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Originally Posted by shinji2k View Post
The 80mm fan is on the loud side, the 12V rail is a little low on capacity and the modular cabling system is stupid. Otherwise it is a good Enhance built unit. As long as it's a good price it's not a bad choice.
how about silencer MKII 750w pc power & cooling,
comparable to the antec Quattro
which one is more reliable?
post #312 of 6730
I wasn't aware the Silencer MKII was available yet. They seem to be based on the same Sirfa design as the OCZ Z series, just tuned to 80plus Silver. But I have yet to see anything definitive on them. Last I heard for their release was early April. If they are Sirfa based, I don't really have anything negative to say about it, but it's a shame OCZ had to burn bridges with Seasonic. I would much rather see a Seasonic based Silencer MKII. Compared to the Antec, I'm not sure which one I would go for. It's hard to compare a product that hasn't released yet.
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I wasn't aware the Silencer MKII was available yet. They seem to be based on the same Sirfa design as the OCZ Z series, just tuned to 80plus Silver. But I have yet to see anything definitive on them. Last I heard for their release was early April. If they are Sirfa based, I don't really have anything negative to say about it, but it's a shame OCZ had to burn bridges with Seasonic. I would much rather see a Seasonic based Silencer MKII. Compared to the Antec, I'm not sure which one I would go for. It's hard to compare a product that hasn't released yet.
i'm sorry shinji2k but how about this one too silencer 750 Quad PC power & cooling?
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i'm sorry shinji2k but how about this one too silencer 750 Quad PC power & cooling?
Ah, if you are comparing to the original Silencer, that one is a slightly better unit than the Antec, at least performance wise. Fan noise will be similar, although I think the Silencer may be a tad better. You will be losing the modular cabling if you go with the Silencer and a whopping 4A on the 12V. You can't really go wrong with either of them though. Which one is cheaper for you? If modular cabling wasn't all that important I would lean more towards the Silencer, unless it's more expensive than the Antec.
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post #315 of 6730
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Ah, if you are comparing to the original Silencer, that one is a slightly better unit than the Antec, at least performance wise. Fan noise will be similar, although I think the Silencer may be a tad better. You will be losing the modular cabling if you go with the Silencer and a whopping 4A on the 12V. You can't really go wrong with either of them though. Which one is cheaper for you? If modular cabling wasn't all that important I would lean more towards the Silencer, unless it's more expensive than the Antec.
it's just in my country i only have these brands and models
i can afford any of them but i dont know which one to buy?
ANTEC True Power Quattrow-850W
HEC COUGAR 700W
OCZ GameXStream 850W
OCZ Fatal1ty Series Power Supply 700W
OCZ ModXStream Pro 700W
OCZ StealthXStream 600W
OCZ StealthXStream 500W

silencer Quad PC power & cooling 750w

so which one is the best?
post #316 of 6730
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it's just in my country i only have these brands and models
i can afford any of them but i dont know which one to buy?
ANTEC True Power Quattrow-850W
HEC COUGAR 700W
OCZ GameXStream 850W
OCZ Fatal1ty Series Power Supply 700W
OCZ ModXStream Pro 700W
OCZ StealthXStream 600W
OCZ StealthXStream 500W

silencer Quad PC power & cooling 750w

so which one is the best?
Silencer Quad 750w would be the best unit out of the pack.

It's a very solid design. Like noted before, none modular & loud are the downfalls.

The Fatal1ty is a good unit, less power though.

The ModXStream & StealthXStream units are decent.

The GameXstream unit was a decent design, but has design implementation problems. And it's highly out dated no a days.

The HEC Cougar could be a good unit, as HEC has the US brand which is full of terrible products, but in Europe they have the Cougar brand, and JG did a review on the Cougar 700w, well performing and some high marks. So that's something to look at. Depending on your power needs, and if that unit is the same as the one from the review, it may be a toss up between the PCP&C & HEC units based on price.

The True Power Quattro 850 has a rather weak 12v rail and it's modular cable system is stupid. Beyond the loud fan and stiff cable, I'm not really a fan of the unit. But the performance is there.
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which one from the above PSUs, is the most reliable one and can handle Crossfire 5770, Q9550 OC, 2 HDs, 4 GB Ram and lot of fans
post #318 of 6730
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which one from the above PSUs, is the most reliable one and can handle Crossfire 5770, Q9550 OC, 2 HDs, 4 GB Ram and lot of fans
Silencer 750 or True Power Quattro 850.
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post #319 of 6730
Just found this. Useful little post.
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post #320 of 6730
how about this one Gigabyte ODIN GT 800W, do u know any thing about it?
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