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    Hello, plz suggest me a good branded PSU within 5-7k at max.
    I wont be doing overclocking or anything, but i want something that wud last a long time and things wud run absolutely 'effortless'.
    Should be Minimum 400w-450w above.

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    Default Re: Good PSU

    i need to know too budget is 7K

    it will run 5850, maybe sometimes heavily overclocked.
    Last edited by aladdin; November 30th, 2010 at 01:09.

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    Default Re: Good PSU

    Thermaltake 550W Light Power 7.2K
    Gigabyte 550W 4.5K

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    Thanks which is better? gigabyte or thermal take? (from experience?).... any idea on how to judge their 'genuineness" from the shops?
    (both 550w but price diff is a lot !!).

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    Default Re: Good PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo89 View Post
    Thanks which is better? gigabyte or thermal take? (from experience?).... any idea on how to judge their 'genuineness" from the shops?
    (both 550w but price diff is a lot !!).
    Thermaltake is better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Thermaltake is better.
    Delta 500 watt is even better.Because it provides total 52 amp 12V rail (Click here ) where Thermaltake 550W Light Power will provide only 29 amp (Click here ) in 12V rail.Also Delta 500 will cost less than TT 550 watt.Delta 500 watt will cost only 5.8k & it can be found in Binary Logic shop whom are the importer of Delta psus.And gigabyte is worst among this three (Check out this page - Click here .)

    P.S - +12v e max combined watt or ampere tai main.

    So buy Delta 500 watt without any hesitation .
    Last edited by Arif69; November 30th, 2010 at 03:33.

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    Default Re: Good PSU

    if u find take asus or else ckh bondo kore delta500 nao 5.5k diye.....

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    Default Re: Good PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    Delta 500 watt is even better.Because it provides total 52 amp 12V rail (Click here ) where Thermaltake 550W Light Power will provide only 29 amp (Click here ) in 12V rail.Also Delta 500 will cost less than TT 550 watt.Delta 500 watt will cost only 5.8k & it can be found in Binary Logic shop whom are the importer of Delta psus.And gigabyte is worst among this three (Check out this page - Click here .)

    P.S - +12v e max combined watt or ampere tai main.

    So buy Delta 500 watt without any hesitation .
    oh yea, delta er kotha bhulei gesilam... Delta is the best among these 3!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rakin View Post
    if u find take asus or else ckh bondo kore delta500 nao 5.5k diye.....
    Yes you can slos go for Asus 500 watt.By the way I want to add one thing that - certain Asus psus are oem'ed by Delta - (Click here & check 3e in that page).So Delta's psus are really good & Asus 500 watt also .
    Last edited by Arif69; November 30th, 2010 at 04:15.

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    Default Re: Good PSU

    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    Delta 500 watt is even better.Because it provides total 52 amp 12V rail (Click here ) where Thermaltake 550W Light Power will provide only 29 amp (Click here ) in 12V rail.Also Delta 500 will cost less than TT 550 watt.Delta 500 watt will cost only 5.8k & it can be found in Binary Logic shop whom are the importer of Delta psus.And gigabyte is worst among this three (Check out this page - Click here .)

    P.S - +12v e max combined watt or ampere tai main.

    So buy Delta 500 watt without any hesitation .
    Just a small correction, the Delta 500W provides a maximum current of 360/12=30A.
    You'll notice that the max combined power under 12V rails is 360W. This is the value you should use when you're calculating power. The individual Ampere ratings are just the maximum values the rails can carry. If the 12V rails could supply 52A, the power from the 12V rails alone would be 12*52=624W

    Having said all that, the Delta 500W is a great buy. Buy one if you find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orodruinbd View Post
    Just a small correction, the Delta 500W provides a maximum current of 360/12=30A.
    You'll notice that the max combined power under 12V rails is 360W. This is the value you should use when you're calculating power. The individual Ampere ratings are just the maximum values the rails can carry. If the 12V rails could supply 52A, the power from the 12V rails alone would be 12*52=624W

    Having said all that, the Delta 500W is a great buy. Buy one if you find it.
    I haven't said any were to multiply 52 amp with 12V rail .And the link I have given it shows 12V rails will provide 360 watt.So no doubt in there atleast .
    Last edited by Arif69; November 30th, 2010 at 04:26.

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    both of u guyz get rep frm me......delta even makes sum antec psu s....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arif69 View Post
    Delta 500 watt is even better.Because it provides total 52 amp 12V rail (Click here ) where Thermaltake 550W Light Power will provide only 29 amp (Click here ) in 12V rail.Also Delta 500 will cost less than TT 550 watt.Delta 500 watt will cost only 5.8k & it can be found in Binary Logic shop whom are the importer of Delta psus.And gigabyte is worst among this three (Check out this page - Click here .)

    P.S - +12v e max combined watt or ampere tai main.

    So buy Delta 500 watt without any hesitation .

    thanks for the replies every one. But how do i calculate the "actual" power of a PSU? sorry im very noob at this and didnt quite get it.

    So u just have to look into the AMP reading from the sticker and multiply it by 12? to get the actual wattage?.

    And for buying Delta 500w, is there any model or particular name to it.?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo89 View Post
    thanks for the replies every one. But how do i calculate the "actual" power of a PSU? sorry im very noob at this and didnt quite get it.

    So u just have to look into the AMP reading from the sticker and multiply it by 12? to get the actual wattage?.
    There is also some other factors beside AMP in calculating the actual power of psu.To know more check out this link .

    Quote Originally Posted by shuvo89 View Post
    And for buying Delta 500w,is there any model or particular name to it.?
    Thanks
    Delta GPS 500AB A.
    Last edited by Arif69; November 30th, 2010 at 17:46.

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    ok i was short on budget got a gigabyte 550W (550P Superb , from the link u posted @ Arif60, lol sorry) from Onix, most of the shops i visited Delta bollei chinei na . r boley its not a brand n all, even sum dudes from hi fi "UCC" said that.
    Also checked in Smart,Ryans etc.

    Anyway, the 550w i got actual power is 450w, i think its good right?.> ( also chekd the other thread in guide of buying PSU, so this has 3 12v rails).

    Gig 550p In smart it costs arnd 6k, From Onix its arnd 4.3k, in other shops its between 4.5-5K

    In binary logic Delta was also 6k. This is the only shop i found delta !!!

    Thank you all for the help!.
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    Default Re: Good PSU

    Gigabyte Superbs are the worst! :S Check out some reviews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Gigabyte Superbs are the worst! :S Check out some reviews.
    yea,gig superb 460w can't even give continuous >400w power...dunno abt other modelz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    Gigabyte Superbs are the worst! :S Check out some reviews.
    frankly speaking i only found just one review in hardware secrets when i came back home, that was posted above.

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