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well a few reasons.. One is there will be soooo much headroom that i really do think it will future proof me a bit.. Number two is im like you in that im a sound freak... I like it silent.. Im having a chiller built just so i will have no fans running in my system-- trying for silent... I have read a few people saying their 750 silencer-- isnt silent... and 3 is i like the modular cables(well close to modular lol)... The other thing is the toughpower wont use more power then the pcp&c(the system will use the power it needs and that is all that is used) and the toughpower is also more efficient then the pcp&c.

Ok so sounds like i have made up my mind-=- but the thing that pulls me back to pcp&C is the rep that they have earned-- and the bad or medium rep of the thermalake... Though it sounds like that rep is starting to change with the good reviews from people and reviewers..
Go with the Ultra X3 1000W PSU if you want future proof and silence then. Quieter than the Toughpower 1000W and 1200W, and fully modular. It also has a lifetime warranty if you register it online shortly after your purchase!
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jonnyguru-- did a review on that unit... He liked it but said there was more ripple then he liked and one other thing(but i forget).. Do you really think that is the unit to get? hmmmmmm more confused then ever lol..
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Completely untrue. My 610W Silencer is completely inaudible. I cannot hear it over the rest of my system, which is realatively quiet to begin with. Firsthand experience speaks far louder than specs.
I just spilled coke from my nose when i read your post. Of course you can't hear your psu over your system. You are using a x1900xt with the stock cooler.
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