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excellent quality and bargain

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817151095
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post #22 of 43
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Originally Posted by ryboto View Post
Check the other review for the seasonic, but from the same site,

regulation-

ripple-

review-
http://www.silentpcreview.com/article1044-page1.html
I stand corrected, it is a pretty good PSU! Pretty expensive though.


fritz_sean, was just wondering if you could stop recommending the 750TX everywhere - I know you have had good experiences with it, but in reality it is a very average PSU for the money - it should really be a 700W psu, and even then there is nothing special about it - you can get much better units from Antec such as the Truepower New, or Seasonic, such as the M12D/S12D for the same price.
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post #23 of 43
I'm gonna suggest the PSU that I have:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...59&Tpk=st75f-p

Its 80Plus Silver rated, 100% modular and has a single, 60amp +12v rail. The only draw back is no switch on the back of the unit but it hasn't caused me any issues yet.
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post #24 of 43
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Originally Posted by darklink View Post
I'm gonna suggest the PSU that I have:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...59&Tpk=st75f-p

Its 80Plus Silver rated, 100% modular and has a single, 60amp +12v rail. The only draw back is no switch on the back of the unit but it hasn't caused me any issues yet.
No switch on the back?
I tend to use that for when plugging in new stuff/taking out old stuff.
Still considering it though, thanks.

E/ Also, in AMD OverDrive, it also says my 12v rail is at 4.99v
Hm... I'll get Everest in a few minutes.
post #25 of 43
I just unplug the power cord from the PSU. Takes maybe 1 second longer than flipping a switch.
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post #26 of 43
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It's not enough of a con to change my opinion towards the PSU. Could you give me a personal review of it and your experience with it?
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I can tell you this, it's a solidly built enhance unit at a great price and great performance. Every review of it has been good too.
post #28 of 43
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It's not enough of a con to change my opinion towards the PSU. Could you give me a personal review of it and your experience with it?
I have been using Silverstone for a while now. I started with their original ST75F because it was all modular and received some good reviews. I ran into an issue due to the quad +12v rails on the original strider series which wasn't enought to power 2 OC'd HD4870's so I sold it and got a Silverstone OP1000-E. When I upgraded to my current AM3 setup, I had no need for 1000w anymore so I sold the OP1000-E and picked up the ST75F-P. It is definitely a solid PSU. The single 60amp +12v rail is nice becaues there is no more trying to balance the +12v rails. It's a relatively small form factor for a 750w PSU and the 80Plus Silver rating is what sealed the deal for me.

When checking Everest or HWmonitor, the +12v rail typically runs between 11.96v (idle) and 12.25v (load). Not one issue since I have purchased it. All-in-all I really like the quality of Silverstone and would recommend them to anybody.
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post #29 of 43
Another vote for Seasonic X650. I was initially interested in it for it's silence, but it's performance has blown me away.
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post #30 of 43
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Originally Posted by ChronoTrigger View Post
Another vote for Seasonic X650. I was initially interested in it for it's silence, but it's performance has blown me away.
We should start a club.
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