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I don't know much about power supplies specially about Zalman.

Is this a good psu?

I'm going to use it on a 1055T build, 1 green WD 1TB, about 8 fans, a 9400GT or 5770 and a Blu Ray. Would 450W would be enough if it even provides that high?

http://www.microcenter.com/single_product_results.phtml?product_id=0353290
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Originally Posted by Sodalink;12015831 
I don't know much about power supplies specially about Zalman.

Is this a good psu?

I'm going to use it on a 1055T build, 1 green WD 1TB, about 8 fans, a 9400GT or 5770 and a Blu Ray. Would 450W would be enough if it even provides that high?

http://www.microcenter.com/single_product_results.phtml?product_id=0353290
This PSU has a +12V capacity of 372W, so it's better to think of this as a 400W power supply. But even so, it should be just enough power to power a system with a 5770 in it.

http://www.amd.com/us/products/desktop/graphics/ati-radeon-hd-5000/hd-5770/Pages/ati-radeon-hd-5770-overview.aspx#3

However, can you afford more than $28?
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I think I could spend around 40 or 50 will be kind of hard.

This build is for my brother's friends that while he is not a power user he wants me to build him a computer that is going to last him about 4 years. He might not even need the 5770. That all depends if he is going to play Flight simulator X or not. That's why I was thinking of spending as little as possible on the PSU.

edit: I will probably OC the cpu to about 3.3-3.5ghz.

I got a 400W Corsair I could sell him instead and I could get that for my Server build which will have only 3 hdds and a 2 core amd cpu.
Edited by Sodalink - 1/14/11 at 9:04pm
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Is there a chance you can order from somewhere else other than Micro Center? I mean, I know Newegg charges taxes to CA, so I understand that it's not easy to find a good place to buy from when trying to avoid taxes.

It's just that for $40-50, it is difficult to find a trustworthy PSU that we know will last all 4 years without worrying about it.
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I think I could spend around 40 or 50 will be kind of hard.

This build is for my brother's friends that while he is not a power user he wants me to build him a computer that is going to last him about 4 years. He might not even need the 5770. That all depends if he is going to play Flight simulator X or not. That's why I was thinking of spending as little as possible on the PSU.
A 400W PSU should be enough to run that rig. I just don't know about the quality of that particular model.

Any PSU gurus to understand the guts of this PSU? It looks to have a Yate Loon fan.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=244869
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Originally Posted by Riou;12016081 
A 400W PSU should be enough to run that rig. I just don't know about the quality of that particular model.
This.

It's all I'm really saying. redface.gif
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Besides newegg I love Amazon and TD, but not as much since they don't do free shipping anymore.

I was thinking about this PSU [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Memory-Compatible-Certified-CMPSU-500CX/dp/B0044R93SA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1295068300&sr=8-1-spell"]Amazon.com: Corsair Memory Cx Series Compatible With Intel Core I7 and Core I5 ATX 500 Energy Star Certified Power Supply CMPSU-500CX: Electronics[/ame] 50 AR though I will keep or rebates as part of pay.

or Sell him my new Corsair 400w
[ame="http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-CMPSU-400CX-400-Watt-Certified-compatible/dp/B001FXB7X0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1295068300&sr=8-1"]Amazon.com: Corsair CMPSU-400CX 400-Watt CX Series 80 Plus Certified Power Supply compatible with Core i7 and Core i5: Electronics[/ame] for $35-40 and I buy the one at Microcenter for my server buil that will only have a raid 1 of 2 hdds and one hdd for OS.

btw is zalman decent for PSUs? I don't know at all about the brand. I guess I just want to know if it is not like coolmax or those really bad brands.
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youre assuming a $28 PSU will put out its rated 12v wattage which is not probable.

the 8 fans might be over kills, but go for it. i also wouldnt overclock if youre going to get this PSU.

if you can do $50 you have several more options.

Seasonic SS-350SFE this will do 350w, it might be under powered for a 5770 and an X6, specially when OCing

PC Power and Cooling S47ATX-B 470W this is a recertified unit, but for the price its great. cant go wrong with PC P&C

CORSAIR Builder Series CX430 the CX series isnt on par with other corsair unit, so this is probably a 400w unit or so, but its ok for a 5770. the builder series are much cheaper units but corsair is relying on their reputation to sell these units. they are not of the quality we are used to from corsair.

Antec Basiq BP500U this is a decent unit. it will get close to its 500w rating, but a 5770 shouldnt push it to its limit.

COOLER MASTER eXtreme Power Plus RS-500-PCAR-A3-US i had one of these. it is still running, but it will not handle OCing a 5770. it will be at its limits in gaming. i definately dont recommend OCing with this


the only PSU i trust OCing your system would be the PC P&C. all the others are either not capable of supplying the power, or their rated wattage is too low to even try OCing in the first place.
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Besides newegg I love Amazon and TD, but not as much since they don't do free shipping anymore.

I was thinking about this PSU Amazon.com: Corsair Memory Cx Series Compatible With Intel Core I7 and Core I5 ATX 500 Energy Star Certified Power Supply CMPSU-500CX: Electronics 50 AR though I will keep or rebates as part of pay.

or Sell him my new Corsair 400w
Amazon.com: Corsair CMPSU-400CX 400-Watt CX Series 80 Plus Certified Power Supply compatible with Core i7 and Core i5: Electronics for $35-40 and I buy the one at Microcenter for my server buil that will only have a raid 1 of 2 hdds and one hdd for OS.

btw is zalman decent for PSUs? I don't know at all about the brand. I guess I just want to know if it is not like coolmax or those really bad brands.

the 500CX isnt really a 500w unit, see my corsair spiel above. the 400CX i believe is one of the older CX units, which are better than the new CX units.

Zalman and Coolermaster have really really good high end units. but their low end units are not that great. there are better manufacturer's for the $50 range.
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Besides newegg I love Amazon and TD, but not as much since they don't do free shipping anymore.

I was thinking about this PSU Amazon.com: Corsair Memory Cx Series Compatible With Intel Core I7 and Core I5 ATX 500 Energy Star Certified Power Supply CMPSU-500CX: Electronics 50 AR though I will keep or rebates as part of pay.

or Sell him my new Corsair 400w
Amazon.com: Corsair CMPSU-400CX 400-Watt CX Series 80 Plus Certified Power Supply compatible with Core i7 and Core i5: Electronics for $35-40 and I buy the one at Microcenter for my server buil that will only have a raid 1 of 2 hdds and one hdd for OS.

btw is zalman decent for PSUs? I don't know at all about the brand. I guess I just want to know if it is not like coolmax or those really bad brands.
I used to never even consider Zalman. But now they have a new line of actually good-quality PSUs that also happen to have the Gold efficiency certification. So they've been added to the list of recommendable PSUs that are in my head.

Anyway, the CX500 is actually just an overrated 430W (source). But it should be fine for his needs (and probably a higher quality unit than this Zalman for all we know).

Anyway, if you can pay $59.99 shipped, then check this out:

[ame="http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-CMPSU-450VX-450-Watt-Certified-compatible/dp/B000UF28V4/ref=sr_1_97?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1295068830&sr=1-97"]The Corsair VX450 for $54.99 (but the shipping is $6.89)[/ame]


This unit is actually a SeaSonic S12II which is a pretty good unit. It should last for much longer than 4 years and it also comes with the peace of mind that it will always be there for him.

Here's more on SeaSonic:

http://www.overclock.net/power-supplies/678840-seasonic.html


Edit: Actually, I agree about 8 fans being overkill. I mean, we're talking about a system with a single low-power graphics card, so one intake in the front and one exhaust in the back is almost all that's really needed. wink.gif
Edited by TwoCables - 1/14/11 at 9:30pm
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LOL I know it'll be over kill for his build... But the reason for the 8(+ 1x200mm) fans it's because I'm selling my Antec 1200 besides the 5x120mm fans it comes with I put 3x120mm more fans. But, I was I had Crossfire an was doing 3.8Ghz OC so wanted everything inside very cool.

Anyways he saw my case and told him I was selling it and he said he might get it and loved all the lights from the fans.

Thanks, a lot guys I'm very noobish when it comes to PSU's 4 years ago I used to think that buying a $50 dollar case with a psu was the best thing to do because a separate psu for more than $50 bucks was a waste of money.
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