-plus-bronze-i-series-power-supplies-with-500w-600w-700w-models/

I'm really eager how the reviews turn out to be. Hopefully there will be some reliable reviews on the net by 17th June. That's when the 20$ rebate expires.

You won't know in the long run if it's an amazing deal or not, until you've had it for years, no matter who reviews it how, or tests what....

If it fails, the trouble of pulling it out and shipping it and talking with them outweighs any warranty that it may come with, no matter what the price.

I'm just here to say.... PCP&C, and be done with it. Got my silencer 750 (which I don't think they even make, or much even close to it, anymore) like 4+ years ago. I don't remember the warranty, could be 5 years, ten, lifetime.... I threw the paper out, I think. Running strong and silent and perfect, to this day (I got it because my $50 hunk o' junk blew out after a few months - it was "safe" and all, and didn't kill any components, it just did exactly what it could have been expected to do, and fizzled).

So, I spent $150.... wish I'd just bought the $100 one from the start, I have complete confidence in it, and that it will last as long as I need it to. (really, it's thee highest quality component in my PC, as it should be).



Obviously, overclocking and such are partly about NOT paying to play - but in the long run, it makes sense to but a bit extra into what's powering the rest of the gear.
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davek wrote:
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You won't know in the long run if it's an amazing deal or not, until you've had it for years, no matter who reviews it how, or tests what....

If it fails, the trouble of pulling it out and shipping it and talking with them outweighs any warranty that it may come with, no matter what the price.

I only partially agree with you. It's useless to know if a deal made 3 years ago was actually 'amazing' or not. What you say actually is like 2+2=4. It is true because it has to be. If a product works well for the expected lifetime or even beyond and do what it's supposed to do then it must be an amazing deal by definition no matter if it has got the worst reviews in the world. But because of the fact we can't be sure of if it will be the case without actually buying and waiting for 3 years, that's why the reviews come into the equation. A positive review made by an authentic source increases the chance that the product will work in the expected way for its expected lifetime. So when we have two or three reviews that tell something is good in its price range, we can safely say that the deal is 'potentially' amazing because it has got more possibility to succeed in doing its job in terms of performance, durability etc.

And regarding 'if it fails' question, you definitely know better than me any electronic product can fail at any time. Suppose you buy a great graphics card with great reviews at a great price and considered it a great deal. Now if the product fails after 2 months and as u said you had to pull it out, notify it to the manufacturer, ship it to them, wait for the replacements to arrive etc hassles. Will you think it wasn't a great deal and you would revert your decision had you got the chance to do so? Well I wouldn't. I'd just think that I was unlucky and got a bad card. Every one card out of 1000 would be faulty in average and I was the unfortunate one to get the faulty one.

What I mean is if there's an unfair coin with probability of 90% of getting the head, the coin is thrown, you call out 'head', unfortunately it is a 'tail' then still it is a good decision(amazing deal in our case) to call for the head. And the probability of getting the head(in our case potential chance that a product will do what it's supposed to do) was known to you from external sources beforehand(in our case the authentic reviews we read before buying that product).

I'm sure you've got my point. smile.gif
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korruptedkaos was kind enough to open up his brand new Chicony Power Technology made Cosair TX850M and take some photos of it

Am curious as this is the first Chicony unit i have seen
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Anyone here that has any info on it?
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davek wrote:
I only partially agree with you. It's useless to know if a deal made 3 years ago was actually 'amazing' or not. What you say actually is like 2+2=4. It is true because it has to be. If a product works well for the expected lifetime or even beyond and do what it's supposed to do then it must be an amazing deal by definition no matter if it has got the worst reviews in the world. But because of the fact we can't be sure of if it will be the case without actually buying and waiting for 3 years, that's why the reviews come into the equation. A positive review made by an authentic source increases the chance that the product will work in the expected way for its expected lifetime. So when we have two or three reviews that tell something is good in its price range, we can safely say that the deal is 'potentially' amazing because it has got more possibility to succeed in doing its job in terms of performance, durability etc.

And regarding 'if it fails' question, you definitely know better than me any electronic product can fail at any time. Suppose you buy a great graphics card with great reviews at a great price and considered it a great deal. Now if the product fails after 2 months and as u said you had to pull it out, notify it to the manufacturer, ship it to them, wait for the replacements to arrive etc hassles. Will you think it wasn't a great deal and you would revert your decision had you got the chance to do so? Well I wouldn't. I'd just think that I was unlucky and got a bad card. Every one card out of 1000 would be faulty in average and I was the unfortunate one to get the faulty one.

What I mean is if there's an unfair coin with probability of 90% of getting the head, the coin is thrown, you call out 'head', unfortunately it is a 'tail' then still it is a good decision(amazing deal in our case) to call for the head. And the probability of getting the head(in our case potential chance that a product will do what it's supposed to do) was known to you from external sources beforehand(in our case the authentic reviews we read before buying that product).

I'm sure you've got my point. smile.gif

I see what you're saying, but I don't think that any review can, on a newer product, tell you how it will do in the long run. We do know some brands that are, without a doubt, high quality.. While technically anything can fail at any point, there are some things that are so unlikely to fail that you don't even need to worry about it - however, off-brand power supplies are nearly the opposite, we can pretty much expect them to fail where any other offbrand component might last plenty long.

That's just my opinion, but I've been there and done that, and for me the trouble of having no computer and waiting on the company for another junk product that will do the same thing, in inconveniant enough to outweigh a savings of just tens of dollars. Hour for hour of work, it will cost you more in the long run to buy the cheap one, IMO.
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^^ Yeah got your point. Too bad you had some terrible hassles to bear with your power supplies in the past... Good luck smile.gif
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korruptedkaos was kind enough to open up his brand new Chicony Power Technology made Cosair TX850M and take some photos of it

Am curious as this is the first Chicony unit i have seen
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)










Anyone here that has any info on it?

 

No reviews out of it, but Hipro is supposed to be one of the best OEMs out there in terms of build quality & reliability. Though, the secondary caps are not full jap so a bit of a blow there. 

 

Still looks like a solid design. 

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I was wondering how you felt about the Ultra 4x 850 v2? Tigerdirect linky
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