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01-15-2019 02:00 PM
AlphaC Ouch they're pretty expensive right now. Usually it's worth it around $70 or less.

I'd look into the G2 from B&H , it's only $60 after rebate til the end of the month https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/produ...att_power.html

There's the Corsair RMx 2018 series that's usually a competitor to those two.

For $100+ I'd be looking at the Seasonic Prime or some other top tier PSU.
01-15-2019 12:16 AM
shilka The G3 is slightly better but they do have that problem with noise when used in eco mode
There is also the Seasonic Prime Ultra if you want something better than the G3 also more quiet otherwise buy the Foucs Plus


Edit: by the way you dont need to get a 750 watt a 650 watt is still more than enough power
01-14-2019 04:52 PM
EVGA SuperNOVA G3 vs Seasonic FOCUS Plus - 750w

Hello guys

I was certain to get a EVGA but then this thread made me rethink and start considering get the Seasonic. Both units have the same price on NewEgg right now. Is that a persistent issue ?

Which one would you choose?

Im using a single 1080TI + 2700x + x470 mobo with a single SSD and NZXT HUE+

Here you can find the technical specs from both.

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