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I was talking about quality wise, for the designs in general. In general, at any given wattage CWT DSG and SeaSonic M12D will slightly outperform Superflower GoldenGreen.
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Originally Posted by Phaedrus2129;12375570 
I was talking about quality wise, for the designs in general. In general, at any given wattage CWT DSG and SeaSonic M12D will slightly outperform Superflower GoldenGreen.
Ah, ok. Well, that's interesting. I just took a look at the HX 1000W and the TX 950W. The HX costs like $110 more than the Hale, which is a bit meh. But the TX is about the same price, would the Hale be better quality wise than the TX?
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The HX1000 is grossly overpriced, and is vastly outperformed by the Hale90. HX1000 is based on an old version of the CWT PUC platform, which is huge, expensive, and had mediocre ripple suppression.

The TX950 is near the top of CWT DSG's capabilities and is about tied with the Hale90, except the Hale90 is more efficient and modular.
post #14 of 21
The TX950 probably slightly edges out the Superflower unit, however the latter is more efficient, but they're extremely close in terms of ripple/noise supression and voltage regulation.

As Phaedrus said, the HX1000 is a no no if you're in the market for a new PSU, it isn't a bad PSU but it's just not worth the price Corsair is asking for it.
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The HX1000 is grossly overpriced, and is vastly outperformed by the Hale90. HX1000 is based on an old version of the CWT PUC platform, which is huge, expensive, and had mediocre ripple suppression.

The TX950 is near the top of CWT DSG's capabilities and is about tied with the Hale90, except the Hale90 is more efficient and modular.
Yeah, I figured out something was wrong with the HX1000 looking at reviews, good thing that it's overpriced, kept me away from this thing biggrin.gif And yep, the TX isn't modular I just noticed.
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The TX950 probably slightly edges out the Superflower unit, however the latter is more efficient, but they're extremely close in terms of ripple/noise supression and voltage regulation.

As Phaedrus said, the HX1000 is a no no if you're in the market for a new PSU, it isn't a bad PSU but it's just not worth the price Corsair is asking for it.
Ok, thanks!
Edited by Stefy - 11/12/11 at 11:07am
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Found a review on the 850w version:

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=199
Thanks! That looks impressive.
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Here is JonnyGuru's review of 850w version of the Hale90

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=199

Hope this helps!
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Here is JonnyGuru's review of 850w version of the Hale90

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=199

Hope this helps!

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the nzxt 1kw is a very decent psu nothing overly awesome but its good value for the performance,it wont do anything it shouldn
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