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    Default Power supply Calculator Help!!

    I recently calculated my powersupply wattage needs before i buy a new PSU. When i first used the Extreme/Thermlatake Psu calculator, it gave me a minimum requirement of 219W, but when i used the Asus PSu calculator , it gave me a minimum of 400W!
    whick one should i believe??

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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

    may I know the config?

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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

    I think Extreme and Tt Calculator gave the total power consumed by your system, and the Asus calculator gave the wattage of the PSU you would need for your system.

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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    I think Extreme and Tt Calculator gave the total power consumed by your system, and the Asus calculator gave the wattage of the PSU you would need for your system.
    Yeah, agreed.
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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

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    ---------- Post added at 09:14 ---------- Previous post was at 09:09 ----------


    @ B14Z3
    i used the newegg PSu calculator, and it gave a requirement of 326W. But is this the peak Wattage of the psu or the continious power output??
    Last edited by Sharier; June 6th, 2011 at 14:20.

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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sharier View Post


    @ B14Z3
    i used the newegg PSu calculator, and it gave a requirement of 326W. But is this the peak Wattage of the psu or the continious power output??
    Not quite sure about that, sorry.

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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

    Probably peak usage.

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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

    what will be a good 400W psu for my current system and if i upgrade my GPU in the future? any alternative to delta 500W?

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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sharier View Post
    what will be a good 400W psu for my current system and if i upgrade my GPU in the future? any alternative to delta 500W?
    I don't think that if you upgrade your GPU in the future, a 400W PSU would be able to feed it. Imho, Delta 500W is the best 500W PSU in the market. You can buy TR2 500W, but I'd still recommend the Delta one.

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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

    @Dee thnx, So delta 500W it is. Can u tell me the current market price of delta 500W?

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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sharier View Post
    @Dee thnx, So delta 500W it is. Can u tell me the current market price of delta 500W?
    I think its around 4.6k-5.5k...not sure...sry

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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

    Delta 500W psu is 5.5K

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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

    Is Fortex a good brand? Will their 500W psu be good? actually i dont think i can't buy the delta 500 with 5.5k right now, So wat other gud 500W psu will be available ~4k.
    thnks.

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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sharier View Post
    Is Fortex a good brand? Will their 500W psu be good? actually i dont think i can't buy the delta 500 with 5.5k right now, So wat other gud 500W psu will be available ~4k.
    thnks.
    Fortex won't be good, get a TR2 500W, it costs ~4.5K. But Delta would have been better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharier View Post
    Is Fortex a good brand? Will their 500W psu be good? actually i dont think i can't buy the delta 500 with 5.5k right now, So wat other gud 500W psu will be available ~4k.
    thnks.
    If you can't afford Thermaltek or Delta, go for value top, or any brand other than Fortex, there've been numerous incidents where a graphics card that required two 6 pin connectors was being used with a Fortex PSU and the PSU went b00m!

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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

    @ -r_o_m_u_l_u_s-ll tknx bro for the great advice.Nd is there chance of the new versions of thermaltake TR2 500W psu to come?

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    @ -r_o_m_u_l_u_s-ll tknx bro for the great advice.Nd is there chance of the new versions of thermaltake TR2 500W psu to come?
    If you don't wanna spend more bucks on a power supply in the future, buy a Thermaltek TR2 550W Which has two 6 pin pci express graphics card connector, and if you're really really really short on budget and if future upgradability is not a concern then go for 500W Thermaltek, but keep in mind, it has only one (1) 6 pin connector, sure there will be a lotta wise guys around who'll recommend "the manufacturers provide a molex to 6 pin connector, it's perfectly safe to use it" but don't blame me if you brick your precious card with crappy converters, a molex connector or two can not provide 75W power required by a card that can be supplied by a single 6 pin, if you've bought a XFX card recently, you'll see that it's stated in the quick installation guide of the card "XFX Do not recommend the usage of these connectors" and a crossed out image of molex to 6 pin connector above the text.
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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

    what is the current price of thermaltake TR2 550W ?

    ---------- Post added at 22:17 ---------- Previous post was at 20:09 ----------

    @ Dee will the gigabyte Superb 550 W be any good?

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    Default Re: Power supply Calculator Help!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sharier View Post
    what is the current price of thermaltake TR2 550W ?

    ---------- Post added at 22:17 ---------- Previous post was at 20:09 ----------

    @ Dee will the gigabyte Superb 550 W be any good?
    You couldn't mention me, don't use space in between the @ and the username.

    Gigabyte Superb series PSUs are not that good. If you upgrade your graphics card in near future, I'd strongly suggest you to save some money, and get at least Delta 500W. TR2 500W/550W aren't bad either, but Delta 500W is the best 500W power supply unit you can find in BD, imho.

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