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    i know it's a very stupid question but most of the websites do not update their price
    so please someone could tell me the actual price of this psu

    and is this psu available in bd

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmx View Post

    and is this psu available in bd
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    what about corsair cx 500 is it under 5500 tk

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmx View Post
    what about corsair cx 500 is it under 5500 tk
    do not take corsair cx series psu

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    Quote Originally Posted by shanan View Post
    do not take corsair cx series psu
    but why ? i heard all corsiar PSUs are good ,and this one is a budget one
    it's a tier 3 psu and has 80+ bronze certification

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    i think @redwan hasan bro can help. I read a post of him about corsair psu and one of my cousin has trouble with it.

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    Well CX series is good too but don't compare it with toughpower or something similar.

    good thing about CX is it is fairly cheap but u have to take atleast 50W for breathing like if ur system needs 700W u must use a 750W or higher.

    voltage regulation is not that awesome too but its not that bad either. with full SLI load and Overclocked CPU load voltage was down to like 11.8V or something ( momentarily)

    and yes i have a weird problem with my psu's standby rail, the voltage is weird but im running this psu in continuous sli load and so far not a single problem on the main rails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    Well CX series is good too but don't compare it with toughpower or something similar.

    good thing about CX is it is fairly cheap but u have to take atleast 50W for breathing like if ur system needs 700W u must use a 750W or higher.

    voltage regulation is not that awesome too but its not that bad either. with full SLI load and Overclocked CPU load voltage was down to like 11.8V or something ( momentarily)

    and yes i have a weird problem with my psu's standby rail, the voltage is weird but im running this psu in continuous sli load and so far not a single problem on the main rails.

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    testing of the 5V standby rail

    http://redwanhasan.blogspot.com/
    thanks

    i dont think it'll be a problem cause i have (i mean ill buy)r9 270 which is 150 watts and intel core i5 4460 which is 84 watts that's mean total less than 300 watts and i am going to buy 500 watts
    but is this psu really under 5500 tk

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmx View Post
    thanks

    i dont think it'll be a problem cause i have (i mean ill buy)r9 270 which is 150 watts and intel core i5 4460 which is 84 watts that's mean total less than 300 watts and i am going to buy 500 watts
    but is this psu really under 5500 tk
    for 270 a CX500 should be enough. not sure abt the price though

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    Quote Originally Posted by redwan hasan View Post
    for 270 a CX500 should be enough. not sure abt the price though
    thanks you are a genius .well i really think that cx 500 is good
    all though some say corsair vs 450 is enough to run r9 270.if corsair vs 450 will be enough that why not corsiar cx 500.it's beter than vs 550

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    Quote Originally Posted by xmx View Post
    thanks you are a genius .well i really think that cx 500 is good
    all though some say corsair vs 450 is enough to run r9 270.if corsair vs 450 will be enough that why not corsiar cx 500.it's beter than vs 550
    people are skeptic about the CX series because it uses 85 degree capacitor and doesn't have that great voltage regulation but for the price its a pretty good power supply unit.
    but dont worry much about it. just buy the CX500 and be happy!

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