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post #6341 of 6753
Hello,

PSU is the last thing i need for a mini pc Sugo SG13 with only i3 6100t and ssd/ram/mb. maybe a 750ti later.
I look for the quietest 300w sfx psu. Which psu would it be? be quiet sfx power 2 ? silverstone? fsp ?
I looked several reviews but noise seems to be a bit loud in sfx psu.
If it is really more interesting, maybe i should go for a atx psu (if there is a very silent modular psu not too expensive)? but i really would like a SFX to stay "mini".

Thanks.
post #6342 of 6753
Most SFX PSU´s are anything but quiet.
The Cooler Master V are 140mm and are pretty quiet so thats pretty much the best of both worlds.
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The semi-passive 300W SFX model from silverstone is actually very quiet until 200W.
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post #6344 of 6753
Thanks for your answers, i just found out that my fanless 400w seasonic can apparently fit in the sugo sg13 case (i did not receive my case yet). I guess i can stick with it a little more, waiting maybe for sfx psu to be less expensive/modular/fanless.
post #6345 of 6753
Of the two, which is the better PSU, EVGA 100-B1-0600-KR or EVGA 100-B1-0500-KR? Is there anything better in the $40 or less range? Usage would be with an Athlon II X4 620 and a 560 ti.
post #6346 of 6753
Quote:
Originally Posted by Shardnax View Post

Of the two, which is the better PSU, EVGA 100-B1-0600-KR or EVGA 100-B1-0500-KR? Is there anything better in the $40 or less range? Usage would be with an Athlon II X4 620 and a 560 ti.
Why you should not buy an EVGA 400-600 and 500B-600B
There is nothing that is good and less then $40

The XFX TS Bronze is $55 after rebate on newegg and thats about as cheap as you can get and even then its not great.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817207013&cm_re=XFX_TS-_-17-207-013-_-Product

And no the Corsair CX is not better
Why you should not buy a Corsair CX
Edited by shilka - 2/28/16 at 12:33pm
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post #6347 of 6753
Quote:
Originally Posted by shilka View Post

Why you should not buy an EVGA 400-600 and 500B-600B
There is nothing that is good and less then $40

The XFX TS Bronze is $55 after rebate on newegg and thats about as cheap as you can get and even then its not great.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817207013&cm_re=XFX_TS-_-17-207-013-_-Product

And no the Corsair CX is not better
Why you should not buy a Corsair CX
No need to be presumptuous, this isn't for me and I'm here for a reason tongue.gif.

Is there really nothing that's at least modest in the $50 or less range :\?

Edit: Thanks for replying.
Edited by Shardnax - 2/28/16 at 12:55pm
post #6348 of 6753
Almost everything at $50 or lower is group regulated (even the XFX TS) which means voltage regulation is not going to be very good.
The new Corsair CX are DC-DC which means they are not group regulated but since there are no reveiws on those i wont recommend those.

The Corsair CS cost a little bit more then the XFX TS and those are not group regulated, on the other hand ripple suppression is a bit average.

Found a good deal for you the 650 watt EVGA GQ is $55 after rebate on newegg and while its overkill wattge wise its much better then everything else i have seen in the same price range so far.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817438059&cm_re=EVGA_GQ-_-17-438-059-_-Product

Cant find a better deal for you, its also one of the only semi modular options in that price range besides the Corsair CS.
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post #6349 of 6753
Alright, thanks.
post #6350 of 6753
I suppose this question is for the illustrious "shilka" here.

Is this power supply the, Silverstone Strider Titanium 600W ST60F-TI worth buying and installing inside their Silverstone FT-03 case?

Only chose this power supply because it looks like it was designed for their case plus it accepts their own short cables which would work inside the FT-03. Just need to know your own personal opinion here because your word has a lot of credence here on OCN.

Please let me know........
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