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Be Quiet! straight power 600w
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Originally Posted by Gilles3000 View Post

Oh, should be easy to find something then, plenty of good places to buy from in the EU.

Would you mind sharing what PSU you found?

I found a Be Quiet! system power 600w for 55 euro, haven't ordered yet though. According to a dutch review site's psu comparison it is the best in its price class while also being quietest. Figured I could spend some more on a better gfx card by going for a decent cheap psu instead of a great more expensive one. Is this a good idea or should I invest in a higher tier psu?
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post #6272 of 6753
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Be Quiet! straight power 600w
I found a Be Quiet! system power 600w for 55 euro, haven't ordered yet though. According to a dutch review site's psu comparison it is the best in its price class while also being quietest. Figured I could spend some more on a better gfx card by going for a decent cheap psu instead of a great more expensive one. Is this a good idea or should I invest in a higher tier psu?
The system power units are not very good which is the reason for the low price.
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I can live with not very good as long as itś quiet and decent, which it seems to be. Anything would be better than the terrible brandless psu that came with my pc anyway haha.
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post #6274 of 6753
When I bought my PSU a year and change ago, it was still a fairly unknown company. How does my psu stack up to other psus with similar wattage and + platinum?
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post #6275 of 6753
FSP is the 5th bigest OEM in the world so they have never been little known.

As for how good it is
1200-1350 watts comparison thread
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FSP is the 5th bigest OEM in the world so they have never been little known.

As for how good it is
1200-1350 watts comparison thread

Thanks for that info, the guide deserves a Rep from me thumb.gif
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post #6277 of 6753
i noticed THIS unit is not on there,

http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=220-PS-1000-V1

is it bad?
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post #6278 of 6753
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i noticed THIS unit is not on there,

http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=220-PS-1000-V1

is it bad?
Based on jonnyguru's review, it seems like it's one of the best psus on the market in the 1000w range. The P2 also got a similar score.

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story6&reid=361

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story6&reid=421

The OP does not get updated often AFAIK, but basically the P2/G2 units are EVGA's cream of the crop while the GS/GQ are what I consider above average and if they can be snagged at low prices they are worth it.
Edited by PsYcHo29388 - 2/6/16 at 11:48pm
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Based on jonnyguru's review, it seems like it's one of the best psus on the market in the 1000w range. The P2 also got a similar score.

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story6&reid=361

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story6&reid=421

The OP does not get updated often AFAIK, but basically the P2/G2 units are EVGA's cream of the crop while the GS/GQ are what I consider above average and if they can be snagged at low prices they are worth it.

is there a known difference between the PS and P2?
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The only one that I could find right off the bat is that the PS is newer than the P2 but both perform about the same. If the P2 can be found much cheaper than the PS then the P2 is probably a better buy.

Is this a PSU you need or just stumbled across. If its a need, may I ask what do you want to power with it?
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