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Quote: Originally Posted by rss013 View Post
Thanks for letting me know! The next PSU I'm gonna buy will not be a group regulated one for sure.
Only the cheapest units from the major brands are group regulated as its extremely outdated
You almost have to try and find one unless you buy Corsair VS or any of the cheap EVGA ones

I have a thread with a lot of info if you care to look at it just note that due to a lack of time some of the info might be old
https://www.overclock.net/forum/31-p...ex-thread.html

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post #22 of 27 (permalink) Old 01-06-2019, 01:11 PM - Thread Starter
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Quote: Originally Posted by shilka View Post
Only the cheapest units from the major brands are group regulated as its extremely outdated
You almost have to try and find one unless you buy Corsair VS or any of the cheap EVGA ones

I have a thread with a lot of info if you care to look at it just note that due to a lack of time some of the info might be old
https://www.overclock.net/forum/31-p...ex-thread.html
Thank you I will definitely take a look at it as soon as I'm gonna upgrade my psu

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Would the SilverStone Essential Series ST60F-ES230 be a good choice?

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SilverStone branded units are some of the most mediocre units you can buy so no
The Seasonic Foucs series are a good option

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I had to use 1.39v for my i5 3570k (which I'm still using), so you're lucky too!
I sold that CPU long ago, couldn't stand high temps (water cooled) and other quirks. I had degradation, too

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Thanks a lot for the reply . Yeah I've been pretty lucky with this one haha.
I'm not sure if that performance gain will justify the price I need to pay in order to upgrade.
Neither do I. In your case, I'd only upgrade if I needed M.2 support (which you can get via PCIe cards + UEFI mods), USB 3.1 gen 2 and/or type C (again, expansion cards) or moah cores, of course. If that's not the case, it looks like there's not much to gain.

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I made the switch of a 3570 at 4.2, 1080ti with 16gigs of 1600 ddr3 to a 8700k at 4.7 / 1.2V, the same 1080ti and 16 gigs ddr4 at 3600. Really mad a huge difference for me with low frame dropouts. I play at 3440x1440 and the high to low frames balanced out better for me. I am glad I did it. I also have 3 ssd's.
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I made the switch of a 3570 at 4.2, 1080ti with 16gigs of 1600 ddr3 to a 8700k at 4.7 / 1.2V, the same 1080ti and 16 gigs ddr4 at 3600. Really mad a huge difference for me with low frame dropouts. I play at 3440x1440 and the high to low frames balanced out better for me. I am glad I did it. I also have 3 ssd's.
Thanks for your reply
I forgot to check this thread out for a while, might be upgrading when intel drops their prices a little bit.

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