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Poll Results: Which PSU out of these?

 
  • 23% (15)
    Corsair HX620
  • 4% (3)
    Antec Quadro 850W
  • 56% (36)
    PCP&C 750W
  • 6% (4)
    Thermaltake Toughpower 850W
  • 9% (6)
    OEM OCZ 1000W
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post #11 of 62
Alright, okay. I highly doubt that that OCZ Power Supply has PC Power & Cooling internals. So, I would recommend getting the PC Power & Cooling 750-Silencer. This is because it is 8800 SLi Certified, is realible, and is a very good power supply. When PC Power & Cooling say it has 750W is actually does. So, I would recommend getting it; espeically compared to those other Power Supplies. The Corsair and Antec are mainly budget power supplies, and do not stack up to a PCP&C. And Thermaltake has been improving but is not up to PC Power & Cooling's level.

Leaving the OCZ. Which, is good, but, again, not nearly good enough to compete with the PC Power & Cooling.

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None of the above. Silverstone Olympia or Decathalon 750.
I would take a PC Power & Cooling over a SilverStone. However, I must agree with you. The top three power supply makers are:

-PC Power & Cooling
-SilverStone
-SeaSonic

Everything else is either a gimmick (like UV Modular Cables) or is not as high quality as the companies listed above.

NiNJa
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post #12 of 62
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Originally Posted by SZayat View Post
Still, I don't think PCP&C had affected OCZ yet
That would be correct, the OCZ line of PSUs has NOT been changed in any way due to the acquisition of PCP&C, and most likeley won't for a while yet.

Go with the PCP&C 750. It's single rail, is stable as can be, and is backed by some of the absolute best customer service you will ever see.

the ONLY time I have ever heard of a Silencer 750 failing, PCP&C not only replaced the PSU, they made good on the rest of the affected parts of that persons rig. The person that happened to made a thread about it here, but I have no clue where it's at.
    
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post #13 of 62
PCP&C 750 supports also OCing HD2900 set on Crossfire config., one of only there maybe.
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post #14 of 62
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Originally Posted by Ninja_Boy View Post
Alright, okay. I highly doubt that that OCZ Power Supply has PC Power & Cooling internals. So, I would recommend getting the PC Power & Cooling 750-Silencer. This is because it is 8800 SLi Certified, is realible, and is a very good power supply. When PC Power & Cooling say it has 750W is actually does. So, I would recommend getting it; espeically compared to those other Power Supplies. The Corsair and Antec are mainly budget power supplies, and do not stack up to a PCP&C. And Thermaltake has been improving but is not up to PC Power & Cooling's level.

Leaving the OCZ. Which, is good, but, again, not nearly good enough to compete with the PC Power & Cooling.



I would take a PC Power & Cooling over a SilverStone. However, I must agree with you. The top three power supply makers are:

-PC Power & Cooling
-SilverStone
-SeaSonic

Everything else is either a gimmick (like UV Modular Cables) or is not as high quality as the companies listed above.

NiNJa
I wouldn't take a PC P&C for the extra $50 it costs over the Silverstone with no benefit whatsoever.
post #15 of 62
I vote for HX620.
Just look for some reviews.
    
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post #16 of 62
hx 620 all the way...trust me




post #17 of 62
Silencer 750


I'm very very happy with mine.
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post #18 of 62
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Originally Posted by Namrac View Post
I wouldn't take a PC P&C for the extra $50 it costs over the Silverstone with no benefit whatsoever.
PCP&C is worthy of every penny. period.
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post #19 of 62
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Originally Posted by SZayat View Post
PCP&C is worthy of every penny. period.
Not when there's a PSU that's just as powerful, just as reliable, is backed by a company like Silverstone, and costs significantly less, it's not. PC P&Cs are amazing, no doubt about it, but they're overpriced. They got away with it because no one else was offering the quality they were. Now, however, they have competition.
post #20 of 62
Quote:
Originally Posted by SZayat View Post
PCP&C is worthy of every penny. period.
I agree. Although, I would inquire if they have a copper version of the 750. I absolutely love the color.
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