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post #11 of 23
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maaan, all look soo good, find it really hard to pick one out!

i want to get a PSU that i will not regret when buying it.

400,000 life span is at least wat im looking for as well.

do these PSU's u recommended have all hte protection that a Cooler Master i Green 600W has? probbaly better? wat is the comparision?

thanks again
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post #12 of 23
I just picked up a seasonic m12 700w today from frys, Ill let you know how it is once I get it hooked up after the UFC fight tonight. If I am not too wasted
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post #13 of 23
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Excellent!

please let me know how is it.

done probably?

right now i am reading up on it on eBay:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Seasonic-M12-7...QQcmdZViewItem
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post #14 of 23
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anyone at all?

i read your review on the M12 and its seems to be alright.

also, it kinda worried me that it iwll get very noisy after a certain amount of heat and WATTS limit too.

the colour didnt worried me, cause i like plain.

and...the effiency doesnt reach the 85% i was looking for, but i need somewhat to convince me or correct me that this is a very good PSU and it is somehting that i am looking for.

otherwise, another PSU please? quite urgent now.

thanks again.
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post #15 of 23
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hi eveyone, how are you all? sorry for the late reponse here, because i have been keeping my eyes on this in which i have won for the past 7 days:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...116254021&rd=1

and now, i have gotten it. may i ask, is it basically hte 700W PSU, with all the 99% thumbs up but the 600W version of it?

and also, i am going to start building my computer in an hour, and i would like to know which connector do i use, as there are like 3 of them on the PSU itself, and i have heard they all give different voltages if i am correctm so i am asking which one to use and so on before i go off to connect everything up.

would really appreciate it again.

thanks very much.
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post #16 of 23
OCZ PSU's have horrible line variation and voltage control. Do not get them.

For you sir, I recommend the OP650. It has a 54Amp +12V rail rated @ 50C. Very good voltage control and line stability. Highly recommended by JonnyGURU.

It is only $125 at EastLuna.com. This is the powersupply I will be getting.
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post #17 of 23
beat me to the punch paul! i was going to recommend the op650 or op 750!
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post #18 of 23
Quote:
Originally Posted by mcogan10 View Post
beat me to the punch paul! i was going to recommend the op650 or op 750!
paul, do you think that op650 could do dual 8800s (GTX or GTS)?
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post #19 of 23
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Originally Posted by mcogan10 View Post
paul, do you think that op650 could do dual 8800s (GTX or GTS)?
600Ws for 8800GTS, maybe for GTX don't count on it.

My 750W is barely making it.
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post #20 of 23
Quote:
Originally Posted by mcogan10 View Post
paul, do you think that op650 could do dual 8800s (GTX or GTS)?
Not GTX's, but probably GTS's.

FCG fan a CrossFire X1900XTX on a TurboCool 510 (510 Watts / 49 Amps on the +12V) with 4GB of memory, X6800, several hardrives, and 2 pumps.

The X1900XTX uses more power than the than the GTS but slightly less power than the GTX.

So the OP650 can probably run SLI GTX's, but I wouldn't recommend it. That is what the OP850 is for.
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